You Are Here: Home » Articles posted by admin(banhammer)

Clay-Chalkville scores school record in win over Huffman

By Rich Durazzo CLAY -- Clay-Chalkville scored the most points in a game in school history and cruised to a 65-14 win over Class 6A, Region 6 foe Huffman on Friday at Cougar Stadium. VIDEO: Highlights and post-game reaction The first quarter started with a boom when Cougars junior quarterback Tyrell Pigrome ran for a 72-yard touchdown in the first minute and a half. The Huffman offense came back firing with ...

Read more

Pinson Valley drops tough game at Gardendale

By Erik Harris GARDENDALE -- This one was tabbed as “The Battle of the Councilmen” three days before kickoff. But once the fans gathered and the Driver Stadium lights were lit, there were no legislators lacing up, only a record-setting Gardendale offense and a Pinson Valley defense coming off consecutive shutouts. Although the Rockets fell short of another historic night, they did enough to win the Class 6A ...

Read more

Vestavia coach earns state record in 14-3 win at Hewitt-Trussville

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Hewitt-Trussville is seeing yellow. The Huskies struggled with penalties again this Friday and fell to No. 10 Vestavia Hills 14-3 on a wet field at Jack Wood Stadium. The win is No. 310 of Rebels head coach Buddy Anderson’s career, surpassing Waldon Tucker for the most in Alabama high school football history. VIDEO: Highlights and post-game reaction The loss is a tough blow for H ...

Read more

Trussville PD reports robbery at Highway 11 business

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Police Department is investigating after a woman was allegedly robbed at Plato’s Closet on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville on Friday morning. Lt. Jeff Bridges said a black male in his 20s held a pistol to a woman’s head and demanded her money at about 9 a.m.  She was in the parking lot at Plato’s Closet in the 1800 block of Gadsden Highway, Bridges said. The suspect ...

Read more

2 from Hewitt-Trussville earn TD Club awards

From staff reports Two Hewitt-Trussville football players earned Southeastern Touchdown Club of Birmingham awards today. Junior quarterback Zac Thomas was named the Week 2 Player of the Week. [caption id="attachment_16190" align="alignleft" width="300"] Zac Thomas and Trevian Jenkins receive their awards.photo courtesy of Hewitt-Trussville Athletics[/caption] The Student-Athlete of the Week was senior runni ...

Read more

Clay dog ordinance ruled unconstitutional

By Gary Lloyd CLAY -- The vicious dog ordinance in Clay has been ruled unconstitutional. An order from Jefferson County Judge Joseph Boohaker’s courtroom today acknowledges that it is “unconstitutional as being in violation of substantive and procedural due process rights of the Plaintiffs guaranteed to them by the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.”  The trial was over last Tuesday. At ...

Read more

Take a look at the Husky Field design

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Want to know what Husky Field will look like when it’s completed? Look no further. The Husky, which is now on Hewitt-Trussville football players’ helmets, will be the midfield mascot, spanning from 45-yard line to 45-yard line. [caption id="attachment_16183" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Husky Field designphoto courtesy of Trussville City Schools[/caption] “I think it looks ...

Read more

Paving coming for Clay-Palmerdale Road

By Gary Lloyd CLAY -- Paving is on the horizon for Clay-Palmerdale Road. Jefferson County officials earlier this week identified five roads they hope to pave before winter, when it becomes too cold to pave. One of those roads is Clay-Palmerdale Road, which stretches from Old Springville Road in Clay to Alabama Highway 75 in Pinson. [caption id="attachment_11128" align="alignleft" width="300"] This sign is a ...

Read more

Training classes begin Sept. 23 for those interested in fostering

From staff reports For those looking to make a difference in the lives of children, becoming a foster parent provides an opportunity to help a child in need. Youth Villages is currently in need of caring adults in the Trussville area to open their homes to children who have suffered abuse, neglect or abandonment. These children need families who will care for them until they can return to their birth famili ...

Read more

Pinson to discuss trash collection contract

By Gary Lloyd PINSON -- The Pinson City Council at its next meeting will discuss the possibility of a citywide trash collection contract. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Pinson City Hall. At the last meeting, a first reading was given to a request for proposals for a new trash collection contract. Mayor Hoyt Sanders said there will be discussion about it at this week’s meetin ...

Read more

Created by FerretNet - (http://www.ferretnet.com), AdLab and Filmdog Media (http://www.filmdogmedia.com). Content & Website Copyright 2012 by the Trussville Tribune.

Scroll to top