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Trussville To Go expands delivery area, adds new restaurants

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- A popular local food delivery service, Trussville To Go, has expanded its delivery coverage to further include parts of Clay, Pinson, Argo and Birmingham, the owners announced in a statement released on Thursday. Trussville To Go is a restaurant delivery service that delivers meals from your favorite local restaurants to your home, office or hotel room ...

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Trinity Contractors, central Alabama’s “single source for total service”

*Sponsored content from Trinity Contractors By Crystal McGough For The Tribune Trinity Contractors has been servicing central Alabama with heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical, and general construction since 1981. Located on Simmons Drive in the heart of Trussville, Trinity has a customer base ranging up to about 60 miles from central Birmingham, covering areas such as Jefferson County, Cullman, Tuscaloos ...

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Photo Gallery: An inside look at the new Aldi concept

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports HOOVER -- Progress is being made on the new Aldi grocery store on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville. The store will represent the newest Aldi concept and design, which was created to go head-to-head with Whole Foods 365. Shoppers in the Trussville area will have to wait a few more months to check out the new design, but consumers in Hoover are already enjoying the new A ...

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Valentine’s Day is coming: 8 local ideas to celebrate

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, have you come up with a celebration to make your loved one swoon? If not, here are eight ideas from metro area businesses that are sure to help you win the day! A visit to Agnew Jewelers is always a winner! For the most impressive and longer lasting Valentine's Day gift that doesn't wilt or fade, you can never ...

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U.S. Steel reopening Fairfield furnace, credits Trump policy

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports FAIRFIELD -- United States Steel Corporation announced today the restart of construction on a technologically advanced electric arc furnace (EAF) steelmaking facility at its Tubular Operations in Fairfield. U.S. Steel previously initiated construction of the EAF in March 2015 and suspended construction in December 2015 due to unfavorable market conditions. The $215 ...

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Home & Garden Show in Trussville enters final day

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- As The Jefferson-St. Clair County Home and Garden Show 2019 enters the final day on Sunday, the event is already being called a success by vendors and attendees alike. The show began on Friday and will be open from 12 noon until 4 p.m. on Sunday at the Trussville Civic Center. Tickets are $3 and children 12 and under are permitted free. "We already kne ...

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Full house for new Full Moon Bar-B-Que in Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --  Full Moon Bar-B-Que's newest location planned a "quiet opening" in Trussville on Saturday.  But the smoke from the new restaurant's 30-foot chimney betrayed them and the crowds have been pouring in since the doors opened. The Chalkville Mountain Road location, which is operated locally by Rich Yokeley, is the 15th location for David and Joe Maluff. Th ...

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Watch history be remade this Saturday at the Old South Firearms and Trading Post

By Shaun Szkolnik For The Tribune ARGO — It has been said that those that don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.  While this is undoubtably true, it might be just as true that those who do know history are bound to reenact it.  Such a reenactment will be taking place at the Old South Firearms and Trading Post in Argo on Saturday.  The event is scheduled to begin and 9 a.m. and will run into the afterno ...

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Downtown Timeline: Braden’s corner demolition set to begin

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Changes in the downtown landscape are beginning to pick up pace. Some work will be very visible and some of the changes are not as easily seen by the public. The most obvious change is set to take place on the city's busiest intersection as the former Braden's building is set for demolition to begin. Mayor Buddy Choat said he anticipates demolition to ...

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