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Salon Blonde opens in Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — A brand new salon opened in Trussville on Thursday.  Salon Blonde brings many years of salon experience to the area. [caption id="attachment_70586" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo courtesy of the Salon Blonde Facebook page[/caption] “I have been in the business for over 27 years, owning a salon in Tennessee,” said owner/stylist Jennifer Hood. Salon ...

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Opinion: Thoughts on 2019 outlook

By David R. Guttery Finance TRUSSVILLE — Volatility never really goes away.  Indeed, the 15 months between November of 2016 and February of last year were unique in that volatility was largely absent, but over time, such is a constant of the market.  As we’ve discussed in prior articles, markets are simply discounting mechanisms.  They constantly re-price risk as the landscape changes.  Don’t confuse discou ...

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Alabama’s average weekly wages at second highest level

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports MONTGOMERY – Employment and job counts have once again reached record levels, according to the Alabama Department of Labor. In November, 2,128,082 people were counted as employed, an increase of 46,330 from November 2017. Wage and salary employment, which measures the number of jobs our economy is supporting, grew to 2,069,800, representing a yearly increase of 35,4 ...

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New state-of-the-art Taco Bell to open in Clay this Sunday

By Crystal McGough Copy Editor CLAY — The new Taco Bell in Clay will officially be open for business this Sunday, Dec. 23. There will be a VIP ribbon cutting and breakfast with Mayor Charles Webster and the Clay City Council at 7 a.m. “They want everybody to come,” Clay City Manager Ronnie Dixon said at Tuesday’s pre-council meeting. “They’re going to...serve breakfast.” [caption id="attachment_69087" align ...

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Carter Antiques, a unique destination for the thing you always wanted, but never knew where to find

By Shaun Szkolnik For The Tribune ARGO — Carter Antiques, which had its grand opening on Dec. 1, is one of this community’s most unique destinations for the thing you always wanted, but didn’t know where to find. The beautiful new location boasts an assortment of furniture that includes everything from Victorian to mid-century modern, to contemporary pieces, and even primitive farm tables that co-owner Mike ...

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Trussville’s West Avenue Boutique brings home major business award

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE —  The Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama (CCAA) and the Business Council of Alabama (BCA) announced the “Alabama Small Business of the Year” and “Emerging Small Business of the Year” award winners during the CCAA-BCA annual meeting on Friday at The Harbert Center in Birmingham. [caption id="attachment_68234" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo c ...

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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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