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Williamson County saw 28 new cases of COVID-19 come in on Tuesday's tally from the state. The number now stands at 4,879 overall, with 392 of those cases active. 4,452 people in the county have either recovered or had their cases declared inactive, while 35 have died.59,201 negative tests ha…

U.S. Senate candidates Bill Hagerty, a Republican, and Marquita Bradshaw, a Democrat, are making changes to their campaign operations in the wake of their respective primary victories last month.

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Williamson County's mask mandate will expire at midnight on Saturday night and will not be renewed.The county will instead encourage citizens to wear masks in public.The decision was made by Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, who initially issued the mandate in July. According to a new…

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On Friday Gov. Bill Lee issued three executive orders, which extend the state of emergency in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and allow for continued modifications to a variety of provisions and regulations in business and government functions.

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Williamson County saw about a hundred new cases come in over the weekend. Monday's tally showed an overall count of 4,157 positive COVID-19 cases in the county, up 102 from Friday's count. 1,193 of those cases are active, which means that 2,937 people have recovered. 27 people have died in W…

Vaccinations have doubled the life expectancy of humans in just 100 years, but the sense of security they have afforded modern-day civilizations from deadly diseases has inadvertently molded populations that have forgotten the vital role vaccines play in preventing major health catastrophes.

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A special session of the Tennessee General Assembly concluded Wednesday after three days. During the session, lawmakers passed bills granting coronavirus-related liability protections to businesses, increasing penalties for vandalism and camping on state property related to recent Capitol pr…

This week’s special session of the Tennessee General Assembly kicked into gear Tuesday as majority Republicans advanced bills related to coronavirus litigation liability for businesses, reimbursement for telehealth services and enhanced penalties for protesters on state property.

While the Tennessee House and Senate return to the Capitol for a special session this week to discuss bills related to the pandemic, legislators will also consider a pair of bills that seek to enhance penalties for camping and property damage related to ongoing Black Lives Matter protests.

A laboratory backlog in COVID-19 test processing that has caused statewide delays in results reporting may be deterring people from getting tests, Tennessee Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey said Thursday afternoon. 

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Gov. Bill Lee on Tuesday said the Department of Health is working on a framework to collect data and track cases of COVID-19 in schools across the state after Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey last week said the state would not do so in compliance with personal privacy laws.

Gov. Bill Lee on Monday called the House and Senate back to Nashville for a special session — the second time he has done so in his less than two years in office.

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The economic woes of the COVID-19 pandemic will persist along with the virus in Tennessee despite billions of dollars in federal aid, according to a new report by the Sycamore Institute analyzing the distribution of relief funds in the Volunteer State.

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Williamson County overall positive COVID-19 cases are still rising and have crossed the 2,000 threshold, with 129 new reported cases coming through Wednesday from the Tennessee Department of Health.The total tally is now at 2,119 overall in Williamson. Two more people have died in the county…

Williamson County cases continue to spike as July rolls on, with 95 new positive cases being recorded as of Wednesday by the state. 

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Earlier this month, the management of a Marriott hotel in Orlando made a decision that wouldn’t come as a surprise to many. With COVID-19 cases in Florida and around the country rising again, the hotel decided against hosting the EntreLeadership Summit, or at least declined to do so on terms…

In Williamson County, overall positive cases stood at 1,420, up 80 from Monday's tally of 1,340. 15 people have died, and 20,571 negative tests have been conducted thus far, per the state

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Williamson County cases jumped into the 900s Friday to 912 overall per the state, 38 up from Thursday's tally (874). Since the daily tallies on Wednesday, the county has seen 102 new reported cases of the virus. 

14 county residents have died from the virus, and 15,603 negative tests have been conducted thus far. 

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Beginning on Monday, June 29, The Williamson County Health Department's drive-through COVID-19 testing and mask distribution site at the Williamson County Agricultural Center will change their testing times to 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

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Williamson County saw its 14th death from the virus reported Tuesday, per the state, with overall cases reported at 813. 14,672 negative tests have been conducted thus far. 

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As the Tennessee General Assembly concluded its legislative business for the year early on the morning of June 19, members' attention turned not to their re-election campaigns or summer holidays but to how quickly they could return to the Capitol.

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Williamson County is at 767 cases overall, with 12 deaths and 13,657 negative tests conducted, per the state. 

The House and Senate are briskly advancing a bill that would protect businesses, schools and other institutions from coronavirus-related litigation.

Though most Tennesseans approve of government leaders’ response to COVID-19, one’s political party can in part predict whether a Tennessean is fearful of the disease.

A Nashville judge has ruled that the state must provide all registered voters the option to vote by mail amid the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the state’s decision not to offer absentee ballots to those fearful of being exposed to the virus posed an unreasonable burden on the fundamental right …

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Williamson County stands at 552 overall cases, per the state. There have been 10 deaths and 9,387 negative tests conducted thus far. 

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The team leading Gov. Bill Lee’s economic recovery strategy has announced it will lift capacity restrictions on restaurants and retail stores and allow large recreation facilities to reopen in 89 of Tennessee’s 95 counties, including Williamson, effective May 22.Metro Nashville, alongside Sh…