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A historic, partially abandoned cemetery near Bell Buckle may be receiving new life soon. Church Cross Cemetery, on the grounds of the long-closed Cross Roads Church of Christ at the … more
The Bedford County Board of Education discussed the state’s new TISA (Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement) funding formula at Thursday night’s study session. The new formula is … more
Improvements to tennis and pickleball facilities at H.V. Griffin Park are being proposed by Shelbyville Recreation Department as part of the park’s master plan. The city is applying for a … more
A crowd estimated at 80-100 watched last Thursday as Shelbyville Airport Authority discussed Middle Tennessee State University’s proposed lease of portions of Shelbyville Municipal … more
No storm warnings were issued during Tuesday’s wind and rain event, but several residences in the Deason area suffered damage. This outbuilding at the home of Jayce Dial on U.S. 231 North just … more
Sometimes large expenditures prove unnecessary. Members of Shelbyville City Council expressed that feeling ­— and dissatisfaction in general — over a $210,000 per year contract … more
The 231 Industrial Park on the highway between Murfreesboro and Shelbyville is filling up, or at least potentially so.      In 2014, the City of Shelbyville and Bedford … more
Community Clinic of Shelbyville and Bedford County, Inc. has been awarded a $10,000 grant by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The funds will be used to provide preventive dental … more
Middle Tennessee State University will present details of their proposal to lease portions of Shelbyville Municipal Airport and eventually move its aviation department at Shelbyville Airport … more
Sixteen years ago, the Cascade Cafeteria Scholarship Fund started when Judy Pope finished her fight with liver cancer and passed away.   In the years since, that tragic event has grown into … more
Before the Bedford County Board of Commissioners votes on whether to allow inmates at the Bedford County Jail to have smart tablets, what are the pros and cons of such a decision?   Lt. … more
A preschool worker has been charged with aggravated child abuse for allegedly striking a 3-year-old girl in the head with a chair at a day care center, investigators say. Cameron Hunter, 22, of … more
At least one person was injured early Thursday morning in a head-on accident on Highway 41A North in front of the Dollar General Store in El Bethel. A family member said Brian Lee Wade, driver of the … more
Issues with low water pressure across portions of Bedford County are gradually improving and expected to continue doing so, the general manager of Bedford County Utility District said Wednesday … more
Approximately 70 residents were evacuated from Viviant Healthcare’s Glenoaks Road facility Saturday afternoon and evening. “Massive areas of the ceiling” were leaking from burst … more
Twelve horses died in a fire Friday night at Snug Harbor Farm, a horse dressage facility owned by Cherie Beatty on Hopkins Bridge Road in western Bedford County. more
A proposed three-year contract for tablets to be assigned to Bedford County Jail inmates will be sent to the full Bedford County Commission with a favorable recommendation, but not everyone in … more
The Shelbyville Times-Gazette staff wishes our hometown a very Merry Christmas and a blessed 2023! more
With 2023 just around the corner, Shelbyville-Bedford Partnership CEO Shane Hooper and Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham reflected on the county’s industrial climate … more
As the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) continues to predict an airline pilot shortage for the next 20 years, colleges like Motlow State Community College are working to develop a ready … more
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