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A new sign is going up at the entrance to Shoma Park subdivision in northeastern Shelbyville, but some city officials are concerned about setting a precedent. “Does that mean that any … more
Members from the Duck River Watershed Education Committee delivered reading material to third and fourth graders to help them learn more about conserving the Duck River.  Fourth graders … more
Det. Sgt. Sam Jacobs, right, receives a proclamation from Mayor Randy Carroll honoring his 21-year career in law enforcement, all served with the Shelbyville Police Department. Jacobs, who … more
The plant nurse at Tyson Foods’ medical clinic for the past 15 years has been practicing without a license, Shelbyville police said Friday. Records indicate Bobbie Gail Blair has been … more
The body of the man who drowned in Duck River at Fisherman’s Park was recovered late Friday afternoon. Christopher Lee Richardson, 50... more
Nick Ellis said he’s been an optician for about 20 years, while Sandy Lupo has been one for 14 years. Both Ellis and Lupo worked at the Walmart Eye Center in Shelbyville … more
A groundbreaking event was held Tuesday for the new Cartwright Elementary School at 1753 Fairfield Pike.  The 23-acre plot, which the school will sit on, was owned by Bobby … more
The 25th annual Bedford Builds Habitat for Humanity Ball was held Saturday night in Bell Buckle.  Dressed in their finest, guests enjoyed a dinner from the Bell Buckle Café, a silent … more
Deery Eakin Elementary School celebrated Twin Day Friday, and according to attendance clerk Sue Hasty, this is the most twins they’ve had in both the student body and among the faculty and … more
The Bedford County Regional Planning Commission has the goal of developing a 20-year comprehensive growth plan. This plan, sometimes called a master plan, will be used by the Planning Commission … more
With President’s Day Monday, many groups are taking a look at America’s history, acknowledging the good, bad, and ugly of where the country was then and where it is today.  That … more
The first meeting of the Joint Homeless Task Force was held on Tuesday evening. Sixteen of the 18 members, both from the city and county, were present to discuss and research the overall homeless … more
Shelbyville firefighters battle a fire that destroyed the home of Derrick McDaniel and family Friday morning on Riverview Drive. The origin is undetermined but may have been a space heater, Fire … more
Thursday night’s Bedford County Board of Education meeting discussed the system’s purchase of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology facility on Madison Street. This purchase … more
Shelbyville City Council moved closer to a possible property tax decrease during Thursday’s February meeting. But the decrease is far from actually approved, with more steps in the process … more
The 25th annual Bedford Builds Habitat for Humanity Ball will take place on Saturday, Feb. 18, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Bell Buckle Banquet Hall.   This is the nonprofit’s … more
A longtime North Main Street businessman says he’s not giving up his fight with city and state officials over a residence next to his business. Lee Roy and Elizabeth Cunningham were forced … more
A couple escaped their burning Cortner Hollow Road home with only their lives after an early morning fire Thursday. Jay Jernigan was being checked by Bedford County EMS staff inside an ambulance … more
Sidewalks are being rebuilt along eastern portions of Madison Street, including at the intersection of Richland Drive. Across the street, construction is in progress on an unrelated new housing … more
Two Bedford County Schools employees have been recognized for their hard work and dedication. Supervisor of the Year went to Special Education Supervisor Julie Haynes, and Principal of the Year went … more
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