Williamson Medical Center plans to temporarily furlough 200 employees as the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant financial impact on the hospital.
Olivia Arokiasamy expected to spend the morning of her wedding day in a bridal suite in Brentwood, drinking champagne and preparing for the day with her closest friends.
The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 2,239 COVID-19 cases across 80 counties, up 405 cases from the number of the day before, the largest day-to-day increase the state has reported. Of them, 178 are confirmed to be hospitalized and 23 people have died — 10 more deaths than the da…
While his focus remains on a couple of projects spearheaded through the Williamson County Homeless Alliance, Franklin Community Church Pastor Kevin Riggs is currently involved in making sure people who are homeless are seeing their needs met during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Monday, the city of Spring Hill announced the launch of six free WiFi hotspots spread across the city, accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Macmillan Publishers has reversed their 2019 decision to impose an 8-week embargo on newly released ebooks in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that has shut down libraries, schools and businesses across the country and has brought distance-learning to the forefront of education.
Gov. Bill Lee on Monday ordered nonessential businesses closed across the state, the latest in a series of incremental steps designed to stem the spread of COVID-19.
The American Red Cross strongly urges healthy, eligible individuals who are feeling well to give blood or platelets to help maintain a sufficient blood supply and prevent shortages as concerns about COVID-19's rise in the U.S.
Community non-profit blood center, Blood Assurance, will be seeing donors by appointment only starting April 3. Due to COVID-19, the CDC has recommended that people practice social distancing and Blood Assurance is taking this step to ensure that donor centers and drives stay uncrowded and a…
Candidates running for seats in the August state primary and county general election have until noon Thursday, April 2, to qualify at the Williamson County Election Commission office, where they will need to appear in person and follow social distancing guidelines in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Therapists in Middle Tennessee are asking Gov. Bill to temporarily change a law prohibiting some some counselors from using video to provide therapy.
The current quarantine and self-isolation due to COVID-19 is impacting more than just our ability to socialize, shop and travel.
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.
As cases of the coronavirus continue to increase across the country, with the United States now leading the world in the number of positive cases, millions of Americans have stopped attending large gatherings altogether.
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.
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.
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