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With to-go service from restaurants the only way to eat out across the county and grocery stores experiencing some empty shelves due to the COVID-19 pandemic, questions about how to keep food that you bring into your home safe are front and center.

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Amidst a surge of layoffs spurred on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Tennessee Department of Labor (TDL) announced Thursday morning that it had seen a roughly 1,347 percent increase in unemployment claims across the state, using data from last week when compared to the week prior. 

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Late Wednesday night, the United States Senate passed the CARES Act, a historic $2 trillion stimulus package designed to help save the currently struggling economy, which has seen millions of Americans laid off from their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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With the official state count of confirmed COVID-19 cases rising to 784 on Wednesday, Gov. Bill Lee said he is asking federal authorities for flexibility in spending state Medicaid dollars on uninsured Tennesseans battling the disease.

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UPDATE (Noon, March 26): The Brentwood Police Department reported that a motor vehicle crashed killed 62-year-old Kelly Duggan of Brentwood while she was riding a bicycle on the bike path near Crockett Road on Wednesday evening. 

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The Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday afternoon reported there are 784 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across 52 counties. The statewide death toll has risen to three. 

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The number of new confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Tennessee has fallen again despite experts' assertions that neither the state nor the country has seen the peak of the pandemic. 

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Get hungry and support local restaurants in Williamson County. We know you are tired of your own cooking and want to share the love to Williamson County restaurants and local businesses, yes?

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Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers are working on an antibody-based COVID-19 treatment that could neutralize the illness' effects and spread. 

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All of us at the Williamson Home Page want to extend to you hopes of health and safety in these uncertain times. Just as you are thinking about what this means for your family and life, we are too.