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The following were charged between last week and Sunday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Shelbyville Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Force. more
Bedford County Board of Commissioners voted unanimous approval last Tuesday of the county paying its share of a $2.1 million land purchase for expansion of 231 Industrial Park. more
Family, friends and associates of the late Bedford County Mayor Eugene Ray gathered on Saturday, Sept. 18, at Bedford County Justice Complex to celebrate the naming of State Route 437. more
Water was seemingly everywhere Monday as three waves of heavy rain soaked Bedford County.   more
The Bedford County Democratic meeting was cancelled today. A Democratic Women's meeting will be held at noon next Monday, Sept. 27, at the Chamber of Commerce.  more
Due to heavy rains and flooding of roads, Bedford County School will be closed on Monday, Sept. 20. SACP will be open at Thomas Magnet 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.  more
Dr. Tammy Garrett, director of Bedford County School System, recently released a message to parents about COVID-19-related protocols on the school’s website.    more
Shelbyville City Council held a workshop Monday to discuss the consideration of matching the State of Tennessee’s property tax relief program.    more
A man wanted for attempted murder in Denver, Colorado was arrested Wednesday in Shelbyville.   more
Bedford County Republican Party hosted its 2021 Reagan Day Dinner Thursday at Bell Buckle Banquet Hall. Featured keynote speaker was Dr. Ming Wang, a Nashville-based eye surgeon. more
As the Shelbyville-Bedford County area looks to add more average-income rentals to accommodate the growth of residents, local leaders also look to ensure both renters and landlords are represented. more
Kelly North’s career path is a “classic example of workforce development at its core.”   more
Shelbyville Police Department announced the arrest of Horatio Rice and Tiffany Taylor on Friday afternoon.  more
Deontre Cortez Farris turned 21 on Aug. 18; he’s been sitting in jail since January 2019, awaiting a trial. more
Vanderbilt-Bedford Hospital officials said Friday they’re at an all-time high with COVID-19 cases.  more
Shelbyville City Council held a “panhandling workshop” Thursday to find legal solutions for enforcing an ordinance that could prohibit panhandling.   more
A “prank” involving an alleged threat with a taser didn’t turn out as expected Sunday night. Four of the prankster’s friends ended up arrested on drug charges. more
Defenders of Freedom & Liberty filled the median of Lane Parkway with flags Friday night in honor of 9/11 victims. more
Defenders of Freedom & Liberty conducted a 9/11 memorial observance on Saturday morning at Shelbyville Central High School.   more
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