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Wartrace residents faced another water main break toward Phillipi Road and Horse Mountain Road over the weekend. Many residents were without water for three days and counting at T-G press … more
Methamphetamine, heroin and fentanyl were found in the possession of a man who allegedly attempted to shoplift motor oil Tuesday from Dollar General Market, North Main Street, Shelbyville police … more
The Bedford County Financial Management Committee met in a regular meeting Tuesday to discuss several monthly financial reports.  Solid waste According to a report from Diane Forbes, there … more
A new sign is going up at the entrance to Shoma Park subdivision in northeastern Shelbyville, but some city officials are concerned about setting a precedent. “Does that mean that any … more
Members from the Duck River Watershed Education Committee delivered reading material to third and fourth graders to help them learn more about conserving the Duck River.  Fourth graders … more
Det. Sgt. Sam Jacobs, right, receives a proclamation from Mayor Randy Carroll honoring his 21-year career in law enforcement, all served with the Shelbyville Police Department. Jacobs, who … more
The plant nurse at Tyson Foods’ medical clinic for the past 15 years has been practicing without a license, Shelbyville police said Friday. Records indicate Bobbie Gail Blair has been … more
A man who allegedly threatened to grab a child from a vehicle was charged with disorderly conduct Thursday. Witnesses told Shelbyville police Jasper Lucas Pablo, 18, of Center Street approached a … more
A program called “participatory grantmaking” was launched in 2021 by The Healing Trust, and since then, they’ve created a committee of diverse community residents to disperse over … more
The Secretary of State’s Office would gain nearly $1 million in new annual revenue under a bill that allows it to take over the business of advertising foreclosure sales from local community … more
The body of the man who drowned in Duck River at Fisherman’s Park was recovered late Friday afternoon. Christopher Lee Richardson, 50... more
Two taser uses failed to calm a suspect before he was handcuffed late Sunday afternoon at the Circle K convenience store on Madison Street at Wartrace Pike, police said. Officers seeking a man … more
Send Community Calendar items to tgnews@t-g.com, notify us on Facebook, call 931-684-1200 or stop by our office, 323 E. Depot St. SATURDAY Wartrace Alumni Game An alumni game for anyone with … more
"My dream is to be a scientist and help find a cure for Covid and heart disease. I want to find a magic potion to stop families of pain, tears, and sorrows from these diseases. Thanks to Dr. … more
In addition to supporting a good cause, guests also had a good time while attending the 25th Annual Bedford Builds Habitat for Humanity Ball on Feb. 18. This fundraiser is their largest one of the … more
A man accused of taking a car at gunpoint Tuesday morning was apprehended after wrecking it a few hours later, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office said. William Leon Ballinger, 29, of Old … more
Nick Ellis said he’s been an optician for about 20 years, while Sandy Lupo has been one for 14 years. Both Ellis and Lupo worked at the Walmart Eye Center in Shelbyville … more
A groundbreaking event was held Tuesday for the new Cartwright Elementary School at 1753 Fairfield Pike.  The 23-acre plot, which the school will sit on, was owned by Bobby “Hoss” … more
The following were charged since Friday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Shelbyville Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only … more
Send Community Calendar items to tgnews@t-g.com, notify us on Facebook, call 931-684-1200 or stop by our office, 323 E. Depot St. TODAY County committees Bedford County Board of … more
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