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A new, local, Opioid Settlement committee has been organized to distribute funds which Bedford County and many other counties will receive as a result of a national civil suit against several major pharma companies. OPIOID GRANT APPLICATION INFORMATION MEETING ABOUT THE OPIOID GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS MARCH 11, 2024 - 10:00 AM CONFERENCE ROOM 100 200 DOVER STREET SHELBYVILLE, TN 37160 To request an application or ask any questions, Contact the Opioid Contract Administrator at the email address: bedford-opioid@shelbyvilleclinic.org. more
Bedford County Commission prepared held an attorney-client privilege meeting Tuesday night at the Courthouse. Following this closed meeting, Commission reconvened its monthly meeting and moved to file legal action against the City if it pursues declaratory judgment to gain local option sales tax revenue. more
Bedford County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Tammy Garrett, has announced Wednesday that Malcolm Martin has been named assistant principal of Cartwright Elementary School. more
COUNTY MAYOR CHAD GRAHAM RESPONDS TO CITY LAWSUIT more
Bedford County Opioid Settlement Board held its first meeting Monday and was complimented at the outset by a state consultant for its organization. more
Bedford County Board of Education voted recently to join other school systems across the state and country in a class action lawsuit against social media companies like Meta, which owns Facebook and Instagram. more
United Communications announces free fiber internet installation at Flat Creek Fire Station. more
Jeff Sweeney, owners’ representative for Bedford County government construction projects, reported to the county’s Financial Management Committee on Tuesday night, Jan. 23, that the County has achieved more than $1 million in savings on the new Cartwright Elementary School under construction on the north side of Shelbyville. more
UPDATED INFORMATION FLAT CREEK customers are no longer under a boil water notice. The notice has been lifted. more
The Shelbyville Times-Gazette is back and ready to serve our community again! more
Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library has some new programming to share with the community. All library events are free. more
The restaurant Grindstone Cowboy, located on Spring Street off the public square, recently held a kickoff. Construction is still on-going. more
A fire on Moulder Road occurred about 8 p.m., Monday and was determined to be a total loss for a local family. more
At its recent, monthly meeting, City Council deferred back to the Planning Commission for further study two ordinances for the rezoning of property owned by James Baum and Elisabeth Gallun, located on the North Side of Union Street West of Jennings LN. more
Life in Shelbyville, years ago more
Scott Chapel UMC has a food pantry coming up in December. This is the last until March. We thank them for their kindness and love for their community. more
See more Veterans Day Parade pictures in today's issue of the Shelbyville-Times Gazette. Thanks to all who participated on Saturday. more
Community High School Criminal Justice seniors Madison Lohn & Ethan Eynon display the career associated skill of finger printing. more
The organizers of the fundraiser Sunday at Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen were quite pleased, to say the least, with the turnout for the Thanksgiving meal. more
Several were in attendance Saturday morning during the annual Shelbyville-Bedford County Veterans Day Parade. See more photos in next week's Times-Gazette. more
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