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Family photo left behind during voting

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE -- A family photo was left behind at First Baptist Church on Tuesday while the church was open to voters. The photo was found near the check in tables where voters showed their identification and signed in to vote. The staff of FBC is seeking to get the photo back to its family. If the photo belongs to you, it can be claimed at the events desk at the chur ...

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Center Point man arrested on drug trafficking charges

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports CENTER POINT – Noviean Awann Gardiner, 24, was arrested Sunday according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. Gardiner was arrested around 2:30 p.m. on Sunday in the area of Center Brook Apartments when deputies were searching for a robbery suspect, according to Chief Deputy Randy Christian. [caption id="attachment_35991" align="alignleft" width="300"] via Jeff ...

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One killed in Jefferson County Crash

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports BIRMINGHAM -- A two-vehicle crash at 1:25 p.m. on Tuesday claimed the life of a Birmingham man. The crash occurred on I65 near the 281 mile marker in the city of Warrior. Franklin Dewayne Robbins, 50 was killed when the 2011 GMC Savana he was driving collided with a 1996 Ford F600 driven by Zackary Brett Chandler, 23 of Lincoln. Robbins was not wearing a seatbelt an ...

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Trump elected 45th president of the United States

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Donald J. Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States. In the process, the Republicans retained control of the house and senate, bucking all prognosticators in a sweeping and stunning election. Just before 2 a.m. local time, president-elect Trump, took the stage and announced that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had called h ...

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Mountain Brook Police searching for credit card theft suspect

From the Trussville Tribune Staff Reports MOUNTAIN BROOK – The Mountain Brook Police Department is searching for a credit card theft suspect. [caption id="attachment_35979" align="alignleft" width="175"] via MBPD Facebook[/caption] On Nov. 1, a home on Old Leeds Road was burglarized and a credit card was stolen. On the same afternoon, the victim’s credit card was used at a number of businesses in Birmingham ...

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Ballot boxes break at Trussville City Hall

From Trussville Tribune Staff Reports TRUSSVILLE -- How has the voter turnout been in Trussville for this historic 2016 election? Not only will the turnout likely be record-breaking, it's already broken two Trussville ballot counting machines at the City Hall polling location. Commissioner Joe Knight said it is his understanding that two of the ballot counting machines jammed due to reaching capacity. Chief ...

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Pinson Council swears in one new member

By Lee Weyhrich, For The Tribune PISON -- Pinson City Council's swearing in ceremony began on a suspenseful note with everyone waiting for the guest of honor. Justice Mike Bolin has sworn in every Pinson City Council since the city was founded, and since long before joining the Alabama Supreme Court. Unfortunately he was also booked to swear in the governments of Fultondale, Centerpoint, Springville and Pin ...

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Center Point swears in mayor for another term

By Bethany Adams, for the Tribune CENTER POINT—Tom Henderson was sworn in for another term as Mayor of Center Point on Monday night. Henderson, a former athletic director at Jefferson State Community College, has also served multiple terms as chair and president of the Metropolitan Planning Organization. He has also served two terms as president of the Jefferson County Mayor’s Association. [caption id="atta ...

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Clay mayor begins second term

By Bethany Adams, For the Tribune CLAY -- On Monday night, Charles Webster was sworn in for his second term as Mayor of Clay. Webster, whose previous service includes four years on City Council, also served on the Park Board and started the Clay Rec Association in 1981. “One of my goals was, coming in to mayor, was to have a Career Tech Program at Clay-Chalkville, and we’ve got that,” Webster said, stating ...

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Bradley first new mayor in two decades, first female mayor of Argo

By Megan Miller, Editor ARGO – The city of Argo made history Monday night after swearing in the first female mayor in the city’s history. Mayor Betty Bradley has lived in Argo since 1998, and said she ran because she wanted to make a difference in her community. [caption id="attachment_35909" align="alignleft" width="225"] (photo by Megan Miller)[/caption] “I saw some things that I felt like maybe with some ...

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