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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
Many attendees of the Celebration have been going for decades. But each person seems to have a unique experience.   more
Motlow State Community College is now requiring all students, faculty, staff, and visitors to wear face masks while inside any Motlow facilities. more
Catholic priest Father Louis Rojas of St. William of Montevergine Church in Shelbyville believes in the scripture: “For with God, nothing shall be impossible.” more
Retired soldier Amanda Carpenter Enfinger says being pregnant during a pandemic, and a winter snow storm, isn’t for faint of heart.   more
Any horse show fans having the chance to meet the Dotson family of Williamson County, likely, will walk away being glad they did.  more
Security video helped Shelbyville police track a suspect in an auto burglary at Middle Tennessee Prescription Service, Bethany Lane, on Wednesday afternoon.   more
Saturday looks like the best day of your weekend with partly sunny skies and a high of 85 degrees. A chance of showers is expected to move in late Saturday night and continue … more
Penalties Sports Bar on North Main raised nearly $7,000 as a result of its recent Poker Run fundraiser themed, “4 the Boys.” more
The 231 North Business Park Committee will meet in a Special Called Meeting on Wednesday, September 8th at 12:00 PM, at the Bedford County Courthouse Annex. more
Shelbyville City Council will meet at a regular meeting on Thursday, Sept. 9 at the Rec Center on Tulip Tree Road. more
Veteran Tim Estes of Bedford County works as a defender of freedom and liberty.  One of his goals is that no one forgets the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. more
At least two horse trailer/recreational vehicles belonging to Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration visitors were burglarized Saturday night on Whitthorne Street, according to police. more
“Hurry up, I’m not playing,” an armed robber told a Shelbyville convenience store clerk Tuesday night while holding a gun in her face. “Give me everything.”  The … more
During a quarterly luncheon last Thursday, City and County leaders spoke about the area's growth and infrastructure changes--those designed but yet to come to fruition.  more
A South Cannon Boulevard resident who thought his home was being broken into called 911 21 times between midnight and early afternoon Saturday, Shelbyville police said.   more
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