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Clay Council awards demo bids, approves annexations

By Crystal McGough The Clay City Council, under unanimous consent, passed Resolutions 2017-19 and 2017-20 Tuesday night at its regular council meeting, awarding bids to TUC Pipeline for the demolition of two city properties. TUC Pipeline had submitted a bid to the city in the amount of $4,000 for the demolition of unsafe buildings and/or structures at 6884 Elliot Road, and another bid in the amount of $11,0 ...

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Contractor days away from final inspection of Civitan Park

By Nathan Prewett For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE – At a meeting of the Trussville Council on Tuesday night, Mayor Buddy Choat said that the Greenways Civitan Park is not far from a final inspection by the Alabama Department of Transportation. But even though the final inspection is coming up, there is still work to be done. [caption id="attachment_41471" align="alignleft" width="300"] A sidewalk on the long awa ...

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BREAKING: Large cyber attack hits European government computers, companies, banks

From Trussville Tribune staff reports A cyber attack has caused widespread disruption of computer systems in Europe, namely in Russia, the Ukraine, France and Denmark, according to Bloomberg. The attack has also affected energy companies and banks in Europe. According to the report, more than 80 companies in Russia and the Ukraine have been hit by a virus that is described as being similar to the Wannacry c ...

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Birmingham police investigate homicide at Exxon station

From Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM – Detectives from the Birmingham Police Department are investigating a homicide that occurred on June 26 the 5900 block of First Avenue North, according to a press release by the BPD. Officers from the East Precinct responded to reports of a person who had been shot. BPD officers arrived and found the victim suffering from a gunshot wound at the floor of an E ...

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Trussville local arrested, charged with multiple drug-related crimes

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – On June 19, Trussville Police conducted a raid at a house on Scenic Ridge Drive in Trussville where they found and seized multiple types of drugs and drug paraphernalia, according to a press release from the police department. Franklin Montgomery Lee, Jr., 21, of Trussville was arrested during the raid and charged with multiple crimes involving narcotics. T ...

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Argo Council holds first reading of moratorium on signage, discusses possible library

By Nathan Prewett For the Tribune ARGO – The first reading of a moratorium on the use of a billboard in the city was read by the Argo City Council on Monday night, with a second draft to be read at the next meeting in July. During this meeting, the city also voted to issue funds to make repairs to police department vehicles. [caption id="attachment_35908" align="alignleft" width="300"] Left to right: Ann Br ...

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Birmingham police investigate unidentified body found in North Avondale

From Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM – Officers from the Birmingham Police Department are investigating a body that was found at an apartment complex in North Avondale. The body was found between before 5 a.m. at Tom Brown Village. Police were then called to the scene but have not been able to identify the victim, who is a male estimated to be in his 30s. Police are currently waiting for reports ...

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Bo Jackson’s nephew commits to Auburn football

From Trussville Tribune staff reports Bo Jackson’s nephew, Shedrick Jackson, has committed to Auburn as a receiver after playing the same position at Hoover High School, according to a report by WVTM. Jackson is a three-star recruit and set to play for the Tigers in 2018. He is six-feet and one inch tall, weighing at 195 pounds. He is one of seven recruits lined up for the team. He is the number 57 wide rec ...

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Supreme Court to allow limited version of Trump travel ban

From Trussville Tribune staff reports A limited version of President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban on six majority Muslim countries will be allowed by the Supreme Court. As per his campaign promise, Trump’s proposed ban is to be temporary while the government instates vetting procedures on travelers from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. According to the Associated Press, justices of t ...

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Hummus brand recalled from Target, Publix, other stores due to listeria concerns

From Trussville Tribune staff reports Lantana White Bean Hummus with Pine Nut and Herb Topping is being recalled due to concerns of a listeria contamination, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The brand is being taken off the shelves of Walmart, Target, Publix, Fresh Market and other stores. While no illnesses have been reported yet anybody who has purchased this product should avoid it an ...

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