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Having been in education for 26 years, Chad Fletcher started out as a high school history teacher in Metro-Nashville schools. He became Bedford’s federal program supervisor in 2019 and and received the county’s “Supervisor of the Year” award this year. more
Tuesday’s school board meeting held much debate and discussion about Bedford County’s construction of the new elementary school and Community High School’s new wing.   more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting the public that several categories of FDA-regulated products purchased from Jan. 1, 2021, through the present from Family Dollar stores in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee may be unsafe for consumers to use. more
Word is out that Middle Tennessee State University’s aerospace flight operations are potentially moving from Murfreesboro to Shelbyville. But why is there such a growth in the aerospace program? more
Charles Edward Young had from the beginning claimed he was with a girlfriend in Murfreesboro the night Aretenchius “Art” Wainwright was killed.   more
A substance Shelbyville police suspect is marijuana was confiscated from a man at an Anthony Lane apartment complex parking lot Thursday. more
Residents on Old Nashville Dirt Road experienced power outages amid last night's storms. This resident had a cedar tree land on the powerline through their front yard. more
Bedford County Mayor Chad Graham signed a proclamation declaring Tuesday, Feb. 22, “Spay Day” in Bedford County, as it is across Tennessee. more
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One of two vehicles stolen in the past few days has been recovered, according to Shelbyville Police Department reports. more
A Unionville man suffered burns in a fire at his home early Monday. Dustin Perryman suffered what the Bedford County Fire Department described as “moderate burns to his lower extremities” after the blaze broke out. His son and two grandchildren escaped without injury, the BCFD said. more
Longtime Bell Buckle Police Chief Tommy Wiley is waiting for a liver transplant, and he needs one soon.   Wiley has what most people would call a good sense of humor. Considering he’s going through one of the most difficult seasons of his life, that’s a unique trait.   more
Aretenchius Wainwright III was 33 years old when he was murdered on March 18, 2020 at his home at 208 Chestnut Drive in Shelbyville.   more
When driving down South Cannon Boulevard on Tuesdays about 3 p.m., feel free to honk your horn at Walter Taylor, an 88-year-old who gets around better than most. He’s still serving as traffic control director for Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen.   more
A 13-year-old student at Community Middle School in Unionville was arrested Friday morning after allegedly threatening to shoot students and a teacher, investigators said. Loaded weapons were found in his locker. more
Illegal substances were discovered in two unexpected--and very public--places Tuesday. more
The resolution to authorize County Mayor Chad Graham to transition the Emergency Management Agency (EMA) operations to the current Tennessee Rehabilitation Center (TRC) facility was passed. more
Shelbyville City Council meets in regular session 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, at Shelbyville Recreation Center. There are several items on the table to be discussed and some which Council have indicated they’ll approve. more
A bracelet valued at $800 was stolen Saturday from a counter at A & G Joyemex, South Cannon Boulevard, Shelbyville police said. more
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