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New restaurant, event space announced for Trussville Downtown

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE  --It has long been known that a second craft brewery, Ferus, would follow Slagheap Brewing Company into the downtown area, but now details are emerging for the additional elements of the 23,000 square foot building at the end of Morrow Avenue. [caption id="attachment_55301" align="alignleft" width="300"] Ferus Eatery becomes the third restaurant with pla ...

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Amerex wins major safety award from Occupational Health & Safety Administration

By Nathan Prewett For the Tribune TRUSSVILLE — Today was a day of celebration for Amerex in Trussville after receiving a significant safety award from the Occupational Health & Safety Administration or OSHA. Amerex was recently selected as a Voluntary Protection Programs or VPP worksite recognizing its workplace safety efforts. [caption id="attachment_55241" align="alignleft" width="300"] The VPP flag p ...

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Top Business Stories: Aldi, Metro Diner, Chicken Salad Chick

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports Our top recent business stories include new restaurants eyeing Trussville and a possible new look and location for a current Trussville business. Click the links below to read the full story. Aldi new design concept similar to 365 by Whole Foods, may be headed to Trussville Here’s a look at the Aldi design approved by Design Review Committee Metro Diner, Chicken Sal ...

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Upholding the legacy: New company president maintains Amerex tradition of service

By June Mathews For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE - While the progression from practicing law to becoming president of one of the largest manufacturers of fire extinguishers in the world might seem a bit of a winding career path, for Harrison Bishop it was relatively straightforward. As a partner at Birmingham’s, Maynard Cooper & Gale law firm, he handled corporate matters for McWane and its family of companie ...

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Kirkland’s relocating to Homestead Village

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --In a change of plans, Kirkland's, a home decor store, will relocate from the Pinnacle to Homestead Village on U.S. Highway 11. The retailer had originally planned to build a free-standing store next to the Tutwiler subdivision across the highway from Homestead Village. That move was approved by the city council in a rezoning vote in March of 2017. Relat ...

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