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Reba impersonator to perform in Trussville June 30

By Erica Thomas, managing editor TRUSSVILLE — Fancy will not let you down on Sunday, June 30, 2019. She will be at the Trussville Civic Center for a performance and an after-party. Tara Kay, also known as Reba, has been entertaining crowds with her show-stopping performances since 2004. Kay got into the business after friends suggested she join her husband, who is an Elvis impersonator, at a Children's Mira ...

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Center Point Fire chief completes Leadership Academy

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports CENTER POINT — The chief of the Center Point Fire District recently graduated from Alabama Fire College's Alabama Public Safety Leadership Academy. Chief Gene Coleman said networking with other public safety officials was an invaluable opportunity. "It provided the opportunity that if you have a question on something, you have someone to reach out to," said Coleman. ...

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Tennis camp for kids this summer in Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Racquet Club is offering a tennis camp for kids ages seven to 12 this summer. The low-key and friendly program is designed for new players. All the equipment will be provided. Programs run on Mondays during the month of July from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and on Thursdays during the month of July from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The last day will be A ...

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Clay Council receives audit presentation, next meeting to be held at Fire Station 4

By Crystal McGough, copy editor The Clay City Council was presented with an audit of the city’s finances for the 2018-19 fiscal year Tuesday night at its regular meeting. David Cork, of Cork, Hill & Company LLC, CPA, presented the report. “Everything is as it should be,” Cork said. “I think it’s pretty remarkable you guys completed the construction of the new library at $1.2 million, and bought $112,000 ...

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Ironstone Pizza closes Trussville, Vestavia Hills locations

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Ironstone Pizza has closed both Alabama locations in Trussville and Vestavia Hills effective immediately, Jim Walsh said on Tuesday. Walsh has been the face of the pizza chain, which is headquartered in Mississippi, since the first location opened in Vestavia in 2016. Additional locations followed in Hoover and Trussville. The Hoover location closed a ...

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Part of rezoning plans for Carrington Lakes recommended by Trussville P&Z

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE — Trussville’s Planning and Zoning Board recommended one of two proposals to change zoning in two undeveloped parts of Carrington Lakes subdivision. David Stovall, with Engineering Design Group, brought a previous plan to compare to the new plan for both properties. One of the pieces of property was recently annexed into Trussville. The 10 acres sits in S ...

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Trussville business owner expresses gratitude to city employees ‘who are the heart of the great city’s success’

By Tanna M. Friday, contributing writer TRUSSVILLE — To Trussville resident, Chris Rigdon, the idea of community comes from the sense of responsibility we have for each other. Taken from the scripture of Luke 12:48, Rigdon shares that ‘to whom much is given, from him much is expected.’ “It is important to maintain the connection of relationships to ensure a healthy, thriving community,” said Rigdon. “It is ...

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New plan for controversial Hwy 11 property approved by Trussville P&Z

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE – Trussville’s Planning and Zoning Board has voted to recommend the rezoning for a controversial plan for a piece of property off Highway 11. The property, which is bordered by homes on Dew Drive and Birch Street, is known as the Hamilton property. Connor Farmer, the owner of Highpointe Properties, LLC, proposed the new plan during the board’s meeting on ...

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Great local gift ideas for Father’s Day

Sponsored content from The Trussville Tribune staff reports Panos Automotive: What's better than getting Dad an oil change for Father's Day? Him not reminding you to go get one! Serving Trussville over 30 years, on foreign and domestic vehicles, you can't get more trustworthy and better service anywhere than Pano's Automotive. www.panosautomotive.com Caliber Sporting Goods : For the Father who is an extreme ...

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BREAKING: Monday night shooting suspect in custody in Argo

ARGO -- A 25-year-old  man believed to be the suspect who shot at Birmingham Police on Monday has been taken into custody by Argo police officers. Sgt. Allen Busler of Argo PD said the investigation was active and he could not comment immediately, but sources familiar with the incident confirmed the apprehension. Police said the man matching the description of the suspect was seen walking out of a wooded ar ...

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