NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP/WMOT)– New meningitis cases are being reported in Middle Tennessee for the third time this week and the fourth time in a month.
WTVF-TV says officials are reporting four to seven cases of viral meningitis Tuesday among students at Oak View Elementary in Williamson County. Cleaning crews are in the process of disinfecting the school.
Monday the Centers for Disease Control reported that they’re investigating 11 cases of meningitis tied to a Saint Thomas facility in Nashville. Two patients involved in that case have since died.
SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (WMOT) -- Tennesseans have one week to register to vote in the upcoming presidential election. Registration closes on Monday, Oct. 8.
Voters should keep in mind that Monday is Columbus Day, a national holiday, so post offices will not be open that day. Anyone planning to mail in a registration will need to have it postmarked by no later than Saturday, October 6.
Voters also need to remember that Tennessee has a new voter photo ID requirement. Bedford County Election’s Coordinator Summer Leverette explains.