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Dixie Warrick, owner of Dixie Doodle Candles and Décor in Unionville, is the epitome of why “shopping small” is gaining popularity.   more
Ruth Lawson has been in the kitchen since she was probably eight years old.  A self-ascribed “picky eater,” Ruth began learning to cook in order to appease her tastebuds. more
For many, Black Friday marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season for major retailers. But Small Business Appreciation Saturday shines a spotlight on the local mom-and-pop shops. more
A grand opening was held Monday for the Shelbyville Driver’s License Center, located at 200 Dover Street, Suite 108.     more
Time is running out to bring boxed and canned nonperishables to The Shops at Main & McGrew (old Argie Cooper Public Library) at 100 South Main St. more
For over 80 years, the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration has played a major role in Shelbyville industry.   more
New Chamber of Commerce Director Lacey Deeds has initiated a group called “Females About Business.”   more
Make time. That’s Matthew Griffy’s motto. It's how he owns and operates his 24-hour gym, MG Fitness, while also being chief of police in Petersburg. more
There’s been a meat processing business at the Potts family farm in Wartrace for nearly half a century. more
Celebration Way, assisted living by Americare, was elevated to the Gold Level of the company’s Honor Club for 2021 at Americare’s annual awards ceremony.  more
It’s easy to brush by that title and not take in the full extent of its meaning. But several local organizations provide help for those who deal with domestic abuse month after month. more
A chicken pot pie was probably the last meal Edwin Fannin will ever cook for me.  He and his wife, Dardie, have sold The Coffee Break. They are moving to Alabama. more
First Choice Pregnancy Center, 1102 Madison St., recently hosted a groundbreaking event to commemorate a new addition to their building.   more
Kelly North’s career path is a “classic example of workforce development at its core.”   more
Madison Arnold realizes college is important. But lately, she seems to enjoy being able to shadow her grandmother and realtor Dianne Arnold. more
Warren Wells, who became TWHNC Chief Executive Officer in June, can be seen driving around the grounds in his side-by-side ATV.   more
Boris Zecevic said he’s had quite a change of pace since becoming HomeWell Care Services Chief Executive Officer last March.   But there’s one aspect that continues … more
The story of Cedar Recovery begins in 2015 with Joe Bond, who found the need to provide substance abuse help after some of his family members struggled with addiction.   There are now … more
Shelbyville-Bedford County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for the new Enchanted Bridal Boutique, 2345 Highway 231 North.   more
The MooVille Cookies & Cream food truck with its bovine-inspired exterior isn’t hard to spot driving into town. more
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