Pfizer’s COVID vaccine is officially kid-friendly. That means, Nashville parents can begin taking their children ages 12 and up to get the shot as soon as Thursday.
Nashville health workers will now be available to vaccinate the city’s homebound residents from the comfort of their couches.
Since pharmacies and grocery stores across the city began to offer vaccines, demand at the convention center has plummeted.
Last week, Gov. Bill Lee removed the authority of most of Tennessee’s county mayors to impose mask mandates in their local communities. But what does that mean for schools?
A prominent death softened many Kurds’ resistance to the idea of vaccination, but new questions have arisen.
Nashville is used to being a music industry leader, but when it comes to reinvigorating a live music scene hit hard by the pandemic, there’s no strategic plan in place. That’s forcing venues and musicians to make tough decisions.
Some Nashville residents and business owners are still financially spiraling because of the COVID-19 pandemic. WPLN News checked in to see how much and where the city spent past CARES Act money and the impact it has had on its recipients.
In Nashville at least 68 residents have been evicted since January. That’s despite the CDC’s federal eviction moratorium and a local housing court working to keep people in their homes.
It’s been a hard last year for teenagers to navigate, between the pandemic, virtual school and the racial justice protests that gripped the country. In the new record, ‘Sing Through The Quarantine’, Nashville teens tackle those topics and more with the help of the mentorship song-writing program called Girls Write Nashville.
It was a hard year for the city of Nashville — from the tornado and the pandemic, to a summer of protests against police brutality and the downtown bombing. More than 150 local artists are looking back for the Frist’s new virtual exhibition, N2020: Community Reflections.