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The newly opened Halls Mill Market will have to wait a bit before selling beer at the location.   Bedford County Beer Board met Wednesday afternoon to approve the owner’s permit … more
Years of experience have taught Shelbyville Police Chief Jan Phillips that growing his department as the city’s population increases is a must. He’s overseeing a department facing a … more
High winds in spotty locations across Bedford County Thursday afternoon left isolated wind damage, such as several trees across St. James Place in the Union Station area. A large tree fell at Bedford … more
Dave-A-Palooza—a weekend of live Americana, folk and country music—is sure to spotlight new talent, songwriters, locals and award winners. The festival begins at 6:00 p.m., on Friday at … more
One Facebook follower likely summed up the City’s fireworks show from Monday night the best; he stated, “Was a great fireworks show!” Another posted that it was the “best … more
Bedford County Animal Control staff and director, Josie Lowery, stay busy with calls, mainly those pertaining to animals running at large. Lowery refers to TCA 44-8-408. While there are no … more
The driver of a truck that struck both a Bedford County detective and a man he was chasing on foot Wednesday ended up playing a major role in the suspect’s arrest.   Detective Lt. … more
Bedford County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday night to set the new tax rate at $2.32 for the upcoming fiscal year. This is an increase from the previous rate of $1.97.   Many County … more
MyRide Bedford is a volunteer-based transportation service for seniors, and they are in need of more volunteers.  Starting in March of 2020, MyRide took a hit from the COVID pandemic and is … more
If you like to celebrate “Christmas in July,” well, take note that there’s a great event that is planned for June 28-30 at Bedford County Fairgrounds on Midland Road. This … more
In the winter, when temperatures drop below 35 degrees, Brenda Knight stays with the homeless. She provides pallets for their beds.The community is likely familiar with the Cross Shelter Project. … more
City Councilman Gary Haile will start off Shelbyville’s annual July 4 Celebration at H.V. Griffin Park with the singing of the National Anthem. Shelbyville has conducted this event for … more
Community High alumnus and current principal, Robert Ralston, shared his “walk” with those in attendance at Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony for the new education wing at the … more
Samuel Earl “Sam” Rich was found guilty of attempted first degree murder Thursday in the shooting of Hannah Grace “Gracie” Perryman at a Bedford County home last … more
Samuel Earl “Sam” Rich found guilty on all charges more
Tennessee Downs on the Square, to introduce the car lifestyle center planned for northern Bedford County, will be 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 25, on the Shelbyville square. Sports car vendors will be … more
Despite the hot temperatures, a nice crowd gathered Tuesday evening for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Community School education wing. Several alumni who spoke during the ceremony said … more
A former cellmate of Sam Rich told jurors Wednesday in Rich’s Bedford County Circuit Court trial for attempted first degree murder how the accused allegedly killed Will Warner of Shelbyville last August after holding him at gunpoint. more
Saturday was Bedford County’s first annual Juneteenth Celebration on the Shelbyville Square, which honored many local government leaders, black-owned businesses, and heritage. Bedford County … more
A 2-year-boy drowned Saturday afternoon in a private pool at a Sims Road home, authorities said. The boy was identified as Corin Jacob Hanson in a Facebook post by his mother, Jessica … more
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