A widespread outbreak of COVID-19 at a Gallatin nursing home has left four residents dead, more than 100 others infected and local officials worried about a potential healthcare crisis if the number of cases continues to rise.
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The county is currently transporting an additional 59 residents of the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing who have tested positive for COVID-19, to Sumner Regional Medical Center, officials said in a 7 p.m. press conference.
One person has died and 23 others have been hospitalized after being transported from the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing to Sumner Regional Medical Center overnight following a COVID-19 outbreak at the nursing home, a hospital spokesperson confirmed Saturday."Our hearts are w…
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.
With 34 confirmed cases of COVID-19, Sumner County ranks fourth in the state in the number of residents who have tested positive for the respiratory disease caused by a new coronavirus.
A state of emergency has been declared in Sumner County following a spike in the number of known local COVID-19 cases.
Squarefest, one of the largest arts and crafts festivals held each year in downtown Gallatin, has been postponed three months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Sumner County has its first two confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the Tennessee Department of Health. The total number of confirmed cases in Tennessee is now at 98 – up from 73 on Tuesday.
From empty store shelves to social distancing, concerns over the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, have prompted several unprecedented changes to everyday life in Gallatin and Sumner County during the past week.
As enrollment continues to increase at four Gallatin public schools with the most crowded classrooms in Sumner County, school officials say there are currently no plans to rezone additional students prior to the opening of the new Liberty Creek schools in 2022.
A new subdivision on Blythe Avenue could help bring renewed interest to an area of Gallatin that has seen little new development in decades, according to city and project officials.
After tornados killed more than two dozen people and left a path of destruction across four Middle Tennessee counties last week, Gallatin officials are reminding residents to make sure they have signed up to receive CodeRED emergency alerts from the city.
This week, the Knowledge Matters Campaignvisited Sumner County as part of a national tour that highlights schools and districts across the country using high-quality instructional materials to enhance student engagement and literacy. The district was featured for the work they are doing to f…