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Two new food options added to Homestead Village shopping center

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The line up for food options appears to be set for Homestead Village with the total choices growing to five eateries. Joining the previously announced Panera Bread, Jimmy John's and Zoe's Kitchen will be Frios Gourmet Pops and the fast casual restaurant Ironstone Pizza Works. The shopping center is expected to be fully open this spring. According to the ...

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Slag Heap Brewing Company’s request to locate in downtown Trussville approved by Planning and Zoning

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Joe Meadows of Slag Heap Brewing Company was seeking a conditional use application for 227 Main Street, better known for its original use as the old ice plant, Monday night. His plan is to construct a craft beer brewery in downtown Trussville. Despite a few concerns, the measure passed unanimously to send the recommendation of approval to the city council ...

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Downtown Trussville’s first craft beer brewery to go before Planning and Zoning

By Scott Buttram, publisher TRUSSVILLE --Less than 30 days after the mayor and city council cleared the way for craft beer breweries to locate in the downtown district, the first applicant is set to go before the planning and zoning board on Monday night to request approval. Joe Meadows of Slag Heap Brewing Company will seek a conditional use application for 227 Main Street, better known for its original us ...

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Chipotle Mexican Grill overcoming setbacks; sets opening date

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The opening date for the Chipotle Mexican Grill at Edwards Lake Road has been widely discussed, as several setbacks have caused the restaurant to postpone opening its doors several times. All of those obstacles, however, seem to be out of the way. A spokesperson for the restaurant told The Tribune the planned opening date is now April 1. According to the c ...

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Chalkville woman pens devotional for grieving parents

  By Chris Yow Editor CHALKVILLE -- When a child dies, it can be a heartbreaking experience. Chalkville resident Debra Ann Gray-Elliot knows that feeling all too well. To combat those feelings, however, she has put together a book of devotionals designed for parents who have lost children. Elliot's daughter dies in 2013 from AIDS. Her story is something Elliot wants to tell. After leaving home at 18, E ...

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Logan tops weekend box office list; La La Land still among top 10

By Jake Coyle Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - The R-rated "X-Men" spinoff "Logan" slashed into the weekend box office, opening with a massive $85.3 million in North American theaters, according to studio estimates Sunday, while best-picture winner "Moonlight" got a significant, if far from superhero-sized, Oscar bump. The debut of 20th Century Fox's "Logan," starring Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, ranks among ...

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JeffCo restaurant ratings include Trussville, Pinson, Center Point establishments

Smoke Free Name Type Address Score Date Yes ZAXBYS Food Service Establishment 282 PALISADES BOULEVARD BIRMINGHAM AL 35209 96 2/21/2017 Yes ANOTHER BROKEN EGG CAFE Food Service Establishment 2418 MONTEVALLO ROAD MOUNTAIN BROOK AL 35223 78 2/21/2017 Yes JERSEY MIKES SUBS Food Service Establishment 2910 18TH STREET HOMEWOOD AL 35209 84 2/21/2017 Yes HONEYBAKED HAM COMPANY #801 Retail Food Store 601 MONTGOMERY ...

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Shine, Trussville, Shine!

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The Trussville Civic Center was awash with glitz and glam Friday night as the venue played host to Night to Shine, a celebration for people with special needs. The event, which was held in cities all across the country, was sponsored by the Time Tebow Foundation and locally by CrossPoint Church. In addition to dancing to a live band and enjoying great f ...

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Award winning jazz musician Al Jarreau dies at 76

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports Just three days after retirement legendary jazz singer Al Jarreau has passed away at 76 according to the Associated Press. Jarreau recently retired after fifty years in the music business and winning the Grammy awards in jazz, pop and R&B. His song, “We're in This Love Together," became one of his most famous singles and was on the album “Breakin’ Away,” which w ...

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Alabama music groups nominated for 2017 Grammy Awards

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports The soul rock band Alabama Shakes and the gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama have been nominated for the 59th Grammy Annual Awards according to AL.com. These groups are far from being strangers to the Grammys. Alabama Shakes won three awards in 2016, with the Blind Boys of Alabama have won five so far. Alabama Shakes of Athens have been nominated for their song, ...

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