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It’s the talk of the town – the snow and ice that have coated Bedford County over the past few days. But Elijah Kirby’s ‘Shelbyville Weather’ page on Facebook may be running a close second. more
The Tennessee Republican Party implemented new qualifying fees last August for those running for office this year.  How will this affect local races? more
A teacher at Bedford County Learning Academy has been suspended following his arrest on Dec. 31 in Murfreesboro. Bedford County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tammy Garrett met with Howard Thomas Collins, 48, of Murfreesboro, Wednesday to discuss the matter. more
Shelbyville City and Bedford County government offices will be closed Friday, Jan. 7 due to inclement weather.  more
The Times-Gazette has selected its top news stories of 2021. We look forward to serving the community with excellent news coverage in 2022. more
A man who allegedly kept a woman from leaving a Barksdale Lane apartment Wednesday of last week was charged with aggravated kidnapping and aggravated domestic assault. more
As a tribute to his father’s contributions to this community, Gary King continues to operate the Garland King Museum, which is the former Harris Middle and Central High Schools on Elm Street. more
NORMANDY — Charles Williams worked for 40 years in the petroleum industry and after retiring in 2015 he took up cattle ranching in Middle Tennessee. Williams’ goal in his second career: “We want you to have the best beef money can buy,” he said.   more
 Authorities look over the vehicle (left) in which Glen and Gay Boyce of Shelbyville were seriously injured on State Highway 64 about two miles west of Shelbyville early Sunday afternoon. more
Bedford County Schools will be closed tomorrow due to poor remaining conditions on some  of the county's roads. SACP will be open.  more
Due to road conditions, the Times-Gazette office was closed Monday. We will publish Tuesday's paper on Wednesday, Jan. 5. Stay warm and enjoy these local snow pictures! more
A man carrying a loaded pistol and additional ammunition in his car was arrested after allegedly refusing to get out during a traffic stop Monday night. more
More rain and thunderstorms will kick off the weekend Friday night and Saturday, Be sure and keep up with the latest weather information because there is a threat of severe storms across Tennessee. more
When Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham decided to go into the paramedic program at the University of Alabama in the late 1980s, it was still a relatively “new” profession. more
More than a few people were happy to see a Moose at their door on Christmas Eve morning. more
A man carrying a loaded pistol and additional ammunition in his car was arrested after allegedly refusing to get out during a traffic stop Monday night, Jimmy Amos Thomas, 37, of Midland Road was … more
Ray Ray’s Smokehouse was among several local barbecue teams helping out local fireman Aldo Gonzalez through a recent Christmas Eve fundraiser.   more
Shelbyville Fire-Rescue personnel put out a small fire contained within a wall in a small room Tuesday afternoon at Krystal, Madison Street. more
Community Tennessee Rehabilitation Centers (CTRC) is transforming its services to be community based and provide a larger variety of services for both internal and external customers.   more
Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham's wife, Sherry Denise ‘Punkin’ Potts Graham, 49, passed away Wednesday. Shelbyville City Manager Joshua Ray expressed the statement, "Words cannot express our support for the Mayor and his family during this time of loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mayor Graham and his family during this difficult time.“ more
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