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The Shelbyville Times-Gazette is back and ready to serve our community again! more
Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library has some new programming to share with the community. All library events are free. more
The restaurant Grindstone Cowboy, located on Spring Street off the public square, recently held a kickoff. Construction is still on-going. more
A fire on Moulder Road occurred about 8 p.m., Monday and was determined to be a total loss for a local family. more
At its recent, monthly meeting, City Council deferred back to the Planning Commission for further study two ordinances for the rezoning of property owned by James Baum and Elisabeth Gallun, located on the North Side of Union Street West of Jennings LN. more
Construction has begun on the new $45.4 million Bedford County Higher Education Center in Shelbyville, the Tennessee Board of Regents Office of Facilities Development has announced. more
Shelbyville Central Football was recognized for an incredible 2023 campaign both on and off the field on Thursday night. more
         Webb School cross-country star Abby Faith Cheeseman racked up a second consecutive Top-15 finish at the 44th annual Foot Locker Cross Country Championships National … more
On November 25, 2023, at approximately 3:58 PM Shelbyville Police responded to the area of Blue Ribbon Parkway and Shoma Drive in reference to human skeletal remains being found. more
Life in Shelbyville, years ago more
Beauty queens and princesses endured drizzling rain Saturday evening to participate in the Shelbyville Jaycees 50th anniversary Christmas parade. more
Shelbyville Police have confirmed that skeletal remains have been found in the Shoma Park area. More information is forthcoming. The T-G will continue to follow this story. more
The local, small business community has a lot in store for Small Business weekend! Don't miss it! more
Enjoy lots of turkey and dressing Thursday! more
Scott Chapel UMC has a food pantry coming up in December. This is the last until March. We thank them for their kindness and love for their community. more
The family of the late Emogene Paschal have sewn with love some special ornaments in her memory this year. Story coming up in the next issue of the Times-Gazette. more
See more Veterans Day Parade pictures in today's issue of the Shelbyville-Times Gazette. Thanks to all who participated on Saturday. more
Veterans parade is 11 a.m. Saturday in Shelbyville. Traditional routes apply. more
Community High School Criminal Justice seniors Madison Lohn & Ethan Eynon display the career associated skill of finger printing. more
The organizers of the fundraiser Sunday at Shelbyville Community Soup Kitchen were quite pleased, to say the least, with the turnout for the Thanksgiving meal. more
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