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.
So far as many already know, Cannon County has (3) confirmed cases of COVID-19 out of 50 who have tested for it (47 tested negative as of 3/31/2020). Statewide reports of at least 2,2389 cases and 23 deaths, 121 people have recovered and 175 are currently hospitalized - as of March 31, 2020.
Annie Lindsey is a Middle Tennessee native who has cared for the people OF Murfreesboro as an RN for more than 4 years. She is with Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford Lindsey and her colleagues are working tirelessly to protect our community.
Middle Tennessee State University's Board of Trustees, which met Tuesday by teleconference due to COVID-19 virus concerns, approved two new undergraduate degree programs for the coming academic year.
An individual who applies for unemployment benefits in Tennessee must do weekly certifications in order to receive benefits.
Due to COVID-19, Census officials report, "We're adapting or delaying some of our operations to protect the health and safety of our staff and the public and make sure we get the same population counted another way."
Normally a tradition among many of the churches serving Murfreesboro's historic district, WGNS has learned that the noon Holy Week Services (April 6-10, 2020) have been cancelled due to COVID-19.
With inaccurate numbers from places like China, it is hard to build an accurate model in countries like America on what to expect with SARS-CoV-2.
Murfreesboro--"The number one child abuse reporters in this nation are our dedicated teachers, guidance counselors...
Rutherford County Offices are closed to the general public:
As WGNS continues to follow the COVID-19 pandemic, city officials remind residents to call a doctor if you start to have symptoms...
As a result of people hunkering down at home and abiding by the social distancing policy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Comcast is seeing some interesting trends developing around their internet, video and phone services.
"Painful as it is, Governor Lee is right. Everything I've learned as chairman of the United States Senate health committee persuades me to support his decision. Staying at home is an essential step..."
Dogs are not giving people COVID-19... Thanks to social media, a large number of people feared that dogs were part of the problem and were actually spreading the virus to humans.
A Change in Manufacturing for Tennessee with COVID-19 Pandemic: Governor Bill Lee told the media that Tennessee is seeking help from the manufacturing community to battle COVID-19 illness.
With the start of a new week yesterday (Monday), new suggestions came from the governor's office.
As Murfreesboro City Schools continue to be out because of the COVID-19 virus, students may get behind. Lisa Trail with Murfreesboro Schools told WGNS Spring is the time that teachers re-focus on previous lessons...
Mai Ferrell, licensed clinical social worker with TrustPoint Hospital in Murfreesboro, said that social distancing is not the same as social isolation.
MURFREESBORO: "Children are watching how we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and it is important that we remain calm and reassure children they are safe."
As part of its response to COVID-19, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System (TVHS) has restricted incoming traffic to one entrance at its Nashville and Alvin C. York campuses.
Discarded charcoal ashes placed in a plastic trash can is believed to have started a garage fire that also damaged two homes...
The Tennessee gas price average continues to decline and has dropped nearly 13 cents since this time last week. The Tennessee Gas Price average is now $1.77 which is 45 cents less than one month ago and nearly 71 cents less than one year ago.
As communities take action to slow the spread of COVID-19, one thing 10 million people across seven states don't have to worry about is having clean, reliable low-cost electricity from the nation's largest public power provider - the Tennessee Valley Authority.
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