A Clarksville resident who witnessed the takeover of the U.S. Capitol didn’t get what she bargained for when she decided to attend Wednesday’s rally.
This is a summary of a press conference held by Gov. Bill Lee on Oct. 28. Officials discussed the increasing hospitalization rate in Tennessee as well as unemployment.
Montgomery County had a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, which grew considerably in the last 14-day period in comparison to the previous 14 days.
This is a summary of a virtual press conference that Gov. Bill Lee and Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey held Wednesday. Lee tested negative for COVID-19 after a member of his security team tested for the virus, but the governor and First Lady Maria Lee are quarantining as a precaution.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center officials announced plans Wednesday to acquire minority ownership in Tennova Healthcare-Clarksville hospital and buy Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville and Tennova Healthcare-Harton hospitals from subsidiaries of Community Health Systems.
Tennessee will hold school districts harmless when it comes to enrollment numbers for purposes of BEP funding, and people receiving unemployment benefits soon will have to show they are searching for jobs, Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday.
This is a summary of a COVID-19 press conference Gov. Bill Lee held on Aug. 25, including discussion on Rutherford County parents being told not to watch their children’s online learning.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s COVID-19 press conference from Aug. 18. Topics included the reopening of UTK and the pending football season, unemployment benefits, the reporting of virus cases at schools vs. privacy, and protesters.
Gov. Bill Lee told community newspaper reporters Wednesday that the state continues to send protective equipment to teachers as schools prepare to reopen.
Clarksville police upgraded charges for a local teen after he turned 18 years old in the May killing of his biological grandmother.
Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday he will issue Executive Order No. 55 to allow for contact sports to resume in schools, if they follow the requirements of TSSAA.
Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett issued emergency executive order No. 11 that will require all Clarksville and Montgomery County residents and visitors wear face coverings in public to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Bill Lee on Monday said he wants to see high school football and girls’ soccer take place this fall, and he believes decisions on students wearing masks should be decided on the local level.
The Austin Peay State University board of trustees announced the appointment of Dannelle Whiteside as interim president, effective Aug. 10, in a called meeting Monday morning.
Gov. Bill Lee and his health commissioner on Wednesday said they are working to enable local governments to mandate mask use and they both spoke against people who “pack” into bars and graduations and people who don’t wear masks, and hinted the state will continue enacting measures until there is a vaccine.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee on Monday signed Executive Order No. 50 to extend the State of Emergency related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to Aug. 29. The order allows the continued suspension of various laws and regulations and other measures in these orders to facilitate the treatment and containment of COVID-19 through regulatory flexibility, promoting social distancing and avoidance of large gatherings, and protecting vulnerable populations.
This is a summary of a press conference held by Gov. Bill Lee on Tuesday, June 23 on COVID-19, the end of the Legislative session, business assistance and race relations.