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Tuesday evening’s Rules and Legislative Committee meeting had a full house in the historic courtroom as many residents came to here discussion on Commissioner Bill Anderson’s … more
Shelbyville firefighters pull insulation from the ceiling of an apartment building on Coble Circle owned by Wanda Williams as others watch from ground level Tuesday night. The blaze originated from … more
During the Courthouse and Property Committee meeting Tuesday, several commissioners brought up the issue of areas of excessive trash throughout Bedford County. “As far as the county goes and … more
Sen. Marsha Blackburn met with representatives from Bedford County, Shelbyville City, and the Tennessee Walking Horse board on Tuesday. The Q&A events were part of her 95-county tour she does … more
A work crew from the Tennessee Department of Transportation inspect a sinkhole that formed early Friday afternoon in the right westbound lane of U.S. 41A just west of Rippy Ridge Road across from … more
MyRide is a free transportation program for seniors 60 years old and older who have difficulty driving or moving independently. Completely volunteer-based, drivers help transport seniors to … more
Three additional firefighter positions were approved for Shelbyville Fire Department at Shelbyville City Council’s meeting Thursday night. The need for more firefighters is due to the … 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. TODAYFood pantryScott’s Chapel United Methodist Church’s … more
During the quarterly reports at Tuesday’s Board of Commissioners meeting, Bedford County Schools superintendent Tammy Garrett and Shelbyville-Bedford Partnership CEO Shane Hooper gave reports … more
At least two unlocked vehicles were burglarized overnight Sunday in the Southside area of Shelbyville, police said. A coin purse containing $250, a pair of sunglasses, and the rearview mirror were … more
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 intersection … 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 County in … more
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