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Shelbyville City Council voted unanimously Friday to apply for a $2.9 million American Rescue Program fund grant which would provide funds for sewer rehabilitation, but it was originally far from a … 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 Duck River Cleanup The 23rd annual Duck River … more
Karen Thrasher said recently that throughout 40 plus years of work and local community involvement, she’s been blessed to be a part of many good and productive efforts for Shelbyville. She is … more
Randy Carroll has announced his candidacy for Shelbyville City Mayor. The City election will be held Nov. 8, with early voting to begin Oct. 19.   Carroll has lived in Shelbyville and Bedford … more
The first Bedford County Board of Commissioners meeting with the new commissioners was a rather short one, but it decided the new Chairman Pro Tem as well as discussed compensation for members of the … more
While he’s all for progress, Shelbyville Mayor Wallace “Wally” Cartwright believes Shelbyville could be growing too fast. There’s currently over 800 applications just for … more
Saturday, Sept. 17, is Constitution Day. It marks the 235th anniversary of the signing of America’s governing document.   But what exactly is the Constitution? What are some common … more
High grass and lack of maintenance are drawing complaints from family members of loved ones buried at Mount Ararat Annex Cemetery in Shelbyville. But a member of the owner’s family says the … more
Shelbyville Mayor Wallace Cartwright, known in most circles as simply “Wally,” is still leading Council meetings and serving on several boards and committees. By most standards, … more
This Saturday is the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® — one of the world’s largest events to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support … more
Marijuana and a loaded gun were found in a Shelbyville Central High School student’s SUV Tuesday by Shelbyville police.K9 Trigger and Officer Brock Horner detected marijuana in the vehicle … more
A Shelbyville woman was seriously injured Monday afternoon when her car struck a tractor on Depot Street. Jacalyn Bowman of Smotherman Lane was pinned in her 2015 Ford Taurus after the crash near … more
Due in part to a state grant, Bedford County stands to gain close to $6 million in broadband expansion dollars over the next 3 years. more
Many in the Town of Bell Buckle are hoping to renovate the historic Bell Buckle School into a community center all while preserving the school’s long history.    On Wednesday, … more
Growth and planning issues took up most of Shelbyville City Council’s time in last Tuesday night’s monthly meeting. A plan known as Design Option #2 for widening of Fairfield Pike was … more
The attack on America Sept. 11, 2001 was remembered at an observance Saturday sponsored by the Defenders of Freedom and Liberty group. Veterans Richard Stiles (left) and Bennie Burdette join others … more
Tawanda Murray is a hometown girl who is on a constant mission to encourage this community to be more supportive of those suffering from the dysfunction of substance abuse. This Bedford County native … more
end 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 12 Angry Jurors The play “12 Angry Jurors” … more
Sadly, a part of the Times-Gazette content includes obituaries. Actually, it is statistically known to be the most read section of the newspaper. It is how we say our final goodbyes to those in our … more
Do you recall where you were and what you were doing the morning of September 11, 2001? Did you call a loved one or friend to make sure they had heard the horrible news and were okay? Did you hug … more
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