On Feb. 19, 13 rafters set out on a 25-day trip on the Colorado River, cutting through the Grand Canyon with no connection to the outside world, a world that was about to change forever.
Lack of action from Tennessee’s state government is preventing local therapists from providing online care at a time when their clients need it more than ever.
On Friday during a coronavirus press briefing, President Donald Trump told reporters that he had moved to invoke the Defense Production Act in order to force General Motors (GM) to manufacture ventilators.
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.
The National Weather Service Nashville has issues a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Williamson County and much of Middle Tennessee for Saturday evening and night and into Sunday morning.
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.
On Wednesday, the United States Senate passed the single largest economic stimulus bill in American history: the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act.
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.
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.
The number of coronavirus cases in Tennessee continues to climb, with the state Health Department reporting 784 cases as of Wednesday.
The Nolensville Police Department arrested Nolensville resident Lewis Brant Horne on Monday, March 23, after Horne allegedly tried to run someone off the road in a February road rage incident.
Therapists in Tennessee have switched en masse to online meetings over the last few weeks to protect clients and employees from the new coronavirus, but regulatory confusion is making that harder.
A total of 30 Democratic state representatives and senators have called on Gov. Bill Lee to issue a “safer at home” order, where Tennesseans would be required to stay at home for a set period of time, and all businesses deemed nonessential would be required to close statewide.
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.
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.
If you have sewing skills and you've been wondering how you can help the doctors and nurses and medical workers in your community, here's your chance.
The Franklin Lions Club typically holds a blood drive through the American Red Cross six times a year, but with the shortage of blood donations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, that frequency may increase.
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?
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.
Middle Tennessee mayors and thousands of regional medical professionals have publicly urged Gov. Bill Lee to issue a state-wide shelter in place or “stay at home” directive to combat the growing cases of COVID-19 across the region and the state.
The order prohibits social gatherings of more than 10 people and prohibits nonessential visitations to nursing homes and retirement communities.
Blood Assurance, the sole provider of blood products for Williamson Medical Center, is hosting a mobile blood drive Monday and Tuesday from noon to 5 p.m. in the parking lot of the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, located at 3000 Edward Curd Lane in Franklin.
Nolensville has declared a State of Emergency due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, one day after nearby Brentwood and Franklin declared states of emergency.The declaration gives Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander the power to "conduct the activities of the Town and to make all necessary deci…
The Tennessee General Assembly adjourned late Thursday night after passing an emergency annual budget totaling of about $39.8 billion, and won’t reconvene until June 1 in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations of social distancing as to prevent the s…
The Nashville Metro Public Health Department reported the first known death of a Nashville resident from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.