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Two different groups are interested in two city-owned properties adjacent to the Historic Shelbyville Square. Shelbyville City Council members heard two detailed presentations Thursday night … more
How to fund the building of a new juvenile center was the center of discussion at a Tuesday study session for the Courthouse and Property Committee.   According to Jeff Sweeney, past county … more
An overnight fire, late Saturday night caused significant damage to a Deason area home. Fire Officials were called to a house on Eady Road shortly before midnight. While enroute, Bedford County 911 … more
The Celebration City Region Car Club has been an integral part of bringing both car enthusiasts and visitors alike to Shelbyville. They host “The Cruise-In on the Square,” each … more
Bonne Belden is the newest face of Maleah Claxton’s Shelter Insurance Branch. She said she’s looking forward to helping the business grow and working alongside Claxton and the office … more
The overall development of Shelbyville and Bedford County is a win-win situation for everybody. Members of the Shelbyville City Council heard about the work of the Shelbyville-Bedford … more
Gateway (GTWY) Outdoors ministers to individuals with special needs and those with debilitating illnesses through outdoor experiences such as hunting and fishing at no cost to the participant or … more
Nashville — The Tennessee Department of Education launched the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement (TISA) Steering Committee to advise the implementation of the new, student-based K-12 … more
NASHVILLE  – State Senator Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro) and Representative Pat Marsh (R-Shelbyville) today announced Bedford County will receive two grants totaling $1.2 million for water … more
The Walking Horse Trainers Association presented donation checks to The Center for Family Development and The Tony Rice Center. Both non-profit organizations were chosen as charities for the 2023 … more
At last Tuesday’s Financial Management Committee meeting, road superintendent Mark Clanton wanted to “set the record straight” about current road conditions in Bedford County. … more
Most of the time when a new coach is hired it is because the previous coach failed to do the job. This was not the case for Alex Fuller Simmons, a former Shelbyville Central High School Golden … more
Kim Reed and Brian Riddle know what the gift of life is. They know second chances are something to celebrate. And they know the will to live is largely why they are still here today.   … more
A head-on collision on Flat Creek Highway / Highway 82 resulted in two deaths in Moore County on the evening of Friday, April 21. According to a Tennessee Highway Patrol preliminary report, Corbin … more
First Community Bank hosted their 35th Anniversary Celebration on April 20 at Kings Old Central High School. To commemorate the celebration, they focused on supporting 16 local non-profits. These … more
With the rise of development seen across Middle Tennessee, historic preservation and revitalization continues to take precedence in the small towns — like towns such as Wartrace. Two … more
The County Clerk’s office has seen an unprecedented uptick in the number of passport applications over the past several months. And according to county clerk Donna Thomas, it’s the … more
Ready…set…go! May 13 will be the first ever Bedford Warrior Obstacle Course Challenge at the Agriculture Center on Midland Road from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. All prize money earned … more
A request was made at Tuesday’s Rules and Legislative Committee to change the distance rule to sell beer in the county to zero feet.  A petition for this change was made by Bedford … more
The Bedford County Learning Academy (BCLA) and Community High School (CHS) have been awarded grants from the Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers, Inc. (BVI), a TVA … more
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