Hannibal News

Hannibal City Council seeks grant to extend sidewalk along Palmyra Road

The Hannibal City Council will seek a state grant to help pay for extending a sidewalk along Palmyra Road from Bay Avenue to Riverview Park.

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Hannibal schools get $26,055 forfeited in drug case

Funds seized in a drug raid will be transferred to the Hannibal School District. Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton said $26,055 is being released for use at the school district's discretion.

Vintage Market proves big hit for vendors and visitors alike
Hannibal News

Vintage Market proves big hit for vendors and visitors alike

Michelle Foulk's grin said it all. There was no place Foulk would rather have been Sunday than downtown Hannibal, which hosted the final day of the Main Street Fall Vintage Market.

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Hawley bringing Senate race to Hannibal next week

Hannibal-LaGrange University will host Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley as the featured speaker for chapel at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, in the Roland Fine Arts Center.

Hannibal resident went from school teacher to potential U.S. vice president
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Hannibal resident went from school teacher to potential U.S. vice president

The first full-term African-American U.S. senator has ties to Hannibal, and Jim's Journey: The Huck Finn Freedom Center capped off it's five-year anniversary celebration with a keynote address Sunday by the senator's descendant.

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Lots of activities planned for HLGU's annual homecoming Oct. 5-6

Hannibal-LaGrange University has announced plans for its 2018 homecoming celebration Oct. 5-6.

Hannibal News

Jim's Journey celebrates fifth anniversary this weekend

Jim's Journey: The Huck Finn Freedom Center will celebrate the fifth anniversary of its opening with a slate of events set for this weekend.

Police & Courts

Hannibal man charged after drug user overdoses

Kristopher Sponsler, 27, of Hannibal, was charged with delivery of a controlled substance this week, according to Marion County Prosecutor David Clayton.

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

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.