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City council rezones property for Stockton expansion

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -- The city's fastest growing subdivision received the go ahead to continue building new homes in Stockton from the Trussville city council on Tuesday. The council approved a zoning change for 60 acres on the right side of the main entry road into the subdivision, making way for 130 new homes to be built. [caption id="attachment_21971" align="alignleft" width="300"] Stockton neig ...

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3 dead, 3 injured in Center Point house fire

By Scott Buttram CENTER POINT -- Three people have died in an Sunday fire at a Center Point residence and four have been transported to area hospitals with injuries, FOX 6 reported. Center Point fire chief Donnie West told the television station that seven people were in the split-level home on the 200 block of Jupiter Drive where two died at the scene and four people were transported to area hospitals. Two ...

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Pinson Education Foundation holds annual awards banquet

From staff reports The Pinson Education Foundation recently marked seven years of mobilizing community support for the schools in Pinson with its annual banquet. On May 4, awards nominees, elected officials, principals, faculty, support staff and board members gathered at Palmerdale United Methodist Church to celebrate education excellence in Pinson. “This year's Foundation banquet was our biggest and most ...

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Chamber hosts first responders breakfast

From staff reports The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a breakfast for area first responders on Thursday, May 7, at the Trussville Civic Center. Guest speaker was WVTM-TV Channel 13 anchor Mike Royer. [caption id="attachment_21941" align="alignleft" width="300"] WVTM-TV anchor Mike Royer (right) speaking with Chaplain Eddie Adams at the recent first responders breakfast hosted by the Trussville A ...

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UAB basketball coach to be featured speaker at May chamber luncheon

From staff reports The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) is pleased to announce its May chamber luncheon speaker will be UAB Head Basketball Coach Jerod Haase. [caption id="attachment_21926" align="alignleft" width="300"] UAB Head Basketball Coach Jerod Haase will speak to the Trussville Chamber on May 19.submitted photo[/caption] The luncheon will be held on Thursday, May 21, at the Trussville Civ ...

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City of Trussville to dedicate Veterans Memorial

From staff reports The City of Trussville will host a dedication ceremony for its new Veterans Memorial on Memorial Day. The Trussville Historical Board is planning the ceremony for Monday, May 25 at 10 a.m. at the memorial located in Trussville’s Civitan Park at the corner of Parkway Drive and U.S. Highway 11. From the War of 1812 to the present War on Terror, citizens of Trussville have courageously serve ...

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Habitat homebuilding blitz ends with key ceremony

From staff reports Eleven low-to-moderate income families have moved into their new homes following the Dedication and Key Presentation Ceremony ending Habitat Birmingham’s 2015 Home Builders Blitz. The ceremony took place May 7 at the build site in Clay. Special guest was Tom Gipson, founder and national builder chair for Habitat Humanity’s Home Builders Blitz. “As I visit the Home Builders Blitz sites in ...

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Changes in store for Pinson parks and recreation

By Lee Weyhrich Much of the discussion at the May 7 meeting of the Pinson City Council revolved around parks and recreation. Mike Sullivan has been named Pinson’s new director of parks and recreation. According to Mayor Hoyt Sanders, the new director has many years of experience and certification for maintaining aquatic attractions. The council authorized the purchase of a new Dodge truck and a used EZ-Go u ...

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East Jefferson Relay For Life set for May 16 on Trussville Mall

By June Mathews Entertainment, vendors, music, food… When it comes to a fun event, this year’s Relay For Life of East Jefferson (RFLEJ) has it all. From 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 16, the proverbial joint will be jumping, except in this case, the “joint” is the Mall area in the center of Trussville’s historic Cahaba Project neighborhood. “This is going to be the best Relay we’ve ever had,” ...

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Guthrie’s opens in Trussville

[caption id="attachment_21885" align="alignleft" width="225"] Guthrie's To-Go is now open in Trussville[/caption] From staff reports The day many local chicken finger aficionados have been waiting for has arrived: Guthrie’s To-Go in Trussville opened today. The popular chicken finger franchise is located at 1104 N. Chalkville Rd., just off I-59, Exit 141. The To-Go location offers The Box, The Snack, The Bu ...

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