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AMC announces plans to reopen theaters globally by July

The company plans to fully reopen globally in time for the release of Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" on July 17 and Disney's "Mulan" on July 24.

Kenect Nashville to open to residents in early July

Kenect Nashville, which also doubles as a coworking space, offers studio, one- and three-bedroom units.

Nashville to remain in Phase 2 of reopening; officials cite uptick in COVID-19 cases

As part of Phase 2, which began May 25, restaurants and retail stores are permitted to operate at 75% capacity.

Tennessee coronavirus cases increase by 471 in 24 hours

More than 535,000 tests for COVID-19 have been conducted statewide.

Tenn. election officials prepare for increase in absentee voting in Aug. 6 election

Officials are preparing for a possible influx of voters to cast absentee ballots to avoid going to the polls for the Aug. 6 state and county elections.

Beau & Burch now open inside The Mall at Green Hills

The new clothing boutique is located on the lower level of the mall near Sephora.

Cases of coronavirus in Tennessee rise by 294 in 24 hours

More than 528,000 tests for COVID-19 have been conducted statewide.

Little Gourmand to open second Nashville location in Berry Hill on June 16

The new location will offer French pastries, savory menu options and coffee.

Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by 631 in 24 hours

State health officials have reported an additional 14 deaths in the past 24 hours.

Metro Nashville Public Schools planning three scenarios for fall 2020

The district will release additional details for reopening schools on July 6, according to Director of Schools Adrienne Battle.

Metro Nashville Public Schools mourns death of board chair Anna Shepherd

At the time of her death, Shepherd was serving her second term as school board chair.

State fair canceled, officers to wear body cameras and more: News from Nashville

Read the latest Community Impact Newspaper coverage from the Nashville area.

Tennessee State Fair cancels 2020 event in Nashville due to COVID-19

Although the Tennessee State Fair is canceled, fair organizers are working on plans to possibly host contests, exhibits, virtual events and other activities Sept. 11-20.

Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rise by 563 in 24 hours

The Tennessee Department of Health has conducted over 500,000 COVID-19 tests to date.

Officials working to provide laptops, internet to all students in Metro Nashville Public Schools

Mayor John Cooper is calling on Metro Council to approve $24 million in funding to ensure all students have access to the internet and to remote learning.

Metro Nashville to begin full deployment of body cameras worn by police officers

The Metro Nashville Police Department will begin rolling out body-worn cameras to officers in July.

310 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Tennessee in past 24 hours

The state has conducted nearly 500,000 tests for COVID-19.

Area protests, budget amendments and three other Nashville-area stories from this week

Here are five recent updates from Metro Nashville on area protests, library services and more.

Coronavirus cases in Tennessee up 400 in 24 hours

Cumulative case numbers rose to more than 25,500 over the past 24 hours.

2020 Home Improvement Guide: Tips from a home organizer

If you're hoping to finish that spring cleaning to-do list before summer begins, here are some tips to get started.

Twisted Foods opens Nashville location in Hillsboro Village

Twisted Foods opened earlier this week in Hillsboro Village.

See photos from the June 4 Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Nashville

Thousands have gathered in downtown Nashville in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement.