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Pinson Valley VS Lee-Huntsville Basketball 2019

Sarah Finnegan

The Pinson Valley High School boys basketball team knocked off Lee-Huntsville in the Class 6A Northeast Regional semifinals on Friday afternoon. Read more

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Kamp Fender

The Hewitt-Trussville girls basketball team advanced to the Class 7A Northwest Regional final with a win over Austin on Thursday. Read more

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Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

For the first time, Trussville will host the annual BirmingHAMfest, hosted by the Birmingham Amateur Radio Club, on March 1-2 at the Trussville Civic Center. Read more

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Submitted by Trussville City Schools

The HTMS competition cheer team had a wonderful competition season. Read more

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Submitted by Trussville City Schools

Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Beth Bruno is the recipient of the AASCD Outstanding Curriculum Leader Award for 2019. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Trussville City Schools

HTHS Student Anna Virginia Fagan is the recipient of the Bedzzz Express Leadership Scholar-Athlete award. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce

Sunrise Ridge Assisted Living in Trussville announced their new name on Feb. 5 with a ribbon cutting. The new name is Legacy Ridge Assisted Living. Read more

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Hewitt-Trussville vs. Vestavia Hills Basketball

Kyle Parmley

The local high school basketball teams were in action last week. Read more

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Three Paine Elementary students had their artwork selected to represent the school for this year's State Superintendent's Visual Arts Exhibit in Montgomery. Read more

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Photo Courtesy of Trussville City Schools

On Jan. 28, with Cahaba Elementary School second graders ready and waiting, five second grade teachers, Principal Joy Tyner, Assistant Principal Stephanie Rosetta and Superintendent Pattie Neill cut the ribbon on new classrooms. Read more

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