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A battery charger was stolen from a carport at an Anthony Lane home Sunday night, Shelbyville police said. The victim said a Craftsman tool box was taken the previous week. A suspect, described … more
National Pen announced to their Shelbyville team on Friday, Jan. 13, that they were moving operations to Mexico. CEO Peter Kelly wrote to the Times-Gazette, “This planned transition is in no … more
Details of a proposed grant application for the State of Tennessee recreation funds were detailed by Recreation Director Mike Alsup at a Shelbyville City Council study session Tuesday. more
Lower city property taxes may be in Shelbyville residents’ future. The prospect of a reduction in the property tax rate was discussed Tuesday night at a City Council study … more
Youth Leadership Bedford is hosting a Benefit for Hope event on April 15 at Shelbyville Central High School. All proceeds will be allocated toward scholarships for students who need mental health … more
Several Bedford County teachers were awarded with “Teacher of the Year” designations for their hard work and dedication. See the Times-Gazette Tuesday for Principal of the Year and … more
Send Community Calendar items to tgnews@t-g.com, notify us on Facebook, call 931-684-1200 or stop by our office, 323 E. Depot St. TODAY Flat Creek potluck Flat Creek Community Center’s … more
Some 78 students are enrolled at the Bedford County Virtual School. BCVS serves fourth through tenth grades with the ninth and tenth grades the most recently added since the school program began … more
A resident of a Locust Street residence was badly injured after his house burst into flames late Sunday night. Neighbors said they heard explosions. Charles “Buddy” Chapman, 82, was … more
Benefits of Tax Increment Financing (TIF) agreements in attracting industrial and retail developments were explained to Shelbyville City Council members by an attorney from one of Tennessee’s … more
Alyvia Smith was introduced at Shelbyville Central High School’s basketball homecoming queen Friday night. From left are SCHS Principal Michael Hickman, Queen Alyvia, her grandfather James … more
Drugs were confiscated from a vehicle during a traffic stop on Highway 231 North shortly after midnight Tuesday, according to a Shelbyville Police Department report. Miles Cole Jr. 33, of Burns … more
The Daughters of the American Revolution State Regent, Emily Robinson, visited the Shelby Chapter on Wednesday to give an update on several state projects. Robinson joined DAR in 1999 as a member … more
The Bedford County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday night to pass a resolution passing the $43,500,000 bond for the new Cartwright Elementary School. According to finance director Robert … more
Key figures behind several current and proposed ventures presented glowing pictures of progress to Shelbyville City Council members at an informational luncheon Tuesday. Keith Weaver of Uncle … more
National Pen in Shelbyville is reducing its workforce and ceasing manufacturing operations and production beginning March 30 and lasting through May 31. According to a Worker Adjustment and … more
The Celebration made a big announcement Monday night: the well-known Calsonic Arena will soon be renamed the Cooper Steel Arena. The arena was built in 1988 and has housed many equine and other … more
An allegedly-drunken driver faces vehicular homicide charges after two people in his vehicle were killed in a crash Saturday afternoon west of Shelbyville. Ezequiel Estrada, 42, of Shelbyville is … more
Duck River Electric Membership Corporation (DREMC) members can apply for assistance with their electric bills through the Project HELP program. Project HELP is DREMC’s emergency residential … more
Two shoplifters ran out of Hibbett Sports, North Main Street, with more than $1,000 worth of Nike clothing Wednesday, Shelbyville police were told. The man and woman asked two employees to go to … more
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