The United Way of the Mark Twain Area has named Denise Damron as the organization's new executive director starting Tuesday. She replaces Frank Di Tillo, who announced his retirement in November.
Ever since Joan Lindley of Oklahoma City lost her husband in 2016, she has lived in the couple's 1920s-era home by herself. The building needs maintenance and repair, so when Lindley saw that a historic preservation class was being offered, she signed up.
The University of Missouri has announced a new cost-saving incentive for transfer students from Moberly Area Community College, which has a location at 190 Shinn Lane in Hannibal.
Sample chili, dress in your best medieval attire and support local organizations by attending Saturday's 35th annual Bud and Bud Light Chili Cook-Off in Hannibal.
The Hannibal Police Department is investigating the death of a 17-year-old Kirksville, Mo., female, a release by the department said.
The Hannibal Board of Public Works will be doing a customer satisfaction survey now through Feb. 23 to receive feedback from residential and commercial customers.
Three skulls appeared on the sonogram during Sadie Sharp's 20-week ultrasound at Hannibal Regional Hospital. When the nurse turned to tell Sharp she was pregnant with triplets, Sharp wasn't surprised by the news.
Bluff City Theater kicks off its 2018 season this week with the play "The Sunset Limited." The theme for performances this year is faith and the various forms it takes.