The United Way of the Mark Twain Area is seeking nominations for its second annual "Evening of Philanthropy" event recognizing individuals who give of themselves for others.
Two Hannibal residents were arrested on Saturday as part of an ongoing investigation into narcotics distribution.
The Mark Twain Museum in Hannibal recently received several first editions of Mark Twain's works donated by Raymond P. Ewing, a former Hannibal resident.
Hannibal will attempt to set a world record next Saturday, Dec. 14, as a way of putting an exclamation mark on the end of the city's yearlong bicentennial celebration.
Three Market Street properties are a step away from being rezoned after a first reading by the Hannibal City Council on Tuesday night. Up for rezoning consideration are 2924 Market St., 2705 Market St. and 3014 Market St.
The cause of a fire Wednesday in Hannibal has been determined to be incendiary. The Hannibal Fire Department was called at 5:50 p.m. to 1305 Sierra on the report of a structure fire.
The Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum is once again hosting a gingerbread house contest. The home and museum sponsored its first such contest last year, and it elicited a strong response from the community.
A Hannibal man faces between five and 40 years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to one count of possession of intent to distribute over 50 grams of methamphetamine.
For decades, a half-mile route of millions of lights twinkling in sync with Christmas music has been a tradition for people visiting the home of John and Mary Freiling at 57343 Carrs Lane.