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Coronavirus Testing Drive-Thru

TN Department of Health and the Williamson County Health Department are offering Covid-19 Assessment and Testing. Available at the Franklin and Fairview Clinics Monday to Friday from 9a-3p and Saturday, April 18 from 10a to 3p in Franklin only. Franklin Clinic, 1324 West Main Street (615) 794-1542 Fairview Clinic, 2629 Fairview Blvd (615) 799-2389 Drive-thru image

TN Department of Health and the Williamson County Health Department are offering drive-thru Covid-19 Assessment and Testing. Available at the Franklin and Fairview Clinics Monday to Friday from 9a-3p and Saturday, April 18 from 10a to 3p in Franklin only. Franklin Clinic, 1324 West Main Street (615) 794-1542 Fairview Clinic, 2629 Fairview Blvd (615) 799-2389

Williamson County Coronavirus Resources

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Find information about what is happening in Williamson County, prevention advice from the CDC, updates from the Tennessee Department of Health, and more with these links to their coronavirus pages:

LOCAL:

Williamson Ready 

Williamson County Health Department 

Williamson County Schools

City of Franklin 

City of Brentwood

City of Spring Hill

Vanderbilt University Medical Center 

Williamson Medical Center 

Williamson Inc.

Blood Assurance Covid Plasma Donations

Food Pantries.org in Franklin and Williamson County

Restaurant Map for takeout, curbside, and delivery

TENNESSEE:

Tennessee Department of Health

Governor Bill Lee 

TDH Close Contact Coronavirus Guidance  https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/health/documents/cedep/novel-coronavirus/CloseContactGuidance.pdf

Tennessee Emergency Management Agency

NATIONAL:

CDC Covid-19  

White House Coronavius 

Federal Emergency Management Agency

HHS – U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Small Business Administration

 

Introducing “Bullets and Bayonets: A Battle of Franklin Primer”

Battle of Franklin

We are pleased to reveal the cover of Academy Park Press’s next book. It is a primer on the Battle of Franklin that we believe will assist 4th and 5th graders in learning about it. We are especially excited about this book because, not only will it be published by the library’s imprint, but it is also created completely by library employees!

Introducing “Where No Sorrows Come”

Where no sorrows come

We are pleased to share the cover of a new book: Where No Sorrows Come: The Life and Death of Confederate Brigadier General John Adams, by Bryan Lane.  Bryan Lane is a local Williamson County resident and part-time Battle of Franklin aficionado. He has worked for 20 years on a biography on John Adams. Adams was a confederate general in the battle. We are pleased to be assisting Mr. Lane in getting his book published to put in the hands of readers. This project is in the final stages and will be sent to Ingram in July.

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