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Jefferson County man killed in traffic accident Sunday

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- A single-vehicle crash at 9:45 p.m. Sunday night, has claimed the life of  Javier Leal Hernandez, 36, who was killed when the buy levitra online 2000 Chevrolet pickup he was driving left the roadway and buy xenical online struck a concrete barrier. Hernandez was transported to UAB hospital where the Homewood resident later died. The crash occurred on Interstate 65 three miles south of Birmingham. Nothing further ...

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Cahaba River Society hosting annual Connect with the Cahaba meeting

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- The Cahaba River Society is hosting its annual Connect with the Cahaba meeting on Thursday, Jan. 28. The event is open to anyone interested in learning more about the Cahaba River and the society’s work to restore and protect the river. The society  helps residents, businesses and wildlife thrive in central Alabama by working to achieve good water quality, affordable and abu ...

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Top-ranked Spain Park proves too much for Huskies

By Erik Harris HOOVER – Hewitt-Trussville ran into a tough matchup on Friday night in Class 7A, Area 6 play. The Huskies simply couldn’t match up with No. 1 Spain Park in a, 77-39, defeat. [caption id="attachment_27941" align="alignleft" width="200"] Damon Harper (1) drives to the Cialis from india rim against Spain Park. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] Jaguar guard Jamal Johnson started the contest with a 3-pointer and teamm ...

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Huskies fight in road loss

By Erik Harris HOOVER – The Hewitt-Trussville girls basketball team came up just short in, perhaps, the most physical game of the season. In a contest that saw 54 fouls called, the Huskies took a, 60-56, loss at Spain Park on Friday night. That stumble gives the visitors a 1-3 Class 7A, Area 6 record. Hewitt-Trussville jumps back into area play next Tuesday at Vestavia Hills. [caption id="attachment_27486" ...

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Young Indians just keep winning

By Erik Harris PINSON – The Pinson Valley wrestling team finished up the home portion of its schedule with a, 74-0, win over Walker and a, 56-15, win over Minor on Thursday night in Mike Dutton Gymnasium. The fifth-ranked Indians take a 20-1 record with them to the Jefferson County Tournament, which begins on Friday at McAdory. With a win in the upcoming tournament, head coach Gene Richardson and Generic viagra sale Pinson Val ...

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More offers roll in for local players

By Erik Harris Thursday was a big day for football prospects across the area. [caption id="attachment_26197" align="alignleft" width="300"] Clay-Chalkville quarterback Ty Pigrome competes against Hewitt-Trussville last season. Photo by Ron Burkett[/caption] Clay-Chalkville’s departing senior quarterback, Ty Pigrome, pulled down another Power 5 offer. Fresh off receiving a Maryland offer, the dual-threat sig ...

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Remlap man pleads guilty to sexual abuse charge

From staff reports BLOUNT COUNTY -- A Remlap man has plead guilty to one count of sexual abuse of a child under 12 according to a Fox 6 report. Donald Fred Stallings, 64, was arrested in February 2013, but his guilty plea did not come until jurors were seated and awaiting opening statements in the case. Blount County District Attorney Pamela Casey said Stallings received no reduced charges or sentencing opt ...

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Jimmy Howard Fordham

Jimmy Howard Fordham, age 76, of Trussville, AL passed away Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at his Trussville home. He was preceded in death by his parents, Howard Washington and Lilla LueElla Fordham. [caption id="attachment_27910" align="alignleft" width="192"] Jimmy Fordham[/caption] He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Shirley Ann Fordham of Trussville, AL; three children, Jimmy D. Fordham (Janie) of Birmi ...

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Chamber hosting annual food drive in February

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) announced their annual community-wide food drive will be held in February. The 7th annual “Love Your Neighbor” food drive will be held in conjunction with Valentine’s Day. Collection points will be manned at various locations and times during the No prescription cialis week of Feb. 14. A ‘drive through’ kick-off will be held on Saturday, Feb. 13, from ...

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Indoor: Huskies runner up at Ice Breaker Invitational

By Erik Harris BIRMINGHAM – The Birmingham CrossPlex hosted the Icebreaker indoor Invitational on Saturday and Hewitt-Trussville came away as the runner up behind Opelika in boys competition. The Huskies finished with 51 total team points to top No. 3 Hoover’s 46 and No. 4 Vestavia Hills’ 44. In girls action, Hewitt-Trussville finished 19th. Hoover dominated the girls track with 88 team points, 32 points be ...

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