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Flood advisory issued for Jefferson, St. Clair counties

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM --The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued a flood advisory for Jefferson County and no prescription viagra sale the west central portion of St. Clair County until 4:30 p.m. on Sunday. According to NWS, radar indicates heavy rain due to thunderstorms will cause heavy flooding. Up to one inch of rain has fallen and an additional one or two inches may come through later p ...

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Trussville dog park supporters plan informational meeting

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --A dog park has long been high on the wish list for many Trussville residents. In February, several of those residents plan to gather to discuss the possibility of making the wish a reality. They have already set up a Facebook page to discuss ideas and build community support. Among those leading the charge is Jaime Anderson. According to Anderson, she i ...

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Sunday morning storms down trees, damage buildings in Jefferson, Blount counties

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY --Early Sunday morning, the latest wave of severe weather swept through Jefferson and Blount counties. The storm produced straight line winds that downed trees across the clomid without prescription fast shipping area and caused structural damage, particularly in the Oneonta area. Alabama Power reported about 4,000 power outages. According to the National Weather Service in Birmingham, the ...

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The Compassion Experience to give Trussville a chance to “change the story”

By Chris Yow, Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Wondering what living in poverty is really like? Not American poverty, but what it’s like to live in Uganda or Bolivia. Compassion International has teamed up with North Park Baptist Church to bring The Compassion Experience to Trussville. The four day expo will be set up in the parking lot of the church from Jan. 20-23. The Compassion Experience is designed to educate vis ...

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JeffCo Supt. Pouncey says desegregation laws won’t allow PVHS students to transfer from ‘failing’ school

By Chris Yow and Lee Weyhrich For The Tribune PINSON -- Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Dr. Craig Pouncey spoke with the Pinson City Council regarding the recent inclusion of Pinson Valley High School on the ‘failing’ schools list. [caption id="attachment_22243" align="alignleft" width="300"] Pinson Valley High School. submitted photo[/caption] According to Pouncey, the issue is less reflective of t ...

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TPD arrests one following chase, crash in stolen car; two suspects at large

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville police arrested one suspect Friday morning in a brief car chase in the city. According to Captain Jeff Bridges, three suspects were in a stolen car, and attempted to elude police on South Chalkville Road before crashing. Two of the suspects fled on foot, but  Javhon Marquis Robinson, 25, of Center Point, is charged with second degree receiving s ...

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HT’s Mauldin named region, state baseball coach of the year

The National Federation of State High School Associations has named Hewitt-Trussville baseball coach Jeff Mauldin both the Alabama Coach of the Year and the South Sectional Coach of the Year for 2016 after leading the Huskies to their first state baseball championship in March. [caption id="attachment_21078" align="alignleft" width="300"] Hewitt-Trussville head coach Jeff Mauldin.File photo Ron Burkett/The ...

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Pinson council will fund maintenance for PVHS football team

By Lee Weyhrich For The Tribune PINSON -- The Pinson City Council voted Thursday night to fund some projects for the school’s athletic program. The council voted to spend $10,416.81 to pay for football field maintenance, work to the field house, reconditioning helmets for football and best place to buy clomid online an outstanding water bill of $2,471.81. [caption id="attachment_12724" align="alignleft" width="300"] Pinson City Hall[/capt ...

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Trussville council identfies city projects in need of completion

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville City Council met to discuss several projects around the city, and what projects are most important to complete. Mayor Buddy Choat said one of the major complaints he's heard from citizens since taking over the office was the city starting projects but not completing them. [caption id="attachment_28298" align="alignleft" width="164"] Mayor Buddy Choat[/caption ...

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Heavy rain is the biggest threat Thursday

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The National Weather Service in Birmingham forecast calls for a chance of severe weather coming in waves through Saturday. However, according to AlabamaWX.com, the biggest threat for central Alabama on Thusday may be very heavy rainfall. "Even though the SPC has much of the southern two thirds of the state in a “Marginal Risk” for severe weather today, ...

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