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At Home targets Trussville opening

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --As reported in the Tribune last May, the home decor retailer At Home is planning a move to Trussville's Pinnacle in former Belk location in the center of the shopping center. Belk has already consolidated the departments in that store into their two story store on the north end of the retail center. [caption id="attachment_38755" align="alignleft" width ...

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Tula J relocates into the old post office building

  By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- When Ashli Posey opened Tula J Boutique, she knew her store was going to grow. What she didn’t realize was how quickly it would happen. “From the beginning, we realized it was going from a hobby to a business and we would need more space,” Posey said. That’s why when she drove by the building affectionately known in Trussville as the “old post office”, she immediatel ...

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Reliable Septic doesn’t mind getting dirty to serve you

By Nathan Prewett For The Tribune MT OLIVE – Tell-tale signs of a malfunctioning septic system include bad odors and a wet spot in the yard where the tank is buried, as well as sewage backing up in the house. Some of the causes of damage include flushing foreign objects down drains, parking on the ground above the tank and flooding among other things. Tree roots growing around the pipes of a septic system a ...

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Ross Dress for Less will locate in Trussville

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- A spokesperson for Ross Dress for Less has confirmed a lease has been signed in Trussville. The store will likely be located next to Marshall's in the shopping center that houses Walmart and the Regal Cinema movie theater. Headquartered in Dublin, California, Ross Stores, Inc. officially operates under the brand name, Ross Dress for Less. It is the second- ...

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Covenant Classical School opens Trussville campus

Special to The Tribune TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting for Covenant Classical School and Daycare (CCS) in Trussville on Friday, February 17.  [caption id="attachment_38641" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo courtesy of TACC[/caption] The school officially opened on January 23 and now has more than 60 children enrolled in the daycare. According to their ...

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Birmingham company helps make dorm rooms feel like home

By Karim Shamsi-Basha Alabama News Center The Birmingham-based company, Dorm Decor, ships all kinds of furniture for dorm rooms, including beddings, shelves, chairs, desks, lamps, rugs, cubbies and art. [caption id="attachment_38608" align="alignleft" width="300"] Alison Gorrie, left, and Kate Phillips have made Dorm Decor a national business. (Karim Shamsi-Basha / Alabama NewsCenter)[/caption] Co-founders ...

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Report: “America’s firearm superstore” headed for bankruptcy

From Trussville Tribune staff reports Self-proclaimed "firearms superstore" Gander Mountain Co. is preparing to file bankruptcy, according to a report from Reuters last week. The hunting and fishing chain could file as early as this month, the report reads. Despite a booming gun market, the company just has not been able to capitalize. TheFBI carried out more than 27.5 million background checks on people se ...

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Signature Homes celebrates new model homes at Stockton community in Trussville

By Nathan Prewett For The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Nestled in the landscape of Trussville is a community of houses built by Signature Homes called Stockton. On Saturday morning the sky was gray but spirits were bright as representatives from Signature Homes and Wells Fargo invited the public to celebrate the completion of two model homes. Agents Victoria Burns and Teresa Aldrich were eager to talk ab ...

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Courtyard in Trussville shows off renovations

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting for Courtyard by Marriott in Trussville on Tuesday, February 7.  The ribbon cutting was held to unveil and celebrate recent renovations at the hotel. Courtyard by Marriott also hosted an open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. that same day, providing food, entertainment, a photo booth, and t ...

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VIZIO to pay $2.2 million settlement for logging, selling data

From Trussville Tribune staff reports VIZIO, Inc., one of the world’s largest manufacturers and sellers of internet-connected “smart” televisions, has agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission and the Office of the New Jersey Attorney General that it installed software on its TVs to collect viewing data on 11 million consumer TVs without consumers’ knowledge or consent. Th ...

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