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FRANKLIN — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Stuart McWhorter, and United Communications officially launched on Monday $53.4 million in … more
A blaze thought by many to have been an explosion by nearby residents destroyed a Blue Ribbon Parkway home early Wednesday. The fire broke out suddenly at the home of Michael and Brittany Preston, … more
A historic, partially abandoned cemetery near Bell Buckle may be receiving new life soon. Church Cross Cemetery, on the grounds of the long-closed Cross Roads Church of Christ at the … more
The Bedford County Board of Education discussed the state’s new TISA (Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement) funding formula at Thursday night’s study session. The new formula is … more
There are many benefits for businesses being a part of the state’s Diversity Business Enterprise, or DBE. According to Kimberly Fox, one of the Diversity Business Liaisons, some 2,174 … more
Improvements to tennis and pickleball facilities at H.V. Griffin Park are being proposed by Shelbyville Recreation Department as part of the park’s master plan. The city is applying for a … more
A crowd estimated at 80-100 watched last Thursday as Shelbyville Airport Authority discussed Middle Tennessee State University’s proposed lease of portions of Shelbyville Municipal … more
No storm warnings were issued during Tuesday’s wind and rain event, but several residences in the Deason area suffered damage. This outbuilding at the home of Jayce Dial on U.S. 231 North just … more
Sometimes large expenditures prove unnecessary. Members of Shelbyville City Council expressed that feeling ­— and dissatisfaction in general — over a $210,000 per year contract … more
The 231 Industrial Park on the highway between Murfreesboro and Shelbyville is filling up, or at least potentially so.      In 2014, the City of Shelbyville and Bedford … 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. SUNDAY Laity Club Bedford County Laity Club will meet at 6 … more
Three suspects allegedly caused problems for area law enforcement officers during arrests this week. •Shelbyville officers faced a struggle while arresting a DUI suspect early … more
Community Clinic of Shelbyville and Bedford County, Inc. has been awarded a $10,000 grant by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The funds will be used to provide preventive dental … more
Middle Tennessee State University will present details of their proposal to lease portions of Shelbyville Municipal Airport and eventually move its aviation department at Shelbyville Airport … more
NASHVILLE — A federal utility’s decision to resort to rolling blackouts after coal and natural gas units went offline during dangerously cold conditions has intensified questions about … more
Sixteen years ago, the Cascade Cafeteria Scholarship Fund started when Judy Pope finished her fight with liver cancer and passed away.   In the years since, that tragic event has grown into … more
The Bedford County Board of Education along with Enchanted Bridal Boutique will be hosting a fashion show event on January 12, featuring new prom dresses as well as dresses from their free Promise of … more
Update: Celia Caitlin Nunn has been located and is safe. 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. MONDAY Bag Day Good Samaritan, 201 E. Highland Ave., … more
A drug suspect resisted arrest during a traffic stop Tuesday, Shelbyville police said. Bernie Caldwell allegedly jumped from his vehicle and began yelling at Officer Jonathan Evans during a … more
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