In accordance with the Tennessee Department of Health, the Williamson County Health Department is transitioning to administering the COVID-19 vaccines using a waitlist system, named the Williamson County COVID Priority List.
Williamson County Schools released a brief statement on Thursday announcing plans for the school system to return to in-class learning next week.
Williamson County Schools announced Friday afternoon that all WCS schools - elementary, middle and high - will begin the second semester under the remote learning plan next week, January 5 through January 8.
Williamson County Schools is releasing the most up-to-date COVID numbers for each school building weekly. The information is posted on the WCS COVID-19 webpage https://www.wcs.edu/covid-19 each Monday.
On Monday, Williamson County changed their COVID testing options at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center. They are now offering a self-test along with testing performed by the Williamson County Health Department. Both testing options are free and no insurance is required.
Williamson County Schools has opted to delay middle and high school students’ return to in-person learning after the Thanksgiving break for one additional week.
Fairview High School parents were alerted around 3 p.m. Friday afternoon that classes and sporting events have been cancelled due to increased absences related to the COVID-19 virus.
If you have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be able to apply for emergency cash assistance – but the deadline to apply is Saturday, August 29, 2020.
A COVID-19 computer model that the president and Tennessee governor are following suggests the state will hit the peak demand for hospital resources on Wednesday, April 15 and will experience 587 deaths by Aug. 4, about 2,600 fewer than originally predicted.
Small business loans and record unemployment claims are being processed, and a listing of the ethnicity of COVID-19 patients becoming available were among the highlights of Gov. Bill Lee’s press conference on Tuesday, April 7.
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.
Gov. Bill Lee announced the state will start reporting critical COVID-19 data including the number of deaths by county.
Fairview Mayor John Blade announced Monday afternoon the City of Fairview was joining the nation, state and county in declaring a state of emergency as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson County Emergency Management Agency (WCEMA) announced Thursday the afternoon theh Williamson County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) a move to a Level 3: Partial Activation due to the advancing COVID-19 situation and based on the the Williamson County Emergency Operations Plan.
Fairview families in need of food due to the closing of schools amid the COVID-19 crisis will receive some help this Friday and Saturday.
Fairview mother Amber Reid is trying to keep her family safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic – and yet, still celebrate her daughter’s birthday. That means she had to get a little creative.
The Tennessee Department of Health has announced the COVID-19 Remote Assessment Site Locations across the state established to substantially increase the capacity to test for the virus causing COVID-19.
Williamson County Public Library Closed until further notice. The main priority of the Williamson County Public Library System is the health and well-being of our employees and customers.
On Tuesday, Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) will close all Recreation Centers until further notice.
The City of Fairview issued a public notice Tuesday afternoon to update citizens on matters related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After announcing Williamson County Schools would close for the remainder of last week, Superintendent Jason Golden was joined by Communications Director Carol Birdsong March 12 for a special Facebook Live addressing the COVID-19 outbreak in the county and answering questions submitted via so…
Williamson County Schools have decided to cancel classes on Friday, March 6 and Monday, March 9 following Governor Bill Lee’s Thursday morning press conference announcing the first confirmed case of the coronavirus, COVID-19, in Tennessee is an adult male in Williamson County.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee held a press conference shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday to announce the state has its first confirmed case of the corona virus disease (COVID-19) – and that patient is a resident of Williamson County.