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Tennessee state Sen. Mike Bell said the COVID-19 pandemic rendered businesses and public entities vulnerable to legal action from those who contract the virus in their establishments. “Right … more
A customer in a local grocery store reportedly brandished a firearm and asserted what he considered his constitutional rights after a store employee requested he wear a face mask.The incident took … more
Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus task force coordinator, said the country is in a new phase of the virus, unlike its beginnings in March and April. In an interview on CNN Sunday … more
Cleveland City School System's Director of Career and Technical Education  Renny Whittenbarger, the current Tennessee CTE Director of the Year, brought Kiwanis Club members up to date recently … more
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Friday signed Executive Order No. 55, allowing the resumption of contact sports and extending local authority to require masks. Lee said athletics is an “important … more
The COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Thursday was 102,870, including 1,033 deaths, 4,572 hospitalizations and 64,234 recoveries.Since Wednesday, there were 2,049 additional cases, 2,105 … more
The day Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks was released from Tennova-Cleveland — where he underwent treatment for double pneumonia and COVID-19 — is a happy ending to a harrowing experience, one of … more
Despite COVID-19’s corrosive effect on the nation’s economy, Cleveland-area manufacturers continued to churn out products as other businesses such as retail stores and restaurants were … more
The number of deaths in Tennessee caused by COVID-19 surpassed 1,000 individuals on Wednesday, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.In addition, the number of cases also crossed a new … more
Just a week before the start of many Tennessee schools, Gov. Bill Lee, along with the Department of Education and Department of Health, issued a series of guidelines for the safe reopening of schools … more
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