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Trussville shopping center sells for $5.4 million

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Village in Trussville, a shopping center housing Fresh Value Marketplace among many other tenants, recently soldfor $5.4 million according to the Birmingham Business Journal. [caption id="attachment_10570" align="alignleft" width="300"] Fresh Value Marketplace in TrussvilleFile photo[/caption] The shopping center is located at 305 Main Street in Trussville.  The buyer was re ...

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JB’s Place to open this week

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Johnny Bruce is no stranger to the restaurant business. He’s been in it since 1992, in fact. The former Banks High School football star turned business owner has seen his share of restaurants come and go, but this time it’s different. [caption id="attachment_25464" align="alignleft" width="230"] JB's Place is open now in the old Codzilla's building on Gadsden Hwy. Photo by ...

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Mr. Chen’s opens in Trussville

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Although successful for many years, chinese restaurant Lee Garden closed its doors to make way for Mr. Chen’s Chinese Cooking to open late August of this year. [caption id="attachment_25462" align="alignleft" width="300"] The outside sign at Mr. Chen's. Photo by Chris Yow[/caption] Mr. Chen’s, now with four locations, chose Trussville because of the fact it wasn’t a start-f ...

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Mike and Mike’s hold ribbon cutting

[caption id="attachment_25196" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Photo courtesy of Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce[/caption] From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at Mike and Mike's Complete Auto Care on Tuesday, Sept. 22, according to a press release from the TACC. Owners, Mike and Gary Houser, have been lifetime residents of Trussville and are ex ...

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Lemak adds a pair of new physicians

By Chris Yow Editor  BIRMINGHAM -- Lemak Health is adding a pair of new physicians to their office, as Dr. Kenneth Jaffe and Dr. Jordan Case will join the Lemak team. [caption id="attachment_25164" align="alignleft" width="138"] Ken Jaffe[/caption] Jaffe, a native of Birmingham, graduated from the Univ. of Alabama, and received his medical degree from the UAB, where he finished his orthopedic surgery reside ...

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Something to do in your Spare Time

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Looking for something fun to do, but don’t want to go too far away? Look no further than Trussville and the newly-renovated Spare Time Entertainment Center. [caption id="attachment_25009" align="alignleft" width="300"] The main house of Spare Time houses 25 bowling lanes. Photo by Jason Bradley[/caption] On the heels of a renovation costing upwards of $4 million, that was r ...

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Jefferson Memorial to build new mausoleum

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- The Jefferson Memorial Gardens are in the process of beginning construction on another mausoleum, an addition to the existing Abbey Mausoleum. [caption id="attachment_24764" align="alignleft" width="300"] Brian Seal shows where the new addition to the Abbey Mausoleum will be while his brother, Adam Seal, observes. Photo courtesy of Jefferson Memorial Gardens[/caption] Jeffe ...

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Trussville Zaxby’s donates to good cause

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE – The Zaxby’s restaurant franchise will donate 20 percent of its Wednesday sales to Make-A-Wish Alabama, and the Trussville chain, located on Crossings Blvd., has decided to participate. Make-A-Wish Alabama is an organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. 59 locations from across the state will participate in Make-A-Wish Wednesday ...

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A new look for some older buildings in downtown Trussville

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE --There has been a lot of talk about attracting new businesses to downtown Trussville as the city continues to focus on redevelopment, but there may also be some good news for existing businesses downtown. Jef Freeman, chairman of the Downtown Redevelpment Authority, recently asked Dave Reese of TurnerBatson Architects to create artist renderings of how some existing buildings mi ...

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Clay business purchased for $1 million

From Tribune staff reports CLAY --Safeguard Storage in Clay has been purchased by a Georgia company for $1 million, according to insideselfstorage.com. The business is located at 6401 Old Springville Road. According to the report, Mark and Calvin Byrd recently purchased Safeguard Storage in Clay, Ala., for $1 million. The property consists of 43,200 square feet of storage space as well as an office with a r ...

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