Each day after school lets out at 2:45 p.m. in Hannibal, between 30 and 60 middle school and high school students walk up the hill to the YMCA of Hannibal to hang out. A new YMCA program aims to add structure to their time at the facility.
The Hannibal Board of Education approved the district's proposed tax rate during a short meeting Wednesday.
A Hannibal boy is representing the United States in Greece this October after placing in the World Kickboxing and Karate Union U.S. trials.
Tourism is the one Missouri industry that annually makes a profit, Gov. Mike Parson said during a roundtable discussion on tourism Monday at the Mark Twain Museum in Hannibal.
Amy Vaughn tears up when she reflects on the hardest part of saying goodbye to Kids in Motion, Teens in Motion and Douglass Community Services on Wednesday.
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- For Susan Welker, the Bear Creek Rendezvous represents more than getting an up-close-and-personal glimpse at Native American culture. It's also a way for her to connect with her ancestry. Welker, a Hannibal resident for more than a decade
For decades the Mark Twain Dinette in Hannibal has been synonymous with root beer, whether it be the frosty mug the drink is served in, that first cool gulp on a hot day or the large root beer mug sign outside of the restaurant. Soon, people will be able
Four men who beautified areas around municipal facility signs were given mayoral commendations by Mayor James Hark during the Hannibal City Council meeting Tuesday.