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Want to keep up with the latest Tribune news during the upcoming storms? Here’s how

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE --With storms on the horizon, keeping track of local news is first and foremost in the minds of most people. Here are a couple of easy tips for keeping up with all of the Tribune news. Facebook recently began limiting business pages in newsfeeds. This change may have you seeing far fewer news stories than you did in the past. By selecting "Notifications," as shown in the photo, y ...

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Cancer survivors unite, remember in Trussville

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Cancer survivors gathered Friday night and into Saturday morning at the Relay for Life of East Jefferson event at the Trussville youth football field in the Trussville Sports Complex. They walked a survivors lap, lit luminarias in memory and honor of loved ones lost and still fighting, and participated in a fight back ceremony. [caption id="attachment_13164" align="alignleft" wid ...

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JeffCo BOE confirms possible buyout of superintendent

By Gary Lloyd JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Jefferson County Board of Education President Jennifer Parsons has confirmed reports that the board’s attorneys are engaged in talks with Superintendent Steve Nowlin that could lead to an “orderly and amicable transition in the superintendency.” In acknowledging these developments, Parsons emphasized that any board action that might be taken would not be based on any wrongd ...

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TCS online registration begins May 5

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Online registration for the 2014-2015 academic year in Trussville City Schools will begin May 5. In efforts to streamline the registration process, a document upload feature has been added to several sections of the registration form, according to Trussville City Schools. This feature will allow homeowners that live in the TCS attendance zone to upload proof of residency document ...

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Severe weather could come in waves Monday through Wednesday

By Scott Buttram TRUSSVILLE -According to the National Weather Service in Birmingham, severe weather is on the way and it will come in a series of increasingly dangerous waves. The first wave will move into central Alabama on Monday morning. Waves two and three should arrive Monday night and Wednesday. The risk factor for flooding, damaging winds, hail and tornadoes during the last two rounds is high across ...

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Judge dismisses all claims, defendants in Trussville incentives lawsuit

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Jim Hughey on Thursday ruled to dismiss all claims and all defendants in a lawsuit over incentives to bring businesses to downtown Trussville. In October 2013, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of Anytime Fitness owner Rick Plourde and Trussville resident George Glenn, alleging that the Trussville City Council and Downtown Redevelopment Authority ...

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WBRC: Mom speaks out after Pinson daughter’s burned body found behind Fairfield house

By Gary Lloyd FAIRFIELD -- A mother is pleading for leads in the homicide of her 22-year-old Pinson daughter, according to WBRC. Michelle Monroe Stewart spoke to WBRC about the death of Megan Elizabeth Monroe, found dead Saturday morning in Fairfield. Monroe was a Pinson native and had attended Hewitt-Trussville High School. Stewart told WBRC that her daughter was a “sincere, fun loving young lady, outgoing ...

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U.S. News names top high schools, none from area ranked nationally

By Gary Lloyd JEFFERSON COUNTY -- U.S. News recently named its best high schools in the country, and none from the area were ranked nationally or statewide. U.S. News reviewed 31,242 U.S. public high schools, and 93 from Alabama made the national rankings. The top high schools in Alabama were Loveless Academic Magnet Program, Mountain Brook, Booker T. Washington Magnet, Homewood, Brewbaker Technology Magnet ...

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Rock chimney discovered at Northern Beltline site in Palmerdale

By Gary Lloyd PALMERDALE -- A rock chimney was recently discovered at the site of the Northern Beltline construction in Palmerdale, according to Alabama Department of Transportation spokeswoman Linda Crockett. Crockett said the rock chimney is not connected to a house and was set to be removed this week. [caption id="attachment_13112" align="alignleft" width="300"] The rock chimney discovered near the const ...

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Magic Moment granted in Trussville for 11-year-old

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- Janet Hurley thought she and her husband, David, would never vacation again. Since 2005, the Trussville couple has adopted six special needs children from various parts of China, after visiting orphanages in the large country. “Our hearts broke for them,” Hurley said. [caption id="attachment_13108" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Hurley family reacts after being told it will g ...

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