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Sheriff’s office investigating shooting at Center Point apartments

From Trussville Tribune staff reports CENTER POINT -- Jefferson County deputies are investigating a shooting at an apartment complex in Center Point. Just after 9 p.m. Wednesday, deputies responded to a report of shots being fired in the 1900 block of Bond Circle in Center Point. They arrived to find a 40-year-old male victim suffering from a gunshot wound to his leg. The victim was transported to an area h ...

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U.S. News & World Report: Hewitt-Trussville named 13th best high school in Alabama

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Just a week after posting the top graduation rate in Alabama, Hewitt-Trussville High School has been named the thirteenth best high school in the state by a national magazine. U.S. News and World Report ranks the top schools, colleges and universities each annually. According to the magazine, to produce the 2017 Best High Schools rankings, U.S. News ...

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TCSAF Shrimp Boil slated for Saturday night with food, music and games

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – The Annual Cahaba River Shrimp Boil, benefitting the Trussville City Schools Athletic Foundation (TCSAF), is set for Saturday, April 29, beginning at 5 p.m. This is the second biggest fundraiser of the year for the foundation, and TCSAF President Chris Horn said this event is vital to the success of the foundation. "This is very important for us," Horn said ...

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Springville native, former Miss Trussville feeding homeless through new nonprofit

Special to The Tribune BIRMINGHAM — Springville native, Cassidy Jo Jacks is getting ready to make her fourth trip to the Miss Alabama stage in June, this time representing the “Iron City.” The Miss Alabama Pageant is a part of the Miss America Organization in which each contestant has their own personal community service project they work with. Jacks has taken her project one step further by achieving 501(c ...

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Clay Council considers preliminary plans for future library building

By Crystal McGough For the Tribune Clay City Manager Ronnie Dixon presented two preliminary drawings for the new library building to the city council during the pre-council meeting Tuesday night, after having met with and presented the same plans to the library board earlier that evening. The preliminary drawings were created by Latham & Associates, the architect who will remain over the library project ...

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Council to announce TCS BOE finalists Friday, authorizes mayor to sell property to Edgar’s Bakery

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE – Despite being on the agenda originally, the council did not appoint a person the city's school board. It did, however, transfer Sid McNeal to Gayle Glenn's term which runs through May of 2018. Glenn is stepping down from the school board. Councilman Jef Freeman said the council plans to announce the finalists from the submitted candidates on Friday, and plans to hold public ...

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Trussville woman arrested on felony ethics charges

From Trussville Tribune staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY -- A Trussville resident and former employee of the City of Mountain Brook was arrested this morning. In December 2016, Sheriff’s detectives obtained an arrest warrant charging 47-year-old Sunee Cates of Trussville with felony ethics violations. In October of 2015, the city finance department became aware of possible improprieties involving the receipt ...

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Annual Restoration Run set for Saturday to benefit Will Bright Foundation

By Chris Yow Editor The Will Bright Foundation began by incorporating as a 501(c)3 non-profit. They accept donations from several different sources currently, and those go to provide scholarships for addicts without the means to pay for their entry into a faith-based recovery program. The biggest fundraiser for the foundation is the annual Restoration Run, a 5k and 15k trail run, as well as a 1-mile fun run ...

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Trussville resident heads to Togo with Operation Christmas Child

By Rubin E. Grant Special to The Tribune Trussville resident Stephanie Gates is about to embark on the trip of a lifetime. [caption id="attachment_40127" align="alignleft" width="300"] Stephanie Gates (left) and Togo national leadership team members Yaotse (center) and Gerard (right) at the Operation Christmas Child Global Connection Conference. Photo submitted by Rubin E. Grant[/caption] She leaves Wednesd ...

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Center Point mayor responds to recent gun crimes in the city

[box type="info"][/box]   By Chris Yow Editor CENTER POINT -- Through the past nine days, the city of Center Point has seen its share of bad news. Six people were injured when shots were fired during the city's annual carnival on April 15, and on Monday morning a store clerk at a local gas station was shot and injured as he was opening his store. [caption id="attachment_36332" align="alignleft" width=" ...

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