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Hewitt-Trussville baseball shakes up concessions for 2015 season

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The concession stand at Phil English Field is going to be crazy this spring. The Trussville City Board of Education on Monday approved Crazy Horse restaurant in Argo to provide concessions for the 2015 Hewitt-Trussville baseball season. Board members’ main concern was of keeping concession items priced competitively. They were assured prices would remain competitive with other co ...

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Winn-Dixie completes Trussville remodel

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Winn-Dixie’s renovation of the Trussville store is one of three major remodels the company has completed in the greater Birmingham area. The Trussville Winn-Dixie store is located on Main Street. “We value our customers in the Trussville area, and we are excited for them to experience our enhanced Winn-Dixie store and all of its improved and expanded features,” said Drew Elk ...

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Business briefs: Guthrie’s could open Trussville location

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The fast food chicken restaurant Guthrie’s could open a Trussville location. Trussville City Clerk Lynn Porter said Guthrie’s was looking at the former car lot beside Taco Bell on North Chalkville Road in the fall, but said she hasn’t heard anything since. The building at the car lot was recently demolished. Guthrie’s did not respond to a message seeking comment. Guthrie’s has Al ...

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5 Deerfoot Parkway parcels auctioned off

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Five parcels along Deerfoot Parkway in Trussville were auctioned off Thursday to three different bidders. Each parcel was auctioned off individually. VIDEO: Go inside the Deerfoot Parkway auction. Steeplechase Land, LLC won parcels 1, 2 and 3. Parcel No. 1 was sold for $27,300, or $3,000 per acre. Parcel No. 2 was sold for $63,700, or $7,000 per acre. Parcel No. 3 was sold for $1 ...

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A new year means a new market

By Dave Parrish It has become a tradition of sorts to open up each year with examination of the state of the real estate market. This year is no different except in what I have to report. For the past couple years we have experienced some tentative signs of recovery. Last year was indeed a very different year, the kind that should put at least a hint of a smile on the face of homeowners. The bulk of the hou ...

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Trussville superintendent speaks at Chamber luncheon Jan. 15

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville City Schools Superintendent Pattie Neill will be the featured speaker at the Thursday, Jan. 15 Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon. The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Trussville Civic Center. Reservations are $17 each and are needed by noon Tuesday, Jan. 13. [caption id="attachment_18761" align="alignleft" width="200"] Trussville City Schools Superin ...

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St. Vincent’s East announces new advisory board members

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- St. Vincent’s East has announced the addition of three new advisory board members -- Joe Freeman, Bonnie Hicks and Foster Ware III. There are now 11 members of the St. Vincent’s East Advisory Board. Together, they’re focused on working with the community and its leaders to identify and address the health care needs of the area. [caption id="attachment_10025" align="alignleft ...

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December customer service award winner named

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The monthly customer service award was presented to Massey Willingham of Trussville Pediatric Dentistry at the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon Dec. 18 at the Trussville Civic Center. [caption id="attachment_18642" align="alignleft" width="300"] Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce Board President June Mathews with Massey Willinghamphoto courtesy of Diane ...

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Trussville business donates to fire department, schools

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Home Depot in Trussville recently delivered supplies and gift certificates to the Trussville Fire Department and the four Trussville schools. [caption id="attachment_18631" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Home Depot Store Manager Elena Horn, left, with members of the Trussville Fire Department at Station No. 1. submitted photo[/caption] Part of The Home Depot’s Eight ...

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Business briefs: Tortugas Cafe in Trussville closes

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Tortugas Cafe in Trussville closed Sunday, Dec. 21, according to Ponder Properties, the leasing agent for the Trussville Plaza Shopping Center on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville. The restaurant, which features Chicago style pizza, was open less than a year. It was owned by Paul and Dawn Gagliano, who also have a Tortugas Cafe in Meadowbrook in the U.S. 280 corridor. Ponder Properti ...

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