Tennessee has confirmed 4,362 COVID-19 cases in 87 of the state's 95 counties, up 224 cases from the number on Tuesday. Of the cases, 449 people are hospitalized and 79 have died, up 41 and seven in the past 24 hours, respectively.
Williamson Home Page’s first Home Page + Friends Happy Hour tomorrow night will focus on music and the next, this Friday at 6 p.m., will be all about the cocktails.
Public health officials in cities around the country have identified a disturbing trend: Black COVID-19 patients are being hospitalized and dying at a rate disproportionate to their share of the population.
The Tennessee State Public Laboratory has received its first shipment of new test kits from Abbott Labs, with the kits able to detect COVID-19 in five minutes, Department of Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey announced on Tuesday afternoon.
Tennessee has confirmed 4,138 COVID-19 cases in 87 of the state's 95 counties, up 336 cases from Monday and the largest single-day increase in almost a week. Of the cases, 408 people are hospitalized and 72 have died, up 56 and seven in the past 24 hours, respectively.
The Well Outreach food pantry has seen varying levels of demand over its almost 15 years of service to the Spring Hill community, but ever since the coronavirus pandemic swept across the country last month, that demand has surged to record levels.
Following an outpouring of community support, Williamson Medical Center and the Bone and Joint Institute are extending dates for the Blood Assurance Mobile Blood Drive hosted on campus.
As we continue to find ways to connect and have fun during this time of social distancing and staying at home amid COVID-19, Williamson Home Page is excited to provide one more way to bring people together.
Gov. Bill Lee’s administration is warning hospitals against the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, the drugs used to treat malaria that are now at the center of the national conversation on how to treat patients with symptoms of COVID-19.
A production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream that was held a couple of summers ago at the Centennial Park band shell in Nashville can now be enjoyed from the comfort of home as the Nashville Shakespeare Festival presents a Facebook Live version Thursday at 7 p.m.
The Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) held its first-ever virtual city meeting Monday, where talks eventually landed on authorizing emergency expenditures for the containment of the COVID-19 virus.
The Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands is offering continued legal support and resources for those impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 3,802 COVID-19 cases in 87 of the state's 95 counties, up 566 cases from Friday. Of the cases, 352 people are hospitalized and 65 have died, up 24 and 21 in the past 24 hours, respectively.
Williamson County is set to receive more than $6.6 million after Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced on Monday that $200 million in grants would be distributed across the state.
Despite the restrictions in place by state and local governments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Franklin Tomorrow Executive Director Mindy Tate said FrankTalks will still be talking when its next event is scheduled for Monday, April 13.
The Williamson County Government has altered some government operational hours to assist the state’s Stay at Home Order.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reshape every day life, the city of Spring Hill has moved to holding its city meetings virtually as to help stop the spread of the virus. While ordinarily residents who wished to make a public comment to city leaders would be required to attend city meet…
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced several lane closures and construction projects throughout the county that will impact travel times.
GraceWorks will extend its modified structure of a drive-thru food distribution and over-the-phone rent and utility assistance services until at least April 14.
The Brentwood Police Department reported an armed robbery and several motor vehicle thefts in their weekly crime analysis, although the department said that they have had less crime in general, no doubt in part to the movement of many people self-isolating in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After experiencing a 35% decrease in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Maury Regional Health has announced it will be furloughing 340 employees beginning next week.
Earlier today, Gov. Bill Lee issued an executive order that will expand access to online mental health care during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Tennessee Department of Health has now confirmed 3,067 COVID-19 cases in 85 of the state's counties, up 222 cases from Thursday. Of the cases, 293 people are hospitalized and 37 have died, a day-to-day increase of 20 and five, respectively. The state reports 248 individuals have recovered.
Law enforcement agencies across the county and the state are now tasked with enforcing the state-wide Stay-at-Home Order issued by Gov. Lee on Thursday in response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
During a virtual COVID-19 town hall hosted by Rep. Mark Green Friday morning, Franklin Alderman Beverly Burger voiced concerns of “liberals” using the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as an “excuse to push for more socialized medicine,” asking the congressman what his plans were to push back on …