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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee will soon stop providing the names and addresses of COVID-19 patients to first responders, after initially arguing that doing so would protect those on the front line.

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Arnold Air Force base Commander Col. Jeffrey Geraghty has announced plans for a phase-in aimed at returning to normalcy at the local base provided COVID-19 numbers continue their downward trend.

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Pelham native Denny Gilliam, 53, loved being a registered nurse, and it was his drive to help others with the COVID-19 pandemic in the New York City metropolitan area that may have ultimately cost him his life.

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Today, Gov. Lee issued Executive Order No. 38, which allows groups of up to 50 people to participate in social and recreational activities while encouraging strong social distancing measures. The order’s provisions include:

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Adoration Hospice has been assisting and visiting the elderly for years. The organization makes it a point to bring happiness to the elderly, and with the pandemic ongoing the elderly cannot leave the safety of their homes or nursing facilities. To help alleviate this Adoration Hospice has v…

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With school sports seasons being put on indefinite hold, parents and student athletes may be wondering if summer leagues such as the Manchester Youth League will play this year. As of now Youth League officials are still waiting to make a decision.

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National Police Week runs May 10-16 this year, and the event serves to thank the men and women in uniform for the service in helping communities across the nation.

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The Manchester Farmers Market has continued to supply locals with fresh foods during the pandemic by providing a multitude of options to receive the locally made products. From vegetables and fruits to meats and cheeses, the Manchester Farmers Market has made local products safe and easy to obtain.

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Court is back in session on a limited basis in Coffee County as the judicial system begins its graduated return to normalcy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The City of Manchester will resume public operations at City Hall and other city facilities under the guidance of Governor Lee’s Tennessee Pledge. More re-openings are expected in the weeks ahead as city facilities make necessary adjustments to operate in compliance with guidelines issued by…

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