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Study says Alabama is one of the most affected states by Trump’s trade war with Mexico

From Trussville Tribune staff reports With President Donald Trump’s plans for financing the soon-to-be-constructed border wall with Mexico sparking concerns about a possible trade battle between our two nations, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017's States Most Affected by Trade War with Mexico. In order to gauge the impact of the economic fallout with Mexico on ind ...

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Real estate title and settlement business opens in Trussville

Special to the Tribune TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting for Reli Settlement Solutions on Friday, Feb. 3.  A real estate title and settlement services provider headquartered in Birmingham, Reli has 11 offices in Alabama, Florida and Tennessee. The company is located at 1976 Gadsden Highway, Suite 105, in Trussville. Please call (205) 262-2480 or visit www.re ...

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Elite Jewelers “love” serving Trussville

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Downtown Trussville has changed quite a bit in the 16 years Elite Jewelers has been in their location. From their windows, the shop has seen many businesses come and go. For Ann Mitchell, though, being in Trussville has been a blessing. [caption id="attachment_38148" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Valentine's Day package. Photo by Chris Yow[/caption] After several years ...

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Fire Wok opens in Center Point

From Trussville Tribune staff reports CENTER POINT -- Center Point city leaders and Chamber of Commerce members held a ribbon cutting at a new restaurant in the city. Fire Wok, an Asian cuisine bistro, has opened its doors. The restaurant is located at 2300 Center Point Parkway. Fire Wok owner was previously associated with The Palace in Trussville. [caption id="attachment_38065" align="alignleft" width="30 ...

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Ascension leader Neeysa Biddle announces retirement from St. Vincent’s Health System; Jason Alexander named new market leader 

      Special to The Tribune BIRMINGHAM – Longtime healthcare executive Neeysa Biddle has announced her retirement as Senior Vice President, Ascension Healthcare, and Birmingham Ministry Market Executive, serving as President and CEO of St. Vincent’s Health System (STVHS), effective June 30. She plans to continue working with Ascension’s newly created Consulting Network, LLC, through which sh ...

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Chipotle approved for alcohol license, eyes opening date

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville City Council unanimously approved the sale of alcohol for Chipotle Mexican Grill on Morrow Ave. at their meeting Tuesday night. A spokesperson for Chipotle said the business is ABC board approved and a member of the Responsible Vendor program. He went on to say the restaurant plans to open around the first of March this year. This will be the fourth location i ...

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Home health company Comfort Care opens Trussville location.

Soecial to The Tribune TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting for Comfort Care Home Health - Trussville on Thursday, January 19. Comfort Care also hosted an open house that same day, providing food and tours for the community at the event. Comfort Care employs about 60 people in the Trussville area, including licensed nurses, physical therapists, speech therapist ...

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Hicks found her passion 30 years ago, success continues in 2015-16

By Chris Yow For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- Real Estate wasn’t the plan for Bonnie Hicks. A corporate woman with Blue Cross/Blue Shield for nine years, getting into the business wasn’t even on her radar. But when her children began going to school and were forced to attend early morning daycare and after school care, she realized the need to get out of the corporate world. Still, though, real estate wasn’t t ...

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Sonic in Trussville providing free breakfast to on-duty first responders

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The crew at Sonic on Main Street in Trussville made it to work after a major winter weather event and went to work taking care of first responders. [caption id="attachment_37512" align="alignleft" width="300"] After a night of winter weather problems, Sonic on Main Street in Trussville is providing free breakfast to on-duty first responders.[/caption] A ...

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For Wilbur’s, business is about relationships

By Chris Yow, For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Since 1979, Wilbur's has serviced the greater Birmingham area, and the reason for the company's longevity is simple: Wilbur's believes in people. Wilbur began working in maintenance as a teenager, and after a few years he was offered a job with a plumber. Once he mastered the craft, he took his talent and went out on his own. Armed with a truck and the knowledge he ...

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