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There was much debate at Tuesday night’s Shelbyville City Council study session about a possible land annexation.   more
Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library will host its annual Friends of the Library Author’s Luncheon noon Tuesday, Oct. 12, at Blue Ribbon Circle on the Celebration grounds.  more
The Town of Bell Buckle is all set for a spook-tacular October. Several events are planned for Saturday, Oct. 30, including a Scarecrow Festival. Deadline to enter the scarecrow contest is Oct. 25. more
Cancer was the second leading cause of death, after heart disease, in the United States in 2019. Locally, many are beating the odds against the ‘C’ word.   more
Multiple charges have been filed against a man who allegedly showed up at a Warners Bridge Road home demanding money Tuesday afternoon.  more
Celebration Way, assisted living by Americare, was elevated to the Gold Level of the company’s Honor Club for 2021 at Americare’s annual awards ceremony.  more
Jack Kenneth Plemons, 49, Woodland Drive, Shelbyville, is facing a prison sentence of up to 450 years if he’s convicted. more
An armed man apparently under the influence of medication was arrested after frantically knocking on the side door of Shelbyville police headquarters early Sunday.  more
This fall has already been packed full of local entertainment and festivals. We’ve included several events going on this weekend around the county.   more
Clarabell Collectibles on the Shelbyville Public Square held a fall open house Saturday. Featured were doTerra oils, which the shop now offers. more
A suspect allegedly angry at his girlfriend because she only gave him $570 instead of the full amount she owed him was arrested on a domestic assault charge Friday. more
It’s easy to brush by that title and not take in the full extent of its meaning. But several local organizations provide help for those who deal with domestic abuse month after month. more
Rain chances return to Bedford County this weekend and will continue into the first part of next week. After enjoying temperatures in the 80s this week, another cool-down is coming next week. more
A Shelbyville businessman’s SUV was quickly recovered after a passerby allegedly stole it Wednesday from in front of the old Central High School on Elm Street.  more
Tourism is like eating the bacon from someone else’s hog. Well, that’s at least how Daniel Berry, director of strategic relations with South Central Tennessee Tourism Association, … more
Shelbyville Central High School Class of 1970 held its “50+1 year” reunion on Sept. 11 at Bell Buckle Banquet Hall. more
While Bedford County isn’t getting industrial development on a massive scale, growth prospects are looking bright. more
Statisticians anticipate in the year 2030, that the local student population will be well over 10,000.   more
An 81-year-old man was jailed Tuesday after allegedly making repeated nuisance 911 calls to Bedford County Communications Center.   more
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