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Home Goods is the latest retailer announced for Trussville shopping center

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The list of retailers planned for the Homestead Village retail center currently under construction on U.S. Highway 11 near Tutwiler Farm continues to grow. Signage on the site now includes the Home Goods logo. According to the company website, the store offers top brands and viagra without prescription home fashions from around the Canadian pharmacy levitra world, at prices generally 20-60 percent below depart ...

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TCS superintendent addresses chamber

Special to The Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE --Dr. Pattie Neill, Superintendent of Trussville City Schools, was the featured speaker at the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) monthly luncheon on Thursday, sponsored by the Trussville City Schools Foundation. Dr. Neill shared information on the school system’s recent accreditation. The process, she said, focused on the impact of teaching and learning, ...

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Lovelady Thrift Store to open in Clay

From Trussville Tribune staff reports CLAY --The former Winn Dixie building on Old Springville Road across from the Clay City Hall will soon have a new tenant. Lovelady Thrift store will open their second location in the former grocery store. The building has been vacant since November of 2014. The building has over 56,000 square feet, about 20,000 square feet more than the first Lovelady Thift Store, accor ...

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Five Below added to retailers in Homestead Village

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Phillip McAfee, Director of Planning for Blackwater Resources, the developer of the new Homestead Village shopping center, announced Wednesday morning to the Trussville Daybreak Rotary Club the addition of retailer Five Below to the new development. Five Below is a retailer focused on teen and pre-teen merchandise valued at $5 or less. Buzz Feed called them "America's faste ...

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Developer shares updates on new Trussville shopping center

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Demolition and land-clearing has been the focus of Blackwater Resources for the past two months in Trussville, but Director of Planning Phillip McAfee spoke to the Trussville Daybreak Rotary Club Wednesday morning to update the developer’s progress in the area. McAfee updated the club on the progress of the Homestead Village shopping center that will be located on U.S. 11 a ...

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Head of Defense Contract Management Agency visits Amerex

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Director of the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), Lieutenant General Wendy M. Masiello, toured Amerex on Jan. 6. DCMA manages more than $223 billion in Department of Defense contracts. Last year, Colonel David Hosna, commander of the DCMA Southeast region in Huntsville, Ala., toured Amerex and was impressed with its technology and Lean Manufacturing program. When Lt ...

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New Grayson Valley business offers healthy alternatives

By Chris Yow Editor GRAYSON VALLEY -- For many, the new year brings resolutions to work on the physical appearance of the body, but making a physical change must start with a mental change. A mental change in diet and commitment to exercise is vital to becoming a healthier person. That is exactly what the new Slurp! Smoothie Shop & Cafe, located on Grayson Valley Parkway in the old Smoothie Joe's locati ...

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What to expect at Trussville’s Hobby Lobby

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- With the recent announcement of a new retail shopping center coming to Trussville, Hobby Lobby was also announced as the anchor tenant. The chain craft store is certain to be a large draw for Trussville residents as 58,000 square feet of crafts await. On average, Hobby Lobby stores are 55,000 square foot buildings. Vincent Parker, a spokesperson for Hobby Lobby, said the co ...

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New funeral home open on Deerfoot Parkway

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- As drivers pass by the brand new Deerfoot Memorial Funeral Home on Deerfoot Parkway, the building on top of the hill where the road becomes a two-lane looks like a quaint funeral home. [caption id="attachment_27261" align="alignleft" width="300"] Deerfoot Memorial Funeral Home Photo by Chris Yow[/caption] General Manager Mike Sartin said despite the appearance of size, the ...

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PK Nails opens in Clay

By Chris Yow Editor CLAY -- A new nail salon is open in Clay, and owner Karen Tu is excited to be part of the Clay community at the Clay Shoppes at 5104 Old Springville Road. Tu, who has worked in the industry for more than 20 years, recently moved her business to Alabama. She previously owned a business in Massachusetts, where she finished high school and viagra online without prescription attended college. She holds a degree in Economics, ...

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