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The Shelbyville Central High School class reunion of 1967 presented a check donation to the Rosenwald Community Center to help the nonprofit continue improvements to the building, located at 516 … more
An armed robber held a rural Bedford County convenience store clerk at knifepoint Friday night while demanding his sister, also a clerk, turn over the money in the cash register, authorities … more
A suspect was charged with aggravated domestic assault after allegedly breaking a woman’s wrist during an argument at a Shelbyville motel Thursday. Gaspar Juan Sebastian, 26, a resident of … more
Friday’s rains stopped long enough for crowds to flock Shelbyville’s historic public square and nearby streets for the 12th annual Wine Walk. Participants stopped by businesses for free … 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 Christmas Village Compassion Outreach Ministries and … more
Shelbyville city employees were honored for years of service at this year’s annual staff banquet. more
A Franklin County man faces charges of filing a false report following an investigation by special agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. On September 29th, TBI agents received a … more
An employee of a Shelbyville restaurant was charged Tuesday with stealing from her employer, police said. The owner of Wayback Burgers, North Main Street, showed police video footage he said … more
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has announced his infrastructure proposal, “Build With Us,” to address critical transportation needs across the state.   The proposed legislation will … more
According to Kelly Waller, the Bedford County Listening Project started advocating during the pandemic to help people pay their utility bills. This came as Shelbyville Power, Water, and Sewerage … more
Normandy received $239,543 from a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) earlier this week. The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) announced the grant will fund a … more
A disabled vehicle partially on the tracks at the Bell Buckle railroad crossing was struck and destroyed by a passing CSX train Monday night. No one was in the Volkswagen GTI at the time. But some … more
Bedford County Board of Education met Thursday night to discuss updates on the design phase of the new Cartwright Elementary School. The new school will be located off Fairfield Pike and North Main … more
While it would be great to say that Bedford County is past it all, and let’s just get on with Christmas, stats show it’s still out there.   Latest COVID-19 data from Tennessee … more
The band Chicago had a lot of major hits in the 1960s and 1970s - music which would inspire young people like David Beavers of Shelbyville to pick up a brass instrument and play keyboard. It also … more
Marijuana and “two crystal-like rocks” were found in a vehicle Monday after its driver was stopped for allegedly swerving across the center line of U.S. 41A North several times, … more
Local resident Jacob Silva likes to hunt for rocks. But they’re not just any rocks found in the ground.   Along Flat Creek and in parts of the area near H.V. Griffin Park in … more
Bedford County officials are asking the City of Shelbyville to waive all building fees connected with the new Cartwright Elementary School, City Council members were told at a study session Tuesday … more
The Bedford County Planning Commission met in a study session Monday night to discuss possibly putting a six-month moratorium on all subdivisions and planned unit development applications. This is … more
The loss of a grandson to drug use is driving a Shelbyville woman to help others avoid the same fate. Bonnie Cady has started Drug Rescue, a non-profit agency, in memory of Bill Hallum, who … more
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