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M3 Performance and Physical Therapy: Improving quality of life through movement

Sponsored content According to Kendell Jno-Finn, PT, DPT, and founder/CEO of M3 Performance and Physical Therapy, movement is an essential component of life. “Being able to move well allows you to live well, and when you live well, you’re able to do amazing things,” he said. “Movement is one of the main things that separates people who enjoy a good quality of life from those who don’t.” An educator and entr ...

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2 new buildings approved for downtown Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The Design Review Committee approved plans for two new buildings in the Trussville Downtown entertainment district. Both buildings will have retail space on the ground floor, while one building will have living space on the second floor and the other will have professional office space on the second floor. The buildings will be located on Morrow Avenue ...

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The Courtesy Buick GMC Deal of the week

Sponsored content 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Price: $30,000 The good folks down at Courtesy Buick GMC have a new arrival. Take a look at their Pre-owned 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. This is a Carfax one-owner vehicle with low miles and is value-priced below the market average. Features include back up camera, 4X4 4WD, leather, Bluetooth, push button start, auto climate control and an auxiliary jack for ...

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Fred’s in Clay closing soon

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports CLAY — The Fred's store in Clay is closing its doors. The store placed signs saying, "STORE CLOSING" and "7 Days" in the window. The owner of the store has not returned calls, but an employee said the last day of business will be Friday, June 28, 2019. Special discounts are being advertised. City of Clay manager Ronnie Dixon said the city has not been notified of th ...

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Marshall Family Dentistry: Same great service, new location coming soon

Sponsored content More than 90% of all systemic diseases start in the mouth, according to a new study. The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health found that bacteria in your mouth can travel in the body and cause life-threatening diseases. So, if you think avoiding the dentist is a good idea, you could be dead wrong. Dr. Reid Marshall, of Marshall Family Dentistry, stays up to date with all the latest st ...

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Like having a doctor in the family: OrthoAlabama Spine and Sports

By Crystal McGough, sponsored content OrthoAlabama Spine and Sports has been serving the orthopedic needs of the Eastern Birmingham area and surrounding communities since Dr. Perry Savage founded it in 1987. They have been operating out of their Trussville office since Nov. 2015. “We are a multidisciplinary orthopedic practice that covers many different specialties,” Dr. Mary Gilmer said. “We provide orthop ...

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Big Texas chain store coming to Leeds soon

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports LEEDS — Buc-ee's convenience store and gas station is coming to Leeds. The large chain, based in Texas, already has one Alabama location in south Alabama. The new location will be located off of the Interstate 20 exit 140 across the street from the Chevron station. The premier travel center is known for its large selection of products for everything from snacks to h ...

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Trussville McDonald’s holds soft-opening

By Shaun Szkolnik, for the Tribune TRUSSVILLE — For Trussville residents, the wait is over. The fully remodeled, revamped and reinvigorated McDonald’s on North Chalkville Road held its soft-opening Monday, June 18. The first thing that customers will notice is the exterior. The changes have created a building that feels modern and welcoming all at the same time. The addition of a second-order lane also make ...

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Trussville City Council hears from Circle K managers concerning illegal alcohol sales

By Erica Thomas, managing editor TRUSSVILLE — Representatives from Circle K on Main Street in Trussville were present for the city council meeting on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. The Trussville Police Department has reported three underaged alcohol sales violations in the past 18 months. Two of those violations were reported in the past six months. Circle K manager Brenda Lomas has been working at the store for ...

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Crowler contest underway for new Trussville brewery

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE —Ferus Artisan Ales is hosting a Crowler Contest to pick out the design for the 32-ounce crowler they will be offering. A crowler is similar to a growler, but it's in a can. The can is used to package craft beers and allow people to transport them home. Local artists have submitted entries for the contest and you can vote now. Click here to pick out which ...

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