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Deontre Cortez Farris turned 21 on Aug. 18; he’s been sitting in jail since January 2019, awaiting a trial. more
Vanderbilt-Bedford Hospital officials said Friday they’re at an all-time high with COVID-19 cases.  more
Shelbyville City Council held a “panhandling workshop” Thursday to find legal solutions for enforcing an ordinance that could prohibit panhandling.   more
A “prank” involving an alleged threat with a taser didn’t turn out as expected Sunday night. Four of the prankster’s friends ended up arrested on drug charges. more
Defenders of Freedom & Liberty filled the median of Lane Parkway with flags Friday night in honor of 9/11 victims. more
Defenders of Freedom & Liberty conducted a 9/11 memorial observance on Saturday morning at Shelbyville Central High School.   more
High pressure will be in control of the weather across Middle Tennessee through the weekend bringing us some beautiful days with sunshine and lower humidity. more
Several items were taken from the Shelbyville city transfer station’s office on Blue Ribbon Parkway overnight Tuesday, police were told.  more
Shelbyville City Council held its regular meeting Thursday evening. All items on the consent agenda were considered non-controversial and passed unanimously.   more
Edgemont Baptist Church, 150 Fairfield Pike, will host a “Hero Sunday” on Sept. 12 at 10 a.m.   more
The late Eddy Lee Messick, a native of Bell Buckle and resident of Madison, N.C., was known to many as a true cowboy.   more
Over 400 emergency workers who responded to the World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, were killed. This includes 343 firefighters. more
“History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid,” the late President Dwight Eisenhower said at his inaugural address in 1953.   more
Bullets flew through a Dover Street home as a vehicle drove past around 4:15 Saturday morning, residents told Shelbyville police. No one was injured.   more
According to the latest weekend reports, the Celebration hosted over 114,000 paid attendees this year. That is an 8 percent increase from last year, Celebration CEO Warren Wells said. more
In hindsight of winning the TWHNC World Grand Championship, John Allan Callaway told the Times-Gazette, “I’m proud of what I’ve done..." more
The Times-Gazette will have a special 9/11 edition on Saturday in memory of the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers.   more
Amid nationwide debates on whether the eviction moratoriums should be extended for renters with COVID-19, many say there’s been a strained relationship between renters and landlords. more
A suspect in two Shelbyville robberies Tuesday was taken into custody last Wednesday.   more
Shelbyville City Council will hold its regular monthly meeting 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9.   more
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