The Davidson County jail has confirmed its first case of an inmate with COVID-19, the sheriff’s office said in a statement. The individual is now in quarantine and his symptoms are described as “mild.”
Four locations of two competing crafts stores and a vape shop are among those businesses closed after violating the Safer At Home order, city officials said Monday.
Gov. Bill Lee is earmarking $10 million in grants for small and rural hospitals, his office announced Monday.
Nashville now has 1,034 confirmed cases of COVID-19, an increase of 110 in the past day, officials said at a daily briefing Monday. And there have been 6 deaths linked to the virus.
This season on The Promise, we take on one of the most divisive topics in America: public education. We spend the year at Warner Elementary, a struggling school in East Nashville. Warner’s students are almost all black and almost all poor, despite the fact that the neighborhood is far from it. The school’s test scores are in the doldrums, its enrollment is dropping. But it’s about to embark on one of the most ambitious turnaround efforts in district history. Will it succeed?