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Business briefs: Gypsy J consignment boutique opens

By Scott Buttram Justine Tortorigi and Wendy Killingsworth have opened a new consignment boutique, Gypsy J, on Kay Avenue in Trussville. The grand opening is Saturday. The boutique features clothing for women, men and children as well as shoes, handbags, jewelry, accessories and other odds and ends. Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe is now expected to open on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville on April 30. Taziki’s is ...

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McEnally’s Mercantile to occupy former Clay Piggly Wiggly building

By Lee Weyhrich A mercantile business will occupy the vacant Piggly Wiggly on Old Springville Road in Clay, it was announced Monday night. The old Piggly Wiggly will soon be renovated and reopened as McEnally's Mercantile. According to owner Kim Steffey, it will be a feed and seed, a paint and hardware store, an auto supply, a place to buy food-source plants, a place to buy locally sourced meat, produce and ...

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Trussville votes to oppose restricting rental licenses

By Gary Lloyd The Trussville City Council last week approved a resolution opposing legislation that restricts rental licenses. Two companion bills, SB217 by Sen. Vivian Figures and HB257 by Rep. Barry Moore, have been introduced in the Alabama Legislature. The bills would prohibit by constitutional amendment a municipality from assessing a business license fee on the rental of residential real estate on a p ...

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Trussville Rotary Club initiates Rotary Community Corps

By Gary Lloyd The Rotary Club of Trussville has initiated a project to establish a Rotary Community Corps with a primary goal aimed at disaster operations. The proposed mission of the Trussville Rotary Community Corps would be to develop a group of citizens trained in emergency and disaster operations who would in turn be able to: Provide instruction to the citizens of Trussville and other interested partie ...

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Business briefs: Taziki’s expected to open in Trussville in April

By Gary Lloyd Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe will open on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville sometime next month. Taziki’s Marketing Specialist Karen Gambrell said two dates -- April 14 and April 16 -- have been mentioned as possible opening dates. [caption id="attachment_145" align="alignright" width="150"] Trib Business News[/caption] South Boutique opens Thursday on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville. Moe’s Original ...

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New shop owner learns the yarn business one stitch at a time

By June Mathews When Sheri Harbison’s flextime CPA position was eliminated in October, she found herself at loose ends. It wasn’t that she didn’t have plenty to do otherwise. As a wife, mother, inveterate crafter, church orchestra flutist and active board member with the Miss Alabama Pageant organization, keeping busy wasn’t a problem. Regardless, the job loss left a hole in her schedule that Harbison, a lo ...

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Blackwell wins 2013 Healthcare Leadership Award

By Gary Lloyd The Alabama Association of Nurse Anesthetists last month honored Sen. Slade Blackwell, R-Birmingham, with the Healthcare Leadership Award. Blackwell received the award at a meeting of Nurse Anesthetist Legislative Day on Capital Hill. Blackwell represents Jefferson and Shelby counties in District 15. Each year, the association presents the award to an individual who has demonstrated leadership ...

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Civic center membership coordinator wins customer service award

By Gary Lloyd Trussville Civic Center Membership Coordinator Suzy Hammons was named the February winner of the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce’s Customer Service Award. Hammons’ nominator said this: “I visited the Trussville Civic Center to inquire about room reservations. The person who normally answers the questions was at lunch, so I was directed to Suzy’s office. Suzy provided the best customer serv ...

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HTMS English classes reviewing local businesses

By Gary Lloyd Be prepared, local businesses. Hewitt-Trussville Middle School sixth-graders in Erin Gilchrist’s English classes are writing reviews about places, products and businesses around Trussville this week. Gilchrist said the project entails students reviewing products and businesses with Husky Paws, with a rating system from one to five. A five rating is the most excellent category, while the one ra ...

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Moe’s Original Bar B Que expected to open in next 2-3 weeks

By Gary Lloyd Moe’s Original Bar B Que is expected to open in the former Legend’s Smokehouse building on Main Street in Trussville in the next two or three weeks, Mayor Gene Melton said today. Melton said the restaurant owners are still getting its proper permits. The restaurant owners will meet with Trussville’s Design Review Committee on Monday regarding its signage at the front of the building. Read more ...

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