Hannibal School District staff aren't ones to put their feet up and relax outside school. The district recently has seen an increase in the number of participants taking part in its monthly wellness program.
Kids in Motion asks that if people are making end-of-year donations, please consider gifting to the Douglass Community Services program.
Viking Cruises has put on hold its plans to offer Mississippi River cruises within the next few years. Hannibal city officials, who hoped the plans would come to fruition, were recently notified of the company's decision.
Mike and Donna Coons' yard was a holiday destination for 32 years. The couple thinned out their collection of holiday displays - many of which they built themselves - and gave some to their children and grandchildren. The remaining light displays were donated to the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department.
A man accused of killing a St. Louis County police officer in 2016 will not face the death penalty. A judge on Friday set the first-degree murder trial for 19-year-old Trenton Forster for Feb. 4, 2019.
2 Rivers Industries no longer accepts for recycling five types of plastics used in everyday items. The ban on plastic numbers 3 through 7 took effect Monday.
Families and Communities Together in Hannibal wants to remind people there is still time to enroll in 2018 health insurance. The Affordable Care Act is in place for 2018, and almost everyone must have health insurance or pay a fee.
Hannibal-area residents are invited to attend a free workshop to generate ideas that will help make Hannibal a better and healthier place. The unnamed workshop will be held 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the Hannibal Quality Inn and Suites.
The almost two-month search for a Bicentennial Steering Committee event director to handle Hannibal's bicentennial celebration in 2019 is over. The Hannibal City Council appointed Cindy Lovell to the position Tuesday.