The three-week summer school session ended June 15 with substantially lower attendance than last year, and the Hannibal School Board discussed Wednesday what it could do to boost participation next year.
U.S. Rep. Sam Graves said Wednesday that Douglass Community Services in Hannibal has received a new grant of more than $240,000 to support the organization's foster grandparent program.
Four Hannibal residents were arrested Wednesday after police served a search warrant in the 2800 block of Marion Street as part of an ongoing drug investigation.
Few open seats were to be found in the Hannibal City Council chambers Tuesday night in anticipation of hearing more about a proposed shelter for parolees as they transition back to civilian life.
Kids in Motion and Teens in Motion youths gave testimonials Wednesday to a group gathered for the organization's annual informational and inspirational Impact Breakfast.
For those who choose to push through the struggles of opioid withdrawal, treatment centers are available to help. Staff members monitor those who go through the withdrawal process and provide people with resources to prevent relapse.
It was standing room only at Hannibal's 21st annual Juneteenth celebration Tuesday at the Hannibal Free Public Library. During the 45-minute presentation, St. Louis storyteller and musician Wendy Gordon traced the history of the Negro spiritual.
The Missouri Department of Transportation reminds people that the intersection of Stardust Drive and Pirate Pride Drive will close about 8 p.m. Tuesday for road improvements and will remain closed through Aug. 6.