Nicole Young, The Tennessean

Nicole Young

The Tennessean

Springfield, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Nicole:

Robertson Schools ponders two sets of grad dates, hopes to finalize plans this week

Robertson County Schools is hoping to finalize graduation dates for the Class of 2020 this week. → Read More

Springfield assisted living center reports coronavirus outbreak with staff, residents impacted

At least 13 residents and five staffers at a Springfield nursing home have been confirmed or presumed positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, according to information released by the business. → Read More

Springfield city parks reopen; playgrounds, fields and other facilities to remain closed

The City of Springfield reopened all parks to the public this week as officials continue to follow Gov. Bill Lee's guidelines and phased reopening plan for the state. → Read More

Springfield Electrolux closed through Sunday after worker tests positive for coronavirus

Springfield Electrolux is shutting down through Sunday after company officials learned Thursday that a worker had tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to company spokeswoman Eloise Hale. → Read More

Robertson government, chambers issue reopening guidelines for business, tagged #ReboundRobertson

Robertson County Government in partnership with the Robertson County Economic Development Board and the local Chambers of Commerce has released guidelines for re-opening Robertson County for business as recovery from the ongoing COVID-19 crisis continues. → Read More

Millersville officer injured in high-speed chase through Robertson, Sumner Counties

A Millersville police officer was injured and multiple agencies in Robertson and Sumner Counties were involved in a high speed chase that topped speeds of 120 miles per hour after a suspicious person call at a campground came in over the weekend. → Read More

Springfield plans Friday reopening of city's greenway, golf course

Springfield city leaders are planning to reopen the city’s greenway system as well as the Legacy Golf Course to the public on Friday, they announced Wednesday. → Read More

Portland cancels 79th strawberry festival, eyes fall event to celebrate 'return to normalcy' after coronavirus

Portland city leaders are looking at hosting a fall event to celebrate a return to normalcy after the coronavirus pandemic since they’ve been forced to cancel the 79th annual strawberry festival, which was scheduled for May 8-9. → Read More

Robertson Schools work to reschedule 'senior memory activities' amid ongoing closure

Robertson County Schools officials are looking into alternative dates for proms, senior recognition and graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 as they adhere to the governor’s recommendation to close for the remainder of the school year. → Read More

Springfield city leaders ask residents to conserve water after service interruption

The City of Springfield is asking water customers, including Greenbrier residents, to limit water usage following a water main break. → Read More

Robertson Schools pass new coronavirus-related policies, briefly discuss budgeting in online meeting

The Robertson County School Board unanimously approved two new policies this week that directly relate to the current coronavirus pandemic and touched briefly on the upcoming budgeting process. → Read More

Police: Hendersonville man charged with attempted murder after stabbing dad

A Hendersonville man has been charged with attempted murder after an argument with his father turned violent on Wednesday. → Read More

Nashville man facing homicide charge in Robertson County fatal crash

A Nashville man is facing a reckless vehicular homicide charge for his role in a Wednesday morning head-on crash in Robertson County that resulted in the death of a Pleasant View woman. → Read More

Portland senior living facility on lockdown due to possible COVID-19 outbreak

Little is known about a possible COVID-19 outbreak at the Highland Rim Terrace Apartments in Portland, Tennessee. → Read More

Springfield closes parks, keeps greenway, golf course open as coronavirus pandemic continues

Springfield city officials are closing all parks within the city, beginning at midnight on March 31. → Read More

Where to go for COVID-19 testing in Sumner, Robertson, Cheatham counties

Counties have multiple sites available where residents can be tested for the coronavirus. Here's where to go in your county: → Read More

Robertson won't cite for gatherings of 10 or more, hopes state will issue guidelines

The mayor said he did not believe the governor wanted to see anyone arrested. In fact, Vogle said he believes it was done out of an abundance of concern. → Read More

‘Assume you already have it’: Robertson patient talks coronavirus symptoms, testing, quarantine

40-year-old Michael Grizzard tested positive for COVID-19 and is halfway through a mandatory two-week quarantine, but he never felt bad, just off. → Read More

Robertson County prohibits gatherings of 10 or more; residents can be charged with misdemeanor

Robertson County issued some of the strongest warnings in the state when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic with the Wednesday release of a new proclamation by County Mayor Billy Vogle. → Read More

Springfield 'strongly recommends' residents 'shelter in place' after governor's order

The City of Springfield has issued a strong recommendation to “Shelter in Place” following the executive order signed Sunday by Gov. Bill Lee. → Read More