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Birmingham Academy of Martial Arts shows off new renovations

Special to The Tribune TRUSSVILLE – The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) hosted a ribbon cutting for Birmingham Academy of Martial Arts (BMA) in Trussville on Monday, March 6, to celebrate a major renovation of their building.  BMA first opened in another location in 2005. They moved to their current location in 2007, and in 2008, they expanded by purchasing the office next door. BMA is located at ...

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Slag Heap Brewing Company’s request to locate in downtown Trussville approved by Planning and Zoning

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Joe Meadows of Slag Heap Brewing Company was seeking a conditional use application for 227 Main Street, better known for its original use as the old ice plant, Monday night. His plan is to construct a craft beer brewery in downtown Trussville. Despite a few concerns, the measure passed unanimously to send the recommendation of approval to the city council ...

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Knockerball offers a different activity for Spring Break

By Nathan Prewett For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE – If you’ve never heard of Knockerball, that’s because it hasn’t been around long. Ryan Hammock, owner of Knockerball Trussville, described it as “very new,” saying, “It’s only been around for maybe three or four years now. But we’re bringing it here in full force.” Hammock is a Springville resident that spent some time in the Marine Corps and was medically disch ...

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Downtown Trussville’s first craft beer brewery to go before Planning and Zoning

By Scott Buttram, publisher TRUSSVILLE --Less than 30 days after the mayor and city council cleared the way for craft beer breweries to locate in the downtown district, the first applicant is set to go before the planning and zoning board on Monday night to request approval. Joe Meadows of Slag Heap Brewing Company will seek a conditional use application for 227 Main Street, better known for its original us ...

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Home Goods sets target opening date at Homestead Village

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Home Goods store, a division of TJX Companies, has reported it has set a target date for a grand opening at the Homestead Village location. According to a spokesperson, the store is planning to open April 23, meaning it will not be far behind the opening of anchor store Hobby Lobby. Home Goods specializes in name brand furniture, linens, cooking produc ...

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Hitchcock-Maddox breaks ground on addition to their building in downtown Trussville

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- A groundbreaking ceremony -- in more ways than one. As Richard Hitchcock explained the process, he held up an apple. Hitchcock explained the many steps that must be taken to reap the benefits of an apple, equating that process to downtown Trussville. This will be the first work done with monies from a grant program established by the city of Trussville through its downtown ...

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First Community Mortgage in Trussville helps people “live their dream of being homeowners”

  By Nathan Prewett For the Trussville Tribune TRUSSVILLE – There’s something about assisting people looking to buy a home that Donna Lowery finds satisfying. In her more than twenty years of operating First Community Mortgage in Trussville, she’s developed a love of working with not just with her clients but the community she lives in. [caption id="attachment_38884" align="alignleft" width="200"] Donn ...

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Hobby Lobby in Trussville sets target on opening date

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- According to Bob Miller of Hobby Lobby, the store has its targeted opening date. Hobby Lobby currently has 23 locations in Alabama. The Trussville store is projected to open in April, with a target of April 10. The location will bring about 35 to 50 jobs to the community paying $15.35 per hour for full-­time and $10.23 per hour for part-­time associates. “ ...

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At Home targets Trussville opening

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --As reported in the Tribune last May, the home decor retailer At Home is planning a move to Trussville's Pinnacle in former Belk location in the center of the shopping center. Belk has already consolidated the departments in that store into their two story store on the north end of the retail center. [caption id="attachment_38755" align="alignleft" width ...

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Tula J relocates into the old post office building

  By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- When Ashli Posey opened Tula J Boutique, she knew her store was going to grow. What she didn’t realize was how quickly it would happen. “From the beginning, we realized it was going from a hobby to a business and we would need more space,” Posey said. That’s why when she drove by the building affectionately known in Trussville as the “old post office”, she immediatel ...

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