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Trussville chamber awarded state grant

By Gary Lloyd The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce has been awarded a grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts, the state arts agency. The $1,000 grant is designated for Trussville City Fest, which will be held May 3-4 at The Mall in downtown Trussville. Formerly known as the Dog Daze Family Festival, City Fest includes music, dance, children’s activities, arts and crafts, food vendors, fireworks ...

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Barbecue restaurant to fill former Legends in Clay

By Gary Lloyd A new barbecue restaurant will fill the former Legends Smokehouse on Old Springville Road in Clay. The Bar-B-Que Pit Stop is expected to open in the former Legends location in early March, said Debbie Mortimer, who is opening the restaurant with her husband, Cliff. The new barbecue restaurant will serve lunch and dinner and may eventually offer breakfast. [caption id="attachment_4484" align="a ...

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Temple Tutwiler III elected to National Bank of Commerce board of directors

By Gary Lloyd Temple W. Tutwiler III, president of Tutwiler Properties, Ltd., has been elected to National Bank of Commerce’s board of directors. Holman Head, president and CEO of O’Neal Steel Company, was also elected . Tutwiler’s family has owned property in Trussville since the 1940s. Tutwiler has also served as a director of First American Bank. “We are fortunate to have these experienced executives joi ...

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Birmingham News, Mobile Press-Register buildings for sale

The Birmingham News announced today that its downtown building is on the market along with the Mobile Press-Register headquarters, according to a story by Dawn Kent. The market price for the 110,000 square-foot building and adjacent parking lot was not announced. According to the story in The Birmingham News, Cindy Martin, president of Alabama Media Group, and Pam Siddall, president of Advance Central Servi ...

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SEC Commissioner Slive to speak at February chamber luncheon in Trussville

By Gary Lloyd Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive will be the featured speaker at the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce’s February luncheon, it was announced Thursday. The luncheon will be Feb. 21 at the Trussville Civic Center. [caption id="attachment_4344" align="alignleft" width="210"] Mike Slive[/caption] In his 10 years as the SEC commissioner, Slive has presided over a successful period ...

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Trussville chamber Customer Service Person of the Year voting open

By Gary Lloyd The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce has opened voting until Jan. 25 for its Customer Service Person of the Year. Only one vote will be eligible from each computer. To vote, visit www.trussvillechamber.com and look on the left side of the home page for this year’s nominees. They include: Antoinette Spell, Sam’s Club Express Oil Change staff on Main Street Deana Carroll, Total Care Pharmacy ...

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Business briefs: Subway opens in Trussville

By Gary Lloyd Subway has opened a new location in Trussville. The new sandwich shop, which opened Jan. 4, is located on Camp Coleman Road in Trussville. The restaurant is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday. Owners J.R. and Paula Curbow have lived in the area for 24 years. Paula Curbow was a teacher at Chalkvill ...

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Jefferson County, physician’s group reach agreement on Cooper Green

By Gary Lloyd Jefferson Clinic PC has reached an agreement today to continue medical services for Jefferson County at Cooper Green Mercy’s urgent and primary care center, pending approval of the Jefferson County Commission. “Jefferson County has negotiated in good faith with Jefferson PC for sometime now,” said Jefferson County CEO Tony Petelos. “We are committed to continuous care . The transformation of C ...

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Trussville denies rezoning for apartment building

By Gary Lloyd The Trussville City Council on Tuesday approved a resolution in opposition to proposed rezoning on Chalkville Mountain Road to accommodate an apartment building. By opposing the rezoning of 5841 Chalkville Road from agricultural to multi-family, the council is essentially asking the Jefferson County Planning Commission and the Jefferson County Commission to deny the request and pursue commerci ...

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Neighborhood Sports Grille in Trussville closes

By Gary Lloyd Neighborhood Sports Grille in Trussville has closed. The restaurant’s manager retired and the silent partner didn’t want to run the business, according to Ponder Properties founder Terry Ponder. The business closed when the lease expired, Ponder said. Ponder said Ponder Properties, which handles leasing in the Trussville Plaza shopping center, doesn’t yet have possession of the space but has b ...

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