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Man from Moody wanted by Birmingham Police on assault charge

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports MOODY — A man from Moody is wanted by the Birmingham Police department on a felony warrant charging him with second degree assault, according to Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama. Jamie Lee Walker, 44, is described as a white male standing at six feet, one inch and weighing 160 pounds. He has blue eyes and "bald brown" hair. His last known address was listed as the 90 ...

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New Trussville rolled ice cream store “Sweet Tooth” slated for end of July

TRUSSVILLE – Tentatively slated for the end of the month, Sweet Tooth is a rolled ice cream store that owner Lin Sabastian hopes will be a new twist in the growing food and entertainment business in Trussville. [caption id="attachment_58865" align="alignleft" width="225"] Photo by Tanna Friday.[/caption] The store will open at the Crescent shopping center off Gadsden Highway. “This is the first Sweet Tooth ...

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Brik Realty: Featured Home of the Week

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Patrick Smith named new Birmingham police chief, Allen Treadway named assistant chief

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM —A new chief has been confirmed to the Birmingham Police Department following the retirement of A.C. Roper and the resignation of Orlando Wilson. On Monday, Mayor Randall Woodfin announced Patrick D. Smith as the new police chief for the Birmingham Police Department. Smith, who grew up in Tuscaloosa, has spent the last 28 years with the Los Angeles Police ...

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Foot chase leads JeffCo officers to heroin trafficking arrest

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM — According to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, officers arrested a man yesterday for allegedly trafficking heroin and cocaine. Dyan Sams, 20, of Midfield was arrested and charged with drug offenses. Narcotics police from the sheriff's office were surveilling the Sherman Heights neighborhood as part of an investigation of drug sales in the area. A v ...

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Trussville Historic District’s “oak canopy” gets a trim

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --One of the most beautiful features of the Trussville Historic District is the oak canopy formed over the tree lined streets. That popular feature may look different for a while as the trees are being cut back by Lewis Tree Service to protect the utility lines in the area. The crew was hired by Alabama Power Company to protect the 15 foot easement of the ...

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Police investigating body found in Birmingham lake

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM — Officers are investigating a body that was found at East Lake Park in Birmingham, according to a report by Carol Robinson. The victim has not been identified and foul play has not been determined. The body was found by a man walking by the lake at around 9:20 a.m. this morning. Police arrived and roped the area off. According to the report, the body was ...

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Clay Council passes motion for dredging permit

By Crystal McGough For the Tribune CLAY - The Clay City Council unanimously passed a motion Tuesday night to begin the permit process for the Cosby Lake dredging project. “I got an update from Volkert,” City Manager Ronnie Dixon said. “The Cosby Lake estimate, I guess is the best way to put it, is 48,000 cubic yards that need to be moved, but it can all be stored in the lake. Their estimated cost is $470,00 ...

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Central Alabama to be under flood watch over weekend

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports All of Central Alabama, including Jefferson and St. Clair counties, will be under a flood watch from 9 a.m. on Saturday to 6 p.m., according to Alabama Wx Weather Blog. "A prolonged period of moderate to heavy rains will continue to add up and could result in rises in rivers, creeks, and low lying areas," the report says. "Localized flash flooding could occur with a ...

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