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Photos courtesy of Rosati’s Chicago Pizza.

Lee Branch will soon be home to the first Rosati’s Chicago Pizza in the state. Read more

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Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Jim Moeller, owner of New York Butcher Shoppe in The Heights Village Shopping Center, really enjoys his business. Read more

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The Molly Green shopping experience is unique in that shoppers have the option to have one of the stylists style them as they shop. Read more

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Courtesy of Jeff and Kimberly Wilson.

While on vacation with their kids this past summer, Jeff and Kimberly Wilson came up with the idea for a business that would bring something new to the U.S. 280 and Greystone area. Read more

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Dick's Golf Galaxy

Photo courtesy of Paul Gores/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Construction on the Dick's Sporting Goods and Golf Galaxy should begin this summer, and a grand opening is set for the first quarter of 2020. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson

The 71,000-square-foot store is scheduled to close at the end of March. Read more

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Stephen Craft, dean of the University of Montevallo's Stephens College of Business, presented findings for the fourth annual Shelby County Business Outlook Survey. Read more

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Photos by Kamp Fender.

Champion Latin and Ballroom dance studio has reopened in a new location and with a new name. Read more

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Photo by Sam Chandler.

The new store will help anchor the Tattersall Park development at the corner of U.S. 280 and Alabama 119. Read more

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Tammy Holcombe works alongside her husband Van, who is the owner of Holcombe Doors and Windows. Read more

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The practice specializes in providing dental care for all children, from 6 months through teen years, including those who have special needs or are medically compromised. Read more

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When a customer hopes to purchase or change out a window treatment, Mitchell asks about how they want the room or space to function before determining the best option. Read more

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Hilltop Montessori founder Cindi Stehr and head of school Michele Scott Wilensky were both Montessori educators who wanted to create a unique school for students who loved learning. Read more

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When Jenny Sobera was nearing the end of her studies at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, she did a rotation in dermatology and realized she’d found her calling. Read more

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Chiropractic Today offers premium services in English, Spanish and Korean. Read more

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“I love my job because I love helping others,” Wendy said. “Adoptions are my favorite cases because I have a very special place in my heart for children.” Read more

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At Tonja B’s Sleep Consulting, Bizor offers her expert advice on how to get children to sleep through the night, as well as a variety of programs that will fit any household budget. Read more

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Dogs love coming to Everyday Pet Styles for their regular grooming appointment, owner Lisa Marie said. That’s why she decided to add doggie daycare to her pet salon’s menu of services. Read more

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Since Lisa Salamone Talton was 7 years old, she wanted to be a social worker. “I wanted to make a difference,” she said. Read more

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Alicia Cuevas says that when she was 22, an uncle who was a homebuilder in Texas got her interested in real estate. Read more

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