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Newly elected Shelbyville Mayor Randy Carroll says he’s looking forward to taking office. Carroll earned 1,341 votes (44.76%) to Bryan Nerren’s 924 (30.84%) and Lizzie Peoples’ … more
The traveling Wreaths Across America mobile education exhibit made a stop Thursday on the Shelbyville square. Exhibits honoring America’s fallen soldiers were on display, and veterans visiting … more
Billy Norris Floyd was drafted as a young man into the U.S. Army in 1964. He would be counted for all time as one of the 2.7 million Americans estimated to have served this country during the Vietnam … more
Local organizers of the Veterans Day Parade note they're watching the weather and playing it by ear for Saturday. As of Friday morning, no rain date is set for the parade. more
  Cascade High's Marching Band received 4th place overall in Tennessee's Division II State Championship last Saturday, making the Champion band a Top 10 Finalist. The preliminary superior … more
Administration at Cascade High School (CHS) was made aware on the evening of Wednesday, November 8, of a loss of one of their seniors. School officials reported that details of the death are … more
Randy Carroll bested two opponents to be elected as the next Mayor of Shelbyville in Tuesday’s general election. Carroll earned 1,341 votes (44.76%) to Bryan Nerren’s 924 (30.84%) and … more
Charges of reckless endangerment, unlawful possession of a firearm, and possession of a firearm while intoxicated were filed against a Sims Road resident after shots were allegedly fired around 4:20 … more
Developers proposing a large development consisting of 310 homes, fronted by a commercial strip, on Highway 231 North at Midland Road in northern Shelbyville are seeking permission to operate their … more
Mike Ruess said recently that he has two main goals: to help Vietnam veterans as well as encourage the teaching of U.S. History in schools. Originally from Michigan, Ruess was a U.S. History … more
Today is election day in Bedford County and across the state. Locally, precincts are open to voters from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bedford County Schools are closed, due to some of the schools serving as … 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 Cops & Rodders The first Cops and Rodders … more
An Uber Eats driver is accused of striking a customer with her vehicle after delivering an order Monday afternoon. The driver allegedly arrived at the Midland Street home of James Bolin II and … more
The town of Wartrace residents are looking at a potentially tight race between two mayoral candidates. The mayoral race is the only one with some competition between candidates. Current Wartrace … more
Election candidates running for the mayoral and aldermen positions in Wartrace and Normandy have similar hopes to clean up the small cities and increase communication between the municipality and its … more
A 17-year-old girl from Guatemala smuggled into Shelbyville to serve as an alleged human trafficker’s “wife” is safe today. The suspect was captured by Shelbyville police Tuesday … more
Delicious pies are baking in the oven over at Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen. more
Stefanie Landis resigns position at Southside. more
Community Middle School Theatre will present its fall production, “Scared Silly,” Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and 5, at the Community Middle School Auditorium. The performance begins at … more
A man who was struck in the side of the head by a bullet that didn’t penetrate was charged with aggravated assault Sunday, Shelbyville police said. Chad Richard Dubbs, a former employee of … more
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