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To whom much is given: Faith Mortgage holds food drive for those in need

By Shaun Szkolnik for the Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Although the weather might indicate otherwise fall is upon us once again and traditionally this is the season when we reflect on the year past and celebrate the bounty it had in store for us.  We do, however, more than celebrate; we also give thanks.  We give thanks because the provisions of bounty can be inexplicable.  Plans go awry.  Mistakes are made.  Misfo ...

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New business: Farmhouse & Vintage Décor has grand opening in Springville

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports SPRINGVILLE — The Springville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a grand opening celebration for Farmhouse & Vintage Décor located at 8203 US Highway 11 in Springville. This shop is a part of a continuing business boom that has occurred these last few months throughout the community. The store is  open Thursday 10:00-6:00, Friday 10:00-5:00, Saturday 10:00-3:00, Su ...

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Trussville to hold a design and review meeting on Tuesday

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The city of Trussville will be holding a design and review meeting on Tuesday night at city hall. The agenda is as follows: Meeting Agenda Approve August Minutes Requests for Review 1) Cahaba Project Residence – 311 Brentwood Ave a) Exterior changes review 2) Bama Blaze – 112 Maple Ave a) Exterior changes b) Landscaping, Fence, Handicap ramp, Parking 3) ...

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Edgar’s Bakery in Trussville is open, here’s a look inside

By Shaun Szkolnik TRUSSVILLE – The wait is over.  The new Edgar’s Bakery of Trussville had their soft opening on Thursday morning, and the official ribbon cutting will take place on Friday at 10 a.m. Edgar's joins Slag Heap Brewing Company, Rebecca Brown’s- A Baby & Children’s Boutique, and Great Harvest Bread Company as the fourth new business to open in Trussville Downtown in the last 90 days. Related ...

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SPOC Automation launches ‘Revelation’ pump-off controller

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE - SPOC Automation has announced the launch of a new product, ‘Revelation,’ a pump-off controller. This pump-off controller uses pump cards, a graphical representation of the pump loads, and analyzes the information collected to make decisions, run diagnostics and optimize settings for those in the oil and gas production. Traditional pump-off control techn ...

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Slag Heap Brewing Co. scheduled to open Labor Day weekend

By Tommi Peters For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE - The long-anticipated grand opening of Slag Heap Brewing Company was announced today as Sat., Sept. 1. Those that frequent the downtown Trussville area have watched for over a year as the exterior at 227 Main Street morphed from its previous purpose as a karate dojo into its current aesthetic. Effective Sept. 1, they'll also get a peek inside its fully renovated i ...

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Wiggins Insurance moves from Center Point to Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – Wiggins Insurance has its fingers in many different pies. Specializing in homeowner, auto, renters, commercial, and bonds insurance, the company recently moved from Center Point to Trussville where it now resides on a rise just behind the Chevron gas station on Chalkville Mountain Lane. Wiggins is an insurance company that writes with various other comp ...

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Trussville resident continues a legacy of fashion, De’ja Ray Consignment Boutique opens in Irondale

By Annette McGuire  For The Tribune Irondale — When first stepping into De’ja Ray Consignment Boutique, you feel you have entered into an exclusive boutique. The thoughtful details are found throughout the elegant boutique from the rose gold velvet hangers to chandeliers elegantly hanging above the dressing area. De’ja Ray Consignment Boutique, located at 5415 Beacon Drive in Irondale, is a consignment bout ...

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Alabama breaks its employment record for the third month in a row

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports MONTGOMERY – Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced Friday, August 17, that Alabama has broken its employment record for the third month in a row. In July, 2,105,513 people were counted as employed, up from June’s count of 2,098,121, and up from July 2017’s count of 2,077,406, representing a yearly increase of 28,107. In July, 90,987 p ...

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Taco Bell coming to Clay in 2019

By Crystal McGough CLAY --Taco Bell will be opening a new location in the city of Clay in early 2019, Clay City Manager Ronnie Dixon announced at the city’s pre-council meeting tonight. [caption id="attachment_60510" align="alignleft" width="300"] Taco Bell will locate on property between the Piggly Wiggly shopping center and Faith Lutheran Church on Deerfoot Parkway.Photo by Cyrstal McGough[/caption] The f ...

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