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Trussville resident organizes hot meal for public servants

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – For one Trussville resident, acts of kindness are a part of every day life. One special act of kindness came to fruition over the weekend, when Beverly Cross organized a hot meal for public servants on Saturday. Cross said with all the negativity surrounding public servants recently, she wanted to so something to show appreciation for those who lay their lives on the lin ...

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Dozens of street signs stolen in Argo during recent weeks

By Megan Miller, Editor ARGO -- According to Argo Mayor Betty Bradley, 15-20 street signs have gone missing over the last several weeks in Argo. Bradley said that emergency services like firefighters, ambulances and police cars finding their way and the cost of replacing the signs are the city's top concerns at this time, especially since some signs are stolen again right after going up. "Street signs serve ...

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Center Point man wanted for violation of sex offender registration notification act

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports CENTER POINT – Stacy DeWayne Wilson, 36, is wanted on a Jefferson County felony warrant charging him with the violation of the sex offender registration notification act. Wilson is described as 6’1” and 230 pounds, and his last reported address was the 500 block of Argonne Drive. He has black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information on Wilson’s whereabouts shoul ...

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Center Point City Council shares community updates

By Bethany Adams, For the Tribune CENTER POINT—During Thursday night’s City Council meeting, Tim Gann presented the quarterly report for the Chamber of Commerce, which included the money that was raised by the charity golf tournament in October. “We netted over $5,000,” Gann said. “That’s the most we’ve ever made at a golf tournament before.” Gann also shared an update on the Center Point Comprehensive Plan ...

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Local screen-printing business offers gift options and more

By Bethany Adams, For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Christmas is calling, and with the shopping days flying by, many shoppers are searching for unique gift ideas. Recently, one popular option has been gifting items personalized with initials, names and more. From monogrammed tumblers to spiced-up t-shirts, one local business is ready to meet a wide range of customizing needs this holiday. Apparel FX, which open ...

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Pinson Council reminds public of upcoming holiday festivities

By Megan Miller, Editor PINSON – The Pinson City Council met on Thursday to take care of some seasonal business, and also look forward to the New Year. The first order of business was to vote on the Grand Marshal for the tree lighting at Bicentennial Park Friday at 7 p.m. The council unanimously agreed upon the suggested person, but wanted to hold off announcing who it was until the tree lighting. “He helps ...

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Trussville Council meets to approve promotion, hosting basketball tournament

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville City Council met in special session on Dec. 1 to approve a handful of resolutions. The council moved that Fire Captain Phillip McLaughlin be promoted to battalion chief, which comes with a salary increase. McLaughlin will go from a grade 24 step 10 employee to a grade 26 step nine employee, which was approved unanimously. Councilman Zack Steele also made a ...

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The Vape Loft is encouraging healthier lifestyles within the community

By Bethany Adams, For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- With everything from textbooks to board games going digital, it seems like nothing is escaping the e-revolution. But one innovation that has come as a result of the digital movement could mean a healthier lifestyle for some people, and one local business is here to help spread the word. Kenneth Sundberg runs the Vape Loft on Gadsden Highway, one of a handful o ...

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Center Point Eastern Star to hold sample sale

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports CENTER POINT – The Center Point Eastern Star is hosting a sample sale to benefit the local Eastern Star chapter. The sale will be held at the Center Point Masonic Lodge December 2-3. Patrons can stop by Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon, and can purchase items such as ladies accessories, jewelry, housewares, table tops, garden accessories, baby ...

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