Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland held a COVID-19 briefing for city residents. He touched on several topics, including exploring a shelter in place order, keeping CHOW buses running and an expected surge in cases.
Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland held a media briefing Wednesday (4-1-20), which was carried LIVE on WGNS. If you missed it, we have the audio on-demand.
Founder/Executive Director Daryl Mackin will be dropping off pots of stew on the doorstep of local Middle...
Governor Lee says Tennessee is planning for a surge of COVID-19 cases in the coming weeks. He also addresses questions about his "safer at home" directive.
The latest COVID-19 numbers released by the Tennessee Department of Health Wednesday also revealed Rutherford County's first death.
Wednesday, 4-1-20 Update: The Tennessee Department of Health has updated the positive cases for coronavirus to 2,683 across Tennessee. There are 86 cases reported in Rutherford County and one death. IMPORTANT: These numbers are updated daily but it takes approximately a week to get test results.
MTSU President Dr. Sidney McPhee has canceled spring graduation ceremonies amid the COVID-19 crisis. He also said a second student has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Governor Bill Lee told the state that nearly 30,000 COVID-19 tests have been conducted...
The annual CMA fest held in Nashville has been cancelled for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron announced Tuesday that La Vergne Fire Rescue Chief Chris Clark has accepted the position of Public Safety Director for Rutherford County.
Clark has accepted the position of Public Safety Director for Rutherford County. His last day at La Vergne will be April 8, 2020. Chief Clark has been with the Fire Department since 2014 and accepted the position of Fire Chief in January 2019 after the death of Fire Chief Ricky McCormick.
Some of the items to be discussed will include the authorization of employee pay, the policy dealing with the ability to close schools during emergencies and granting paid leave for staff, teachers and other employees during emergency situations...
Mental Health of Citizens during COVID-19 is being pushed as what has been referred to as lockdown continues for residents, students and businesses. Many will start to feel the pinch and the stress as the next two weeks will hit harder than the past weeks.
Stores in places like Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Manchester, Nashville will tell workers to stay home or seek medical care if they have a fever of a least 100 or higher.
The Doug Young Educator of the Month from NewsRadio WGNS spotlights Siegel High Librarian & Media Specialist Debbie Butler. It's sponsored by City Tile and Floor Covering on Spring Street, L&K Trophies and Toot's Good Food and Fun.
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