Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux is opening its eighth Alabama location in Trussville on December 11 and the response is already impressing the franchise owner. The Louisiana-based sports bar was once named the #1 Sports Bar in America by ESPN.
The City of Trussville will discontinue police dispatching services at the beginning of the year, and police will be dispatched through Jefferson County 911. While the City says it makes financial sense, some residents are concerned about safety.
Trussville City Schools Superintendent Patrick Martin told 1819 News on Thursday that the controversial Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health lied to school officials about the material presented to students at a health fair last spring.
CEO of sexual risk prevention ministry Decisions, Choices and Options (DCO) Joi Wasill spoke to members of the Trussville community at CrossPoint Church Tuesday night about the challenges children face in today's cultural and ideological climate.
Thursday at Hoover City Hall, Gov. Kay Ivey made three infrastructure project announcements as a result of the Rebuild Alabama Act.
The eleven defendants charged in connection to a possible multi-million-dollar illegal sports gambling conspiracy will not go to trial this month, as planned. Instead, the trial is being put off until at least December after the judge granted a continuance at the request of the defense.
A jury is set to hear the case of a man accused of burying a Trussville woman after authorities determined she died of an accidental overdose.
The St. Clair County Commission declared a state of emergency Tuesday regarding an underground landfill fire that was first reported in late November.
Hewitt-Trussville High School student Katherine Grigsby is the new Miss Junior Teen United States.
Officials with Ascension St. Vincent's hope to not only expand the Trussville facility in the future but also expand those services to other areas throughout the region.
The Trussville City Schools Board of Education on Friday accepted Superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill's request for administrative leave following a scandal over a student’s “death notebook” discovered nearly a year ago.
Outraged parents in Trussville are planning to gather at the next city council meeting to address issues following the discovery of a “death notebook” that was kept from them for nearly a year.
“For the third consecutive month, Alabama has set a record-low unemployment rate," announced Gov. Kay Ivey (R).