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The Shelbyville Times-Gazette is proud to announce a new chapter in its storied history with the introduction of Daniel Richardson as its visionary leader, ushering in a new era of commitment, passion, and excellence in community journalism. more
City of Shelbyville Mayor Randy Carroll learned by example as a child growing up here how to serve his community. more
The Bedford County Justice Center opened its doors to aspiring young minds last Thursday, as students from Community High School's Criminal Justice Program embarked on an educational tour of the facility. The visit, aimed at providing a closer look into the real-world operations of the criminal justice system, was a significant opportunity for students eyeing a career in this field. more
Shelbyville, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee State University's Aerospace Department is entering a new era as it prepares to move to a new state-of-the-art campus in Shelbyville. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee joined university officials, local leaders, and hundreds of attendees at the announcement event on September 21, 2023. more
The Bedford County Sheriff's Office has arrested a local man on multiple charges following a tip from the Internet Crimes Against Children in reference to alleged child pornography images.  … more
Bedford County Highway Department will shut down Nashville Dirt Road, between Shaw Road and Burns Road, on Tuesday, Aug. 1, from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. for culvert repair. All traffic will need to use … more
The Red Sand Project, launched in 2014, is an annual event designed to raise awareness of the problem of human trafficking. Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham participated in in an observance on … more
Multiple agencies including Vanderbilt LifeFlight responded to an accident in Flat Creek Wednesday morning.  Multiple calls came in just after 7 a.m. to the Bedford County … more
Chicago, Illinois — Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to Bedford … more
With kids heading back to school in just over a week, local law enforcement will begin to step up their enforcement in school zones and roadways, county wide. And with the widening of Hwy 41A from … more
Beginning with this fiscal year, Bedford County government is now matching the State of Tennessee’s property tax relief program for low-income elderly homeowners. Since 1976, the state … more
The man at the center of a missing persons Silver Alert has still not been located.  Stephen Elsinger, 83, of Richmond Road in Petersburg, and his wife took their normal, daily nap around 2 … more
NASHVILLE - State Senator Shane Reeves (R-Murfreesboro) is encouraging local residents to take advantage of Tennessee’s upcoming sales tax holidays, set to begin July 28 with the state’s … more
Shelbyville, Tenn. – Children are currently enjoying their summer break – swimming, going to camps, or just spending time outside and this is a good time when parents can make sure their … more
A Shelbyville mother is facing serious charges in the death of her 13 year old son.   Shelbyville Police Department Deputy Chief Brian Crews held a press conference on Tuesday … more
TODAY Standing Committees The Bedford County Standing Committees meetings (for Rules and Legislative, Law Enforcement, and Courthouse and Property) will begin at 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 18, at … more
SHELBYVILLE  - The Shelbyville-Bedford Partnership and the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce have joined in a collaborative relationship, a move approved by the boards of both … more
Bedford County was represented at the 46th Annual Tennessee Republican Party Statesman Dinner where Presidential hopeful and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was the keynote speaker.    … more
The Shelbyville Times-Gazette office will be closed until August 1st. We will NOT publish a newspaper during this time. Please be patient with us during this transition and we look forward … more
The consideration to reduce the distance rule to sell beer in the county to a zero-footage distance from a church, school, or public gathering place failed at last Tuesday’s Board of … more
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