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The Vanderbilt I Solar Farm going on Frank Martin Road in Shelbyville will sit on 375 acres and cost upwards of $30 million, invested by Nashville-based solar platform Silicon Ranch. more
At the 74th Annual Chamber Luncheon, guest speaker Keith Weaver, co-founder and board member of Uncle Nearest Whiskey, talked about updates on their “fastest growing” independent spirit company. more
An alleged attempt to run a vehicle off the road Friday night, Jan. 14, led to the arrest of Mason West Warner, 21, on assault and reckless endangerment charges.   more
Bedford County Board of Education approved several departmental reports Tuesday—those which demonstrated that the school system is in good financial and academic standing. Still, school health … more
The Vanderbilt 1 Solar Farm groundbreaking event was held Wednesday on Frank Martin Road, marking the start of the first solar field of its kind for the university and for Bedford County.  Funding the project are Silicon Ranch Corporation, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Nashville Electric Service (NES), and Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC), whose representatives attended Wednesday’s event.   more
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A small group of senior citizens who frequent Shelbyville Recreation Center gave Shelbyville Parks & Recreation staff a load of ideas for potential activities at a planning session Friday. more
As Shelbyville approved a resolution for the settlement in the National Opioid Litigation against distributors and Johnson & Johnson, Bedford County has hired the Branstetter law firm to handle … more
A man intentionally drove into Duck River in downtown Shelbyville and died Monday afternoon in what police say was an apparent suicide. more
The Gilliland Historical Resource Center held its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Day event, virtually, on Monday. The theme for the holiday program was, “Let’s continue the dream." more
Having been shaped by storm winds and rioters’ fires throughout the County’s 200-year history, the Bedford County Courthouse today stands as a testament to the men who built Bedford up from the time of Tennessee’s frontier to its present-day industrialization.     more
Bedford County Highway Department, as a result of several traffic accidents, has converted the intersection of Midland Road and Whiteside Road, north of Shelbyville, into a three-way stop. more
Community calendar as of Jan. 13, 2022. more
Laura Parham, Heritage South Community Credit Union Chief Executive Officer, graduated from college—for the first time—at age 52.   more
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The family of Bedford County murder victim Adrienne Cox is suing Rutherford County, claiming that county bears responsibility for her death.   more
Freezing winter weather has left many potholes bigger and deeper across Shelbyville City and Bedford County roads.   more
Shelbyville City Manager Josh Ray announced recently that construction crews will be removing signal lights from the public square within the next couple of months.   more
Eric Sewell and Dani Beck are owners and the only employees at The Bellamy Café in Wartrace. Their July opening held little fanfare. You see, neither have prior experience in food industry, but are committed to building a dream. more
It’s the talk of the town – the snow and ice that have coated Bedford County over the past few days. But Elijah Kirby’s ‘Shelbyville Weather’ page on Facebook may be running a close second. more
A teacher at Bedford County Learning Academy has been suspended following his arrest on Dec. 31 in Murfreesboro. Bedford County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Tammy Garrett met with Howard Thomas Collins, 48, of Murfreesboro, Wednesday to discuss the matter. more
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