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John Croyle to speak at TFUMC

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Trussville First United Methodist Church is hosting a combined service on Aug. 30 at 10 a.m. as they welcome guest speaker John Croyle. Croyle, founder of the Big Oak Ranch boys home, will help kick off the church's "Back to the Start" campaign and fall season. As the speaker, Croyle plans to highlight aspects of his two most recent books "Two Minute Drill to Manhood" and "R ...

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Free yoga classes offered next week

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- There will be a free yoga class offered Tuesday, Sept. 1, at the Trussville Senior Center beginning at 10 a.m. and another at the Trussville Civic Center at 6:30 p.m. the same night. ...

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TCS conducting a parent survey

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville City Schools Board of Education is conducting a parent survey to help administrators get an idea of how parents are reacting to the school system. Each school has its own survey link, and all responses are anonymous. The TCSBOE believes these surveys will allow them an opportunity to hear honest opinions from parents, and give them a chance to improve on areas ...

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High speed chase in Clay ends in crash

By Chris Yow Editor CLAY -- According to an eye witness and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, a high speed chase Tuesday night on Old Springville Road in Clay ended in a two car crash involving a stolen Chevrolet pick up and Honda Civic. Robert Allen Kendrick, 26, of Clanton, faces a plethora of charges, including drug possession, attempting to elude, unlawful possession of a pistol and first degree re ...

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News reporter and cameraman shot, killed on the air

From Tribune staff reports MONETA, Va. --WDBJ7 is reporting that two of the station's employees, a news reporter and a cameraman, were gunned down while on the air Wednesday morning. The employees were identified as reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27. Both victims lived in the local area. [caption id="attachment_24428" align="alignleft" width="190"] Suspected shooter was caught on tape ...

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Trussville awards bid to pave Creekside Way

By Chris Yow Editor Trussville City Council met Tuesday night, and awarded a paving contract to Massey Paving for Creekside Way in the amount of $47,435. The road is in dire need of repair, and the council declared it an emergency at a previous meeting. The council also approved a proclaimation to make the annual Fall Carnival a city-wide event from Oct 11 until Oct 18 at Magnolia Park. "This event is norma ...

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Reward offered for Roebuck Pawn Shop burglary

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM-- On Sunday, August 23, Scott's Jewelry and Pawn, located at 608 Springville Road, Birmingham, was burglarized and approximately 21 firearms were reported stolen to the Birmingham Police Department, according to a release from the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) division. The ATF in conjunction with the Birmingham Police Department and the National Shooting Spor ...

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Trussville sign ordinance causing discussion

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Residents and real estate agents have raised concerns recently about Trussville city employees picking up signs that are on city right of ways. Several residents were upset when the city street department went through town two weekends ago and removed all signs not in compliance with the city ordinance. Trussville mayor Gene Melton said the ordinance is clear, that all sign ...

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Birmingham woman releasing online class to help Ashley Madison victims

With the recent leaking of names and addresses of alleged users of AshleyMadison.com, one Birmingham woman, who says she was once betrayed by her husband, is reaching out to help women affected by the news. [caption id="attachment_24385" align="alignleft" width="200"] Melody Lovvorn[/caption] Melody Lovvorn, co-founder of the non-profit organization Undone, Redone, Inc. and Vice President of Route 1520, LLC ...

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Bryant Bank hosting tailgate party

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Before travelling to Gardendale, Minor or Oak Grove on Friday,The Trussville Bryant Bank, located at 137 Main Street, has invited the public to their location as they are hosting a tailgate party Friday, Aug. 28, beginning at 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The party will feature barbecued meats, games -- including tailgate favorite cornhole -- as well as Steel City Pops. Football seas ...

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