Maven Hair Co., 1001 Beaumont Ave., Suite 103, recently opened a new 1,500-square-foot salon. Megan Manley is the owner, and the salon has seven stylists offering services to men, women and children and specializing in haircuts and color treatments. Several of the stylists do extensions and smoothing treatments. Facial waxing, makeup and event hair are also available.205-407-4337,
Dr. Aaron Hawkins, the clinical medical director of The Hawkins Group, recently expanded his practice from two offices in Auburn to include an office at 2803 Greystone Commercial Blvd. Treatments include medication and counseling services, treatment for people struggling with substance abuse, telemedicine services and transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy, or TMS. 205-968-1227
City Bowls, which sells acai, pitaya bowls and more at Patchwork Farms in Vestavia Hills and with a food truck, recently opened another location in the former spot of Smoosh, an ice cream cookie sandwich shop, at 5220 Peridot Place, Suite 112, in the Stadium Trace Village development. 205-502-7373,
The Birmingham Recovery Center has opened as an outpatient drug and alcohol addiction recovery center in a 7,500-square-foot building at 2501 International Park Drive in the International Park office complex off Acton Road. The center is in the former location of Noah’s Event Venue and offers “partial hospitalization” (essentially all-day services) and other outpatient services, including group counseling, individual counseling, medical and psychological evaluations and support for family members of people battling addictions. 205-813-7400
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville recently opened a 1,500-square-foot office in The Offices at 3000 Riverchase, the office tower connected to the Riverchase Galleria. The office is Suite 915 on the ninth floor of the tower and will have three people working in it, said Mike Raita, Tuberville’s regional director for a 12-county area that includes Jefferson, Shelby, Bibb, Blount, Chilton, Fayette, Lamar, Pickens, St. Clair, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Walker counties.
Stephanie Thomas has opened Sage Salon at 2321 John Hawkins Parkway, Suite 117. Thomas is a master cosmetologist with about 20 years experience in the hair care industry. Others working there include senior stylists Dorsae Holmes, Gabrielle Morris and Jessica Falls and barber Phillip Ransom. The salon offers haircuts, colors and textured styles. 205-490-1449
Cahaba Nutrition, 2409 Acton Road, has expanded into Hoover to take over the former Hoover Nutrition. The new store will be called The Met Nutrition, 2772 John Hawkins Parkway, Suite 110, next to Buffalo Wild Wings. 205-848-2425, Instagram @themetnutrition
The Hoover City Council recently approved for a Pet Paradise facility to be built in Tattersall Park on Alabama 119 near Greystone. The 15,000-square-foot facility will be on two acres at the corner of Greystone Way and Tattersall Boulevard and include outdoor runs and play areas, on-site veterinary care seven days a week, grooming and day camp services, and a residence quarters for a 24-hour caretaker.
Rodney Scott’s BBQ, Hero Doughnuts & Buns, and The Pants Store plan to open new locations in the Stadium Trace Village development at the corner of John Hawkins Parkway and Stadium Trace Parkway, developer Will Kadish said.
Relocations and Renovations
Hearing Solutions has expanded into a new, larger facility at 3000 Meadow Lake Drive, just a few doors down from its previous location. Owner Dana Walcheck is also pleased to announce that audiologist Abby Ryan has joined the team.205-739-2242,
Dr. Mia Cowan and MiBella Wellness are moving from 3000 Meadow Lake Drive to a bigger office at 2807 Greystone Commercial Blvd. in September. 205-995-1009
The Barrington on the Green apartment complex, 5775 Summer Place Parkway, has been acquired by White Eagle, and the name of the complex has changed to The…
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