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The Times-Gazette will be closed Monday for the July 4th holiday. Tuesday's paper will be published on Wednesday this week.  more
The Christmas in July Horse Show ran last week from Tuesday to Thursday night at the Bedford County Fair Grounds. Proceeds from the show go to collecting and distributing Christmas gifts to Bedford … more
The Bedford County Democratic Party hosted two gubernatorial candidates at a dinner Thursday evening.   Candidates J.B. Smiley and Dr. Jason Martin both spoke and answered questions from the … more
Shelby Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently honored the graves of two former members with a special DAR medallion at the Hazel Cemetery in Bell Buckle.   Margaret May … more
The second "Music on Front Street" in Normandy will be held Friday, July 8, at 6:30 p.m. The event is sponsored by the churches of Normandy. The community is invited to bring a chair and join … more
Penny Cooper started at the Bedford County Sheriff’s Department back in 1996 after her cousin Jimmy Parker, brother of then sheriff Clay Parker, approached her about a dispatch job. She was … more
School is currently on summer break but concerned students and parents from Cascade High School continue to make their disagreements known to the school board over the new 4x4 block learning … more
The driver of a truck that struck both a Bedford County detective and a man he was chasing on foot Wednesday ended up playing a major role in the suspect’s arrest.   Detective Lt. John … more
Bedford County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday night to set the new tax rate at $2.32 for the upcoming fiscal year. This is an increase from the previous rate of $1.97.   Many County … more
A burn ban is in effect in Shelbyville “until we get some rain,” but Fire Marshal Jason Richardson hopes it won’t last too long.   The ban is voluntary and no fines are … more
Send Community Calendar items to tgnews@t-g.com, notify us on Facebook, call 931-684-1200 or stop by our office, 323 E. Depot St.SATURDAYEarly 4th festWartrace’s Independence Day celebration … more
Law enforcement agencies areawide are on the alert for a man accused of struggling with a Shelbyville police officer before speeding away from a traffic stop Monday night.Patrick James Pace, 23, was … more
A man allegedly attempted to stab several customers at Bar 69, Madison Street, early Sunday, Shelbyville police said. Police arrested Juan Daniel Paez Salinas, 28, of Cedar Glade Circle, after he … more
MyRide Bedford is a volunteer-based transportation service for seniors, and they are in need of more volunteers.  Starting in March of 2020, MyRide took a hit from the COVID pandemic and is … more
If you like to celebrate “Christmas in July,” well, take note that there’s a great event that is planned for June 28-30 at Bedford County Fairgrounds on Midland Road. This … more
In the winter, when temperatures drop below 35 degrees, Brenda Knight stays with the homeless. She provides pallets for their beds.The community is likely familiar with the Cross Shelter Project. … more
There’s something satisfying about making diamonds in a lawn, according to Lance Paschal of Precision Landscaping.   He’s been landscaping and mowing with his family since the … more
Scattered thunderstorms will be on the increase this weekend across Middle Tennessee due to a cold front moving in. A 30% chance on Saturday will increase to 50% on Sunday.   After being … more
A man was found dead inside a car Thursday afternoon on Lentz Street, Shelbyville police said. The body of Blaine E. Gregg was in the vehicle’s back seat, Officer Garrett Stephens’ … more
State Trooper Daniel Diaz inspects a truck in which the driver escaped with minor injury after running into the rear of a truck pulling a flatbed trailer Thursday morning on U.S. 231 North. Sheridan … more
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