New podcast shines light on Hannibal's history, quirks and characters
Missouri News

New podcast shines light on Hannibal's history, quirks and characters

Two local residents with a deep affection for Hannibal are making their feelings about the town known through a new podcast, the "Rivertown Review."

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New program provides free meals to Hannibal students in after-school activities
Education

New program provides free meals to Hannibal students in after-school activities

Douglass Community Services and the Hannibal School District are working together to help combat hunger. Any Hannibal Middle School and Hannibal High School student involved in after-school activities are eligible for a free brown bag meal to be eaten at

Police & Courts

Two passengers injured in crash near Monroe City

Two passengers suffered minor injuries when a towed unit collided with a vehicle Saturday near Monroe City.

Missouri News

NEMO Humane Society gets $35,000 grant to help struggling pet owners

The Northeast Missouri Humane Society has received a $35,000 grant to help keep more pets and their owners together in the Hannibal area.

Police & Courts

Shelbina man hurt in Ralls County crash

CURRYVILLE, Mo. -- A Shelby County man suffered serious injuries in a two-vehicle crash Friday near the Ralls County line. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said that George C. Carpenter, 85, of Shelbina, was driving south at 5:25 p.m. Friday on Route F ab

Quincy News

New 20 Under 40 reception set for Tuesday

For the first time, 20 Under 40 recipients will be recognized with a banquet Tuesday, Sept. 18.

Two Illinois residents facing counterfeiting charges
Police & Courts

Two Illinois residents facing counterfeiting charges

Two Illinois residents were arrested Thursday in Hannibal, after police said they were passing counterfeit bills at area businesses.

Police & Courts

Palmyra teen injured in crash

A Palmyra teen was injured in an early Thursday morning crash in Marion County.

Police & Courts

One driver injured in two-vehicle crash in Lewis County

One person was injured in a two-vehicle crash at 4:15 p.m. Thursday in Lewis County.

Hannibal News

First Walk to End Alzheimer's in Hannibal has raised $15k

More than $15,000 has been raised by the Hannibal-area community for Alzheimer's care, support and research ahead of the Walk to End Alzheimer's Saturday in Hannibal.

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