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Bedford County Schools will be closed Wednesday due to weather. more
Town and Country Garden Club held its December meeting at River Bend Country Club. Leanne Moore of Leanne’s Flowers presented the program on centerpiece arrangements. more
Shelbyville Central High School Renaissance Team recently held a Christmas drive to assist the community’s homeless. The Renaissance team is pictured with Judi Burton of the Loft Church, which will help the students distribute the 196 various items. Front row, from left: Jadon Buchanan, Cindy Solis, back row, left to right, Laura Conte, Brooke Neal, Jared McGee, Renaissance sponsor Kelly Kingree, Burton, Isis Hook and Mary Alice Shavers. more
First Baptist Church on Depot Street held its annual “Living Christmas Tree” musical program over the weekend, with the final performance taking place tonight. The program is named for the enormous, tree-shaped riser from which the choir performs. A smaller riser, at right, housed the children’s choir. more
Three men robbed a homeless man of his cellphone and Social Security card Friday afternoon at Fisherman's Park, police were told. The victim described his assailants as white and wearing dark clothing, He suffered minor injuries to both knees and his right elbow when the men jumped him and forced him to the ground... more
Shelbyville firefighters extinguish a house fire at 209 Anthony Road at mid-morning Monday. The blaze is thought to have originated from a wall heater too close to a bed, Fire Marshal Jason Richardson said. more
On December 6th, Community High School hosted Jeff Zentner, Nashville-based author of the highly acclaimed young adult novels “Goodbye Days,” “The Serpent King,” and “Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee.” Zentner presented his story of his career change from a musician to author. He also taught a workshop for students interested in creative writing. Community High School’s book club, Straight Outta Pages, ate lunch with Zentner, participated in a question and answer session, and got their books signed by the author. more
The fifth annual A Celebration Christmas will be held 2-5 p.m. Saturday in Calsonic Arena. The free indoor festival, intended by the Celebration as a way of giving back to the community, has become a Shelbyville tradition. It features a live nativity scene, an indoor train ride, a petting zoo along with other live animals, vendor booths, live performances including performances by various church choirs and other performers, and free photos with Santa Claus... more
An inexpensive can of beans or a package of baby diapers can make a world of difference to some area families, especially during Christmas, as some Bedford County students recently discovered. As part of their annual Great Canned Food Drive (GCFD) recently, Shelbyville Central High School students, faculty and staff spelled out with donations across the gym their 2019 theme, "A Can, Can Make a World of Difference."... more
Shelbyville Police Department has retained accreditation from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Accreditation (TLEA) Program The department was honored during the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police meeting in Franklin last week. "I am proud of the men and women of the Shelbyville Police Department whose commitment to excellence allows us to maintain and achieve this certification," Police Chief Jan Phillips said... more
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