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Hannibal council tables lone bid for HCVB building

A decision on whether or not to sell city-owned property at 505 N. 3rd St. was tabled by the Hannibal City Council during its Tuesday night meeting at city hall.

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A mission to fill furry bellies
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A mission to fill furry bellies

Best friends Angela and Paula Brown have sparked a yearly community effort to provide meals to dogs and cats at the Northeast Missouri Humane Society.

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School district to address trauma issues

A program aimed at helping individuals deal with trauma is being launched by the Hannibal School District. "Hannibal public schools have worked diligently to be at the forefront of trauma support and education," said Meghan Karr.

Hannibal courts HGTV for 'Home Town Makeover'
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Hannibal courts HGTV for 'Home Town Makeover'

A local team of residents combined their efforts to encourage the hosts of the upcoming HGTV show "Home Town Makeover" to perform a city-wide makeover as part of a national contest focused on small towns.

Hannibal man arrested after reportedly threatening police
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Hannibal man arrested after reportedly threatening police

A Hannibal man faces multiple charges after he reportedly threatened a police officer Thursday afternoon. Damien M.W. McCulley, 22, has been charged with unlawful use of a weapon, first-degree harassment and armed criminal action.

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Hannibal looks at ways to boost airport activity

Activity may soon be increasing at Hannibal Regional Airport. An assortment of activities intended to attract both pilots and the public to the facility are under consideration by city personnel and members of the airport advisory board.

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Hannibal Expressway remains a priority

The proposed Hannibal Expressway, which has been a regional priority for years, may be gaining some traction.

Teens avoid serious injury after sidewalk collapse
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Teens avoid serious injury after sidewalk collapse

Two Hannibal teens were left with minor injuries last week after the sidewalk they were walking on collapsed beneath them.

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Hannibal pursues grant to help pay for new fire gear

The Hannibal Fire Department is in need of new self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) equipment.

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Buckle Up Phone Down campaign looks to save lives

The Missouri Department of Transportation's Buckle Up Phone Down campaign continues to grow with the message for all motorists to buckle up and put their phones down.

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