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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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The clinic’s patients will find themselves in the reliable care of Johnson and her staff, who strive to bring relief not only to present symptoms, but also treatment for their complete chronic issues. Read more

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From million-dollar divorces to individuals charged with crimes, for 17 years, Nicole Saia has represented clients in more than 875 cases in various Alabama and federal court systems. Read more

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Southern Blood Services Inc. is a specialty plasma center that collects antibody-enriched plasma that is processed into life-saving medicine, such as Rho(D) immune globulin. Read more

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Located next to Taziki’s in the Lee Branch shopping center, the Christian boutique specializes in clothing and accessories geared toward teens, adults and maturing stylish women. Read more

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The clinical staff is composed entirely of RNs and LPNs. The practice also offers Saturday sick patient appointments for urgent health care. Read more

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Breanna Sexton of RE/MAX Southern Homes in the 280 area believes the real estate business is about more than just volume and numbers. Her goal is to put smiles on the faces of her clients. Read more

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Palmer says she loves what she does. She enjoys building lasting relationships with patients, getting to know them, their lifestyle and their vision needs. Read more

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Cardiovascular Associates was founded in 1946 by Dr. John Burrett, the first cardiologist to practice in the state of Alabama. Read more

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Wilder helps people sell/purchase or, as she likes to say, “invest in homes that will provide a pathway to wealth.” Read more

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