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The “Best of Bedford” awards were presented last week during Shelbyville Bedford County Chamber of Commerce’s awards banquet at the Fly Cultural Arts Center.   more
 Motlow Community College wrapped women’s history month Tuesday by hosting Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey's Master Distiller Blender Victoria Eady Butler.  more
The Capri Theatre will be yet another project on the Shelbyville Square in the next couple of months under its new ownership.  more
Easter is around the corner and the Ole Grapevine Antiques store is a one stop center for spring table decor, interesting works and forms of art and more. There are other items like hats, baskets and of course, bunnies in all shapes, forms and fashions.   more
Dotdash Meredith's FOOD & WINE named its 2022 Drinks Innovators of the Year, recognizing eight people who are making positive changes in the drinks industry. Among those listed were Fawn Weaver and Victoria Eady Butler of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey. more
As a busy, single mom of Henry, age 6, Katie Hallum likes the flexibility she has as a merchant/ booth owner at North Main Marketplace (former Carolyn’s dress shop) at 766 N. Main St. more
Henry Hallum, age 6, said recently, “I like being able to pick out toys that I know other kids will like playing with. I also like selling things with my mama.” Henry is the entrepreneur of Henry’s Fun Play Shop, located at 766 North Main Marketplace. more
Sam and Jennifer Trott watched Tuesday as the pieces of their sawmill — an operation which has sustained their family’s livelihood for 39 years — were loaded onto a truck and hauled down Card Road for the last time. They’re sharing, though, more sighs of relief than tears. more
When it comes to “financial planning,” Dennis and Andrea Lovvorn have a lot of years of experience to share. Still, they have no immediate plans to retire from ownership of New Covenant Christian Bookstore and perhaps, never will.   more
Often times, people are reluctant to give kitchen items as gifts to friends and family for birthdays and other occasions. Is it personal enough? But a love of cooking can pave the way for many different gifting opportunities.   more
Standing next to a gingham cook’s apron, Fay Womble says it reminds her of her mother, the late Mary Clift.  While maybe a lot of women don’t wear them anymore, she stocked one in her new store. In fact, much of this North Main Marketplace vendor’s wares remind her of her mother.    more
LYNCHBURG, TN – The Jack Daniel Distillery and the Nearest Green Distillery celebrate Du Nord Social Spirits as the first graduate of the Business Incubation Program, part of the Nearest & Jack Advancement Initiative.   more
Home design features in magazines can be awe-inspiring. Quite often, homeowners wish they could lift the looks right off the pages and transform their own homes into such picture-perfect retreats. more
At the 74th Annual Chamber Luncheon, guest speaker Keith Weaver, co-founder and board member of Uncle Nearest Whiskey, talked about updates on their “fastest growing” independent spirit company. more
First Community Mortgage has been named the winner of Better Business Bureau’s (middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky) highest honor: The Torch Awards for Ethics.   more
As she fills a customer’s box full of multi-colored ribbons, Heather Beard admits there’s never a dull moment within the trophy and awards business.   more
Eric Sewell and Dani Beck are owners and the only employees at The Bellamy Café in Wartrace. Their July opening held little fanfare. You see, neither have prior experience in food industry, but are committed to building a dream. more
NORMANDY — Charles Williams worked for 40 years in the petroleum industry and after retiring in 2015 he took up cattle ranching in Middle Tennessee. Williams’ goal in his second career: “We want you to have the best beef money can buy,” he said.   more
Ray Ray’s Smokehouse was among several local barbecue teams helping out local fireman Aldo Gonzalez through a recent Christmas Eve fundraiser.   more
Community Tennessee Rehabilitation Centers (CTRC) is transforming its services to be community based and provide a larger variety of services for both internal and external customers.   more
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