Tennessee and this great nation face extraordinary circumstances as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. To support communities across our state during these unprecedented times, my colleagues and I fulfilled our constitutional duties last week and passed a $39.8 billion emergency budg…
The safer at home order told Tennesseans to stay home unless it is necessary, and it closed non-essential businesses. We need all Tennesseans if they can to stay home.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said in a statement he will sign Executive Order 23 requiring that Tennesseans stay home unless they are carrying out essential activities as data shows an increase in citizen movement across the state.
Nothing brings out the criminals like a good catastrophe and the current COVID-19 pandemic is no different. Scammers will use current events with no shame to try to steal your money. Also, very honest, smart people are changing certain behaviors which may increase their financial risk. Le…
Gov. Bill Lee announced the state will start reporting critical COVID-19 data including the number of deaths by county.
A Portland senior apartment complex – Highland Rim Terrace - has confirmed that at least three of its residents have tested positive for COVID-19. They are also reporting two deaths involving individuals that had underlying health issues.
Sumner County has begun releasing some inmates convicted of minor crimes in an effort to reduce the risk of a possible COVID-19 outbreak at the jail.
Supplies of personal protective equipment and other disinfecting products used by local medical and public safety workers are beginning to run low as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in Sumner County.