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The 231 North Business Park Committee will meet in a Special Called Meeting on Wednesday, September 8th at 12:00 PM, at the Bedford County Courthouse Annex. more
Shelbyville City Council will meet at a regular meeting on Thursday, Sept. 9 at the Rec Center on Tulip Tree Road. more
Veteran Tim Estes of Bedford County works as a defender of freedom and liberty.  One of his goals is that no one forgets the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. more
At least two horse trailer/recreational vehicles belonging to Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration visitors were burglarized Saturday night on Whitthorne Street, according to police. more
“Hurry up, I’m not playing,” an armed robber told a Shelbyville convenience store clerk Tuesday night while holding a gun in her face. “Give me everything.”  The … more
During a quarterly luncheon last Thursday, City and County leaders spoke about the area's growth and infrastructure changes--those designed but yet to come to fruition.  more
A South Cannon Boulevard resident who thought his home was being broken into called 911 21 times between midnight and early afternoon Saturday, Shelbyville police said.   more
This county is growing, perhaps not by huge leaps and bounds, but as a county official recently said, it’s no doubt, growing.   more
Monday’s evening performance of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration was moved to 5 p.m. due to the weather.   According to Celebration CEO Warren Wells, the National … more
High temperatures in the low 90s and very humid weather is expected through the weekend and that will give us heat index readings near 100 degrees.   There will be scattered thunderstorm … more
An elderly Bedford County man was arrested after allegedly repeatedly calling 911 asking for a ride, according to a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report.  more
Warren Wells, who became TWHNC Chief Executive Officer in June, can be seen driving around the grounds in his side-by-side ATV.   more
The Shelbyville Bedford Partnership hosted “Tenders and Tea at TCAT,” a get together with their partners and supporters to promote the expansion of the area’s workforce development … more
A group of protesters gathered at the Times-Gazette Thursday afternoon. Our publisher ejected them from the property, and they will not be allowed to return. more
As most of Bedford County slept early Wednesday, a small earthquake rumbled underground near the Halls Mill Community.   The quake registered at 2.3 on the Richter scale, according to … more
A nondenominational worship service will be held 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 29, at the north end of Celebration Arena.   Presenting the devotion will be Edgemont Baptist Pastor Jimmy … more
Phyllis Ann Thompson-Green is very brave. But the honest truth is, her world came to an abrupt halt this summer when her beloved daughter, Kelsey Michele (Thompson) Wallace—one known … more
Bedford County Democratic Women held a community forum Monday featuring guest speaker Dr. Tammy Garrett, director of Bedford County Schools.   Even though Bedford schools have done well … more
Two people who told Shelbyville police they’re homeless were arrested Tuesday after officers discovered they were wanted in other areas.   Police were called … more
Waleed Albakry has visited the middle Tennessee area for 14 years. It’s a long way from Canada, where he’s lived since 2004 and an even longer way from Alexandria, Egypt, where … more
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