Fourteen food establishments in Nashville have been cited for violating orders related to reopening during the coronavirus pandemic, including four in downtown’s tourist district.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect new information from Nashville authorities. In a matter of three hours, Nashville authorities issued but then withdrew criminal charges against two prominent Nashville activists on Thursday afternoon. Police and the city’s top prosecutor, District Attorney Glenn Funk, say they’re acting on “additional information from last Saturday, […]
This means the fight over school vouchers will proceed in the Court of Appeals, and the state will be unable to process voucher applications or make any awards for the time being.
More than 350 layoffs at Nashville hotels have been announced so far this week, adding to a long list of cuts for the now-struggling tourism industry.
The number of Tennesseans who are receiving unemployment from the state has ballooned over the past two months, up to nearly 320,000 people. But there are still tens of thousands more who are waiting for the state to give them an answer.
State tax revenues are being hit hard by the coronavirus, but the worst could be yet to come.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is set to reopen this weekend, becoming one of the biggest federal attractions to return amid the national lockdown.
After weeks of waiting, people who are self-employed are beginning to receive unemployment benefits. But for many applicants, these deposits are still not the full amount they’re owed.
More than 300,000 people have filed for unemployment in Tennessee since mid-March — including tens of thousands of people who are self-employed.
As tens of thousands of Tennesseans file for unemployment — many for the first time ever — the process can be fraught, complex and downright confusing. We’ll do our best to answer as many questions as we can, with help from experts.