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Election candidates running for the mayoral and aldermen positions in Wartrace and Normandy have similar hopes to clean up the small cities and increase communication between the municipality and its … more
A 17-year-old girl from Guatemala smuggled into Shelbyville to serve as an alleged human trafficker’s “wife” is safe today. The suspect was captured by Shelbyville police Tuesday … more
Delicious pies are baking in the oven over at Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen. more
Stefanie Landis resigns position at Southside. more
Community Middle School Theatre will present its fall production, “Scared Silly,” Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and 5, at the Community Middle School Auditorium. The performance begins at … more
A man who was struck in the side of the head by a bullet that didn’t penetrate was charged with aggravated assault Sunday, Shelbyville police said. Chad Richard Dubbs, a former employee of … more
Shelbyville City Council is being asked to consider approval of Tax Increment Financing (TIF) districts as an added recruiting tool to attract industries and businesses. Shane Hooper, … more
The Nov. 8 general election, featuring Shelbyville municipal candidates, draws near. Some of the candidates vying for Council seats and City mayor recently weighed in on the race thus far. All … more
A Shelbyville man has been charged with sexual exploitation of a minor. Christopher Reinhardt, 50, of Peacock Lane, is being held on $50,000 bond at Bedford County Jail. Reinhardt allegedly … more
According to Bedford County Circuit Court documents, Sam Rich has filed a motion for a new trial. That motion was denied on Monday by Senior Trial Judge Thomas J. Wright. “The case on Monday … more
The third person charged in the murder of 37-year-old Artenchius Wainwright pled guilty and was sentenced on Oct. 17 to serve 20 years in prison. Colby Ray Watford, 27, of Dowelltown in DeKalb … more
Smoke rises from fuel burning in a storage tank off Sims Road after a blaze broke out around 3 p.m. Thursday. The smoke was visible for miles. Four Bedford County Fire Department stations responded. more
Saturday, Oct. 29, come for ghost stories, carved pumpkins, and coffee bar! more
The president of Tennessee’s large AFL-CIO union credits his Shelbyville upbringing ­— and a few key individuals ­— with playing a big part in his success. more
Bell Buckle no doubt knows how to throw a community party. This weekend is a good example. The town will host its Old Fashioned BB Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 28, from 5 to 8 p.m. on the town … more
Pulaski Classic on Oct. 15 more
As someone who’s had breast cancer, Debbie Sudduth knows the importance of getting a regular check-up and mammogram.“I cannot shout from the treetops enough; you have got to be … more
A member of Shelbyville City Council sharply disagrees with some fellow members’ decision to cut the city’s annual contribution to the Shelbyville-Bedford County Partnership from $210,000 … more
A second person was arrested today (Thursday, Oct. 20) in connection with the Oct. 5 shooting death of Charles Dejuan Mayes of Shelbyville. Davontay Holt, 28, of Shelbyville is charged with … more
Bedford County students and educators were encouraged to wear orange, the designated Unity Day color, on Wednesday. The day is set aside most of all to unite for kindness, acceptance and inclusion, ultimately putting a stop to bullying. Each employee at the Central Office created their own special pumpkin to display with encouraging words. See more photos in Saturday’s Times-Gazette. more
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