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Report says Bojangles coming to Trussville

The Birmingham Business Journal reported that Bojangles' Restaurants Inc. is planning to open two 3,800 square foot restaurants in Trussville and Fultondale. That would bring the total number of restaurants for the metro area to 10. According to the report, the planned opening is "by the end of the year." The location wasn't known at this time. Executive Vice President Eric Newman told Ryan Poe that the com ...

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Business brief: Trussville property leased to psychology company

By Gary Lloyd Ponder Properties Commercial Real Estate announced today that has leased office space to a psychology company. Antonio Psychology Services LLC signed a lease for space in Trussville Office Park, a seven-building office complex off U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville. Other tenants in this area include a physical therapy business, a pharmacy, a hearing company and a branch of St. Vincent’s. Ponder Pr ...

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The Tribune Readers Choice Awards 2013 Finals are underway

The Tribune Readers Choice Awards 2013 Finals are now underway. The ballot will be open until Tuesday, August 6 at 7 a.m. Please only vote one time for your winner in each category. Good luck to all of our finalists! [caspio]http://b6.caspio.com/dp.asp?AppKey=5a03300012ad6dc849144a9ba9ea[/caspio]   ...

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Tortugas Cafe plans October opening

Tortugas Cafe hopes to open by October in the location of the former Neighborhood Sports Grille, owners said today. Dawn Galiano will be the owner and operator of the Trussville location. Gagliano brings experience in the restaurant business not only from the popular Tortugas Cafe on Highway 280, but from other restaurants from Birmingham to Louisiana. "You have to love it," husband Paul Gagliano said. "And ...

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Tortugas Cafe coming to Trussville

Terry Ponder of Ponder Properties announced Thursday that Tortugas Cafe, which specializes in homemade Chicago style pizza, has signed a lease for the former Neighborhood Sports Grille location on U.S. Highway 11 in Trussville. Tortugas Cafe is on Highway 280, which is the concept used in Trussville. According to the company's website, Tortugas was selected as "Birmingham's Best Pizza" by City Scene, winner ...

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Auburn athletics director to speak in Trussville Aug. 15

By Gary Lloyd Auburn athletics director Jay Jacobs will be the featured speaker at the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce’s August luncheon, Executive Director Diane Poole said today. The luncheon will be Aug. 15 at the Trussville Civic Center. [caption id="attachment_7355" align="alignleft" width="105"] Jay Jacobsphoto courtesy of Auburn Athletics[/caption] Jacobs has been Auburn’s athletics director sinc ...

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Trussville man named assistant VP at Aliant Bank

By Gary Lloyd Trussville resident Brandon Culver, a banking executive with almost 10 years of experience in the Birmingham market, has been named assistant vice president-branch manager by Aliant Bank. In his new role, Culver will work from the Meadow Brook office and will concentrate on developing small business relationships, as well as assisting internal and external partners to help develop, grow and ma ...

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Trussville Total Care Pharmacy relocating

By Gary Lloyd Trussville Total Care Pharmacy will be relocating to a new location this fall, owners Greg and Deana Carroll announced last week. The pharmacy, which opened at 1960 Gadsden Highway in Trussville in 2010, will move to 115 North Chalkville Road in Trussville, which is a former PNC Bank. [caption id="attachment_7309" align="alignleft" width="300"] Trussville Total Care Pharmacysubmitted photo[/ca ...

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Trussville Rotary names new officers, directors

By Gary Lloyd The Trussville Rotary Club has named its officers and directors for the coming year. Included in this year’s team of officers are President Alan Taylor; President-Elect Danny Cooner, Vice-President Patricia McKnight, past President John Patterson, Secretary Wayne Tanner, Sergeant-at-Arms Jefferson County Commissioner Joe Knight and Treasurer John Pettry. Serving as directors are Club Administr ...

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Old Navy in Trussville relocating to Leeds

By Gary Lloyd The Old Navy store located in the Colonial Promenade at Tutwiler Farm shopping center will relocate to The Outlet Shops of Grand River in Leeds, according to the Birmingham Business Journal. The BBJ reports that the move will occur in the first half of 2014. The Homewood Old Navy store will relocate to Hoover, according to the article. Contact Gary Lloyd at news@trussvilletribune.com and follo ...

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