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Trussville new home values top $300K average, leads Birmingham metro area in residential construction starts

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --After a steep decline in new home construction in 2006, virtually every city in metro Birmingham began a prolonged struggle to renew residential growth. Low interest rates and an improved economy helped the new home construction market to gain traction and forward progress has been underway since 2012 with a surge in 2015. While new home starts have not ...

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Power Grid Engineering moving to Trussville

From The Trussille Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --When Power Grid Engineering makes a move to Trussville, the company won't have far to go. They are currently just outside the Trussville city limits inside Birmingham on Vann Road. But the move to 820 Watterson Curve will be big for the company, almost doubling the work space from 3,100 square feet to 6,000 square feet, according to the Birmingham Busine ...

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Google to break ground on data center in North Alabama

From The Trussville Tribune staff JACKSON COUNTY —  Google plans to break ground this month on their first data center in Alabama. Google, part of parent company Alphabet Inc., will hold an invitation-only ceremonial groundbreaking at the Jackson County facility on April 9 and will mark the launch for the construction of the second new data center in the U.S. since 2007 and the 14th site globally for Google ...

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St. Vincent’s East to end baby deliveries July 1

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --St. Vincent's announced on Monday that birth deliveries at the St. Vincent's East campus will end on July 1. Following that date, all baby deliveries will take place on the St. Vincent's Birmingham campus. "Over the last few months, we have been collaborating closely with our St. Vincent’s East OB/GYN Department on the best way to serve our OB/GYN patie ...

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Alabama Card Systems, Inc. moves headquarters to Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — Alabama Card Systems, Inc. has moved its headquarters to Trussville after over 20 years in Roebuck. The new headquarters will be located on Edwards Lakes Parkway. “We are excited to renew our commitment to the Birmingham area and look forward to another 20 years serving the entire state of Alabama,” said Pete Drake, who is president of Alabama Card Syst ...

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Bedzzz Express owner sells company, will remain headquartered in Birmingham

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM — Mattress company Bedzzz Express, which has been in business for 23 years, has been sold but will remain headquartered in Birmingham. Former owner Keith Krininger sold the company to Clark Cooper, who is a Birmingham native. “I am excited about the opportunities of being part of such a dynamic and outstanding Alabama-based company and sharing its success ...

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Trussville location of Full Moon Bar-B-Que set for Fall 2018

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The 15th location of the Full Moon Bar-B-Que brand is set to open in Trussville in Fall of this year. The location is slated to open in front of K-Mart in the Trussville Shopping Center off the Clay Chalkville exit. “The city of Trussville is excited to welcome Full Moon Bar-B-Que to our community,” commented Trussville Mayor Buddy Choat. “Full Moon Bar ...

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VIDEO: Trussville Walmart associates’ national anthem rendition was a shopper stopper

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Walmart in Trussville held a ribbon cutting for their new pick-up service in Trussville earlier this week. One of the Walmart associates, Sabrina Barnes, sang the Star Spangled Banner and stopped shoppers in their tracks with her beautiful rendition of the song. The passion and patriotism in Barnes' voice is undeniable and there's good reason for her st ...

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