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Photo by Ron Burkett.

After eight months of renovation, Trussville Public Library is back open and just in time for summer reading. more

People

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Photos by Ron Burkett.

City coming off its largest number of home sales total in more than a decade. more

Business

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Photos by Ron Burkett.

Nearly $10,000 was awarded to teachers at all five Trussville schools. more

School House

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Photo courtesy of Scott Myers.

Trussville native Scott Myers, director of the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, will return to his hometown May 17 to share stories of some of Alabama’s greatest sports legends during the monthly Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon. more

Business

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Photo by Ron Burkett.

Former councilman Buddy Aydelette adds Utilities Board role to his life of service. more

People

Creating jobs and bringing wealth to the community will be a central theme at the April 19 Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon, during which Neal Wade, director of the University of Alabama Development Academy, will speak. more

Business

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Photo courtesy of Alabama Department of Revenue.

Beginning April 1, residents of the Jefferson County portion of Trussville will be able to purchase and renew their automobile, motorcycle and boat tags without leaving the city. more

People

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Photo courtesy of the Lombardo family.

Dancers across Trussville will gather together for a night of performances to help raise awareness and funds for cancer research during the city’s inaugural Dancers Against Cancer Gala at Trussville Civic Center on Saturday, Feb. 24. more

Community

The annual banquet will include a live and silent auction. more

Business

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Renderings courtesy of Trussville Mayor’s Office.

A new entertainment district is coming to downtown Trussville that will transform Morrow Avenue with a stage, turf lawn, pavilion and several restaurants and shops. more

Business

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Photo courtesy of Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce.

For the sixth consecutive year, Dr. Pattie Neill, superintendent of Trussville City Schools, will be the speaker at the January Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 18, at the Trussville Civic Center. more

Business

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Photos by Ron Burkett.

Trussville-based Designs for Hope works to provide sustainable energy and clean water to those in need. more

People

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Rendering courtesy of Lathan Associates Architects.

This spring, the Clay Library will move out of its current location at 7257 Old Springville Road and move four miles down the road into a new building in front of Clay Elementary School. more

Community

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Photo courtesy of Trussville First United Methodist Church.

For nearly a decade, Trussville First United Methodist Church has performed a live nativity on its front lawn at Christmas. more

Community

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Photo courtesy of Kate Johnson.

The Trussville Sports Complex has a new feature for those seeking a day outdoors. more

Community

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Photo by Ron Burkett.

With the increase in foot traffic along Trussville’s streets, a group of citizens is encouraging residents and visitors to help make the city’s roads safer. more

Community

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Photo by Ron Burkett.

More than 700 Alabamians die each year as a result of opioid addiction. more

People

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Photos by Ron Burkett.

First Presbyterian Church of Trussville celebrated 150 years of worship in Trussville and marked the anniversary with a gospel singing on Oct. 1. more

Community

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Photo by Ron Burkett.

For 60 years, Pediatrics East has provided care for children on the northeast side of Birmingham. As patients have become parents, or now grandparents, they have continued to see the doctors they saw as a child. more

Business

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Photo courtesy of J-P Dice.

November marks the third highest number tornadoes per month over the last 60 years, making it perfect timing for Fox 6 Chief Meteorologist J-P Dice to visit the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon to discuss his passion for weather. more

Business