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It’s really going to happen: Construction begins on Trussville’s downtown revitalization project next month

By Tanna M. Friday Editor TRUSSVILLE — Tuesday, during Trussville’s regularly scheduled council meeting, the Council approved an 18-month contract with Russo Corporation beginning the first phase of the city’s revitalization project known as Quadrant One. Plans for a major redesign for the downtown area have been part of the city’s future outlook for years including Mayor Buddy Choat's unveiling of the down ...

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Chicken Salad Chick, Metro Diner eye spring opening in Trussville, developer to collect $750K in incentives

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Two of the more anticipated entries to the Trussville dining scene, Chicken Salad Chick and Metro Diner are slated to open in the Spring of 2019, according to a report in the Birmingham Business Journal. The retail development that will include the two restaurants is between Calumet Parkway and Tutwiler Drive at 2050 and 2058 Gadsden Highway. The restau ...

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Y’all Come Eat: New dinner delivery service now available in Trussville and surrounding areas

From the Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — Y’all Come Eat is open for business and delivering home cooked meals to areas within 30 miles of Moody.  The dinner delivery service is excited to help bring busy families back to the dinner table. [caption id="attachment_65412" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo courtesy of Y'all Come Eat[/caption] “As a mom of five, I understand how busy life gets a ...

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Springville City Council welcomes Gunter Oil Inc.; approves bid for paving throughout town

by Tommi O. Peters For the Tribune SPRINGVILLE – With potential severe weather on the way, Fire Chief Richard Harvey took the opportunity to note that city shelters would be open for the evening, as is standard protocol. He reiterated, “Anytime we have a tornado watch, the shelters will be open. We don’t wait for a warning to open them.” Preceded by a Work Session and Public Hearings, council members moved ...

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How much did your city collect in online sales tax?

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Beginning on October first of 2018, the state of Alabama started requiring online retailers who shipped goods to Alabama to collect state and local sales tax. The law is limited to companies that do more than $250,000 in business in the state each year. Prior to that, many online retailers such as Amazon were already voluntarily collecting and remitting ...

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New business to give expecting parents a 4D “peek” at their babies; opens in Trussville on Saturday

By Shaun Szkolnik For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE — A new business is coming to Trussville on Saturday, Nov. 3.  Peek At Me 4D will provide expecting parents with the chance to take an early “peek” at their babies while using the latest in 4D ultrasound technology. [caption id="attachment_65114" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo courtesy of Peek At Me 4D[/caption] Owner Amanda Maynor, a Virginia College gradu ...

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Pho Sizzle now open: New restaurant brings pho, bubble tea and rolled ice-cream to Trussville

By Shaun Szkolnik for the Tribune TRUSSVILLE — Three of the most popular items in food right now are pho, bubble tea and rolled ice cream. Until today none of these delights were available in Trussville. With the opening of Pho Sizzle, in the same shopping center as Kohl’s and Pet Smart, all that changes. Pho Sizzle is bringing authentic Vietnamese cuisine to this corner of the world. As Vivian Nguyen expla ...

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Aldi signs lease for Homestead Village space, new store concept coming to Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Aldi has signed a lease to take over the space in Homestead Village that was once planned for a Fresh Market.  The long-expected move was confirmed on Thursday by Miller Terry of Blackwater Resources. The new store is expected to open in April. According to Terry of Blackwater, Aldi will occupy 21,950-square-feet and plans to bring their new concept des ...

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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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