Vice President Of Pfizer Fills Empty Williamson County School Board Seat

Despite A Petition With 1,335 Verified Signatures Asking For The Vote To Be Delayed, National Vice President Of Pfizer, Josh Brown, Was Voted In As Interim School Board Member For Williamson County’s District 4.

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Williamson Families PAC Kickoff Event To Feature Country Music Star John Rich

The Newly Formed Williamson Families PAC Announced Yesterday The Digital Launch Of Its Website And Social Media, In Time For The Franklin City Alderman Election. Early Voting Runs From Oct. 6-21, And Election Day Is Oct. 26.

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Tennessee AG To Appeal Federal Rulings In 2 Mask Mandate Lawsuits

Tennessee’s Attorney General Is Appealing The Recent Decisions Of Two Federal Judges Related To Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Order Allowing Parents To Opt Out Of School Mask Mandates.

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Federal Judges Rule Against Lee’s Student Mask Order In Williamson, Knox Counties

Federal Judges Ruled In Favor Of Parents In Williamson And Knox Counties Friday, Allowing School Districts In Those Tennessee Counties To Enforce Mask Mandates In Their Schools.

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Lawsuits Continue To Mount Over Lee’s Opt-Out Mask Order For Students

Three Similar Lawsuits Challenging Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Order Allowing Parents To Opt Students Out Of Mask Mandates Are Proceeding Across The State And Are At Different Points.

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Remote Learning Options Return As Schools Close In Response To COVID

Several Schools Across Tennessee Have Begun Shutting Down Citing A “Strong Surge In COVID Cases And Quarantines Among Teachers And Staff” And They Have Been Alerted That Remote Learning Is An Option On A Conditional Basis.

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School District Leaders Plead With Legislators To Reinstate Temporary Remote Learning Options

Leaders From Williamson County Schools And Franklin Special School District Are Asking Legislators To Reinstate Virtual Learning Options For Schools That They Believe Need To Be Closed Temporarily Due To The Current Spike In COVID-19 Cases.

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Nashville Area’s Population Reaches Nearly 2M; State Redistricting Begins

The Nashville Metropolitan Area Was The 20th-Fastest Growing Statistical Area In The Country Since 2010, according To Data Released By The U.S. Census Bureau. Thursday’s Data Release By The U.S. Census Bureau Starts The Redistricting Process In The State.

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