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Clay Council opens waste services bids, discusses schools

By Crystal McGough Copy Editor The Clay City Council held a bid opening Tuesday night at its regular council meeting for waste services, since the city’s contract with Republic Services will expire on March 31. Five companies responded to the bid invitations. The following bids are for services per month. The services bid on are for one residential container with once-a-week pickup; two residential containe ...

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Odenville man wanted on felony warrants

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports ST. CLAIR COUNTY — A man from Odenville is wanted in St. Clair County on two felony warrants charging him with violations of the Sex Offender Registration Notification Act. [caption id="attachment_72518" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo courtesy of Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama[/caption] Nicholas Coty Richardson is described as a white male standing at 5 feet, ...

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VIDEO: $5,000 reward offered for arrest in gun thefts on Old Springville Road

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) in conjunction with the Birmingham Police Department and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction for those responsible for the theft of firearms from Family Paw ...

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Trussville man has capital murder charges against him dismissed, according to officials

From The Tussville Tribune staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY — Charges of capital murder have been dropped against a Trussville man who had been set to stand trial starting on Feb. 18. WVTM reported that Circuit Judge Tracie Todd denied a motion to continue on Friday. The motion had been filed by Jefferson County District Attorney Kandice Picket.  Because of the denial of the motion, the case was dismissed. An ...

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Trussville council declares former Herb’s Hardware building as surplus property

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville City Council met in regular session on Tuesday night taking actions on several agenda items. An ordinance was passed to declare city owned property at 110 North Chalkville Road as surplus. The former Herb's Hardware store will be transferred to the Trussville Redevelopment Authority for $10. TRA plans for the property are not known at th ...

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Clay resident Mike Garrett released Christian fiction novel in February

By Crystal McGough Copy Editor CLAY -- When author and book editor Mike Garrett decided to write a new novel after spending 30 years building a name for himself in the editing and publishing industry, including being Stephen King’s first editor and publisher, he had no clue that God intended to be the true author of his story. But that is exactly what happened. [caption id="attachment_72455" align="alignlef ...

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Get ready to change the way you dial for local calls

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports CENTRAL ALABAMA — Get ready to change the way you dial for your local calls because a new procedure is being rolled out. According to AT&T, a new area code is being added to the area already being served by the 205 area code.  The new 695 area code will be added to the 205 region in an effort to increase the number of telephone numbers available for the geograph ...

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Photo Gallery: An inside look at the new Aldi concept

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports HOOVER -- Progress is being made on the new Aldi grocery store on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville. The store will represent the newest Aldi concept and design, which was created to go head-to-head with Whole Foods 365. Shoppers in the Trussville area will have to wait a few more months to check out the new design, but consumers in Hoover are already enjoying the new A ...

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Heavy rain could effect Tuesday morning rush hour

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- A storm system tracking to the southeast could dump as much as an inch of rain on the metro area and could arrive early enough to impact morning rush hour traffic on Tuesday. Thunderstorms are possible and there is a marginal risk that some could be severe. Wind gusts of up to 30 mph are also possible. Tuesday temperatures could drop to the low to mid ...

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