Hannibal School District preparing online meal payment system
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Hannibal School District preparing online meal payment system

Parents in the Hannibal School District may soon find it easier to pay for their children's lunches and breakfasts.

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Hannibal City Council discussed bond projects

Funding for two of Hannibal's major projects including riverfront redevelopment is starting to take shape, our news-gathering partners at WGEM reported.

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Admiral Coontz Center closed due to water

The Admiral Coontz Recreation Center will be closed this week due to water in the facility.

Hannibal woman faces drug, child endangerment charges
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Hannibal woman faces drug, child endangerment charges

Amber Gregory was charged Monday with possession of meth and child endangerment, for allegedly having drugs in close proximity to a 4-year-old child.

Every life is 'sacred' to Life Chain participants
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Every life is 'sacred' to Life Chain participants

Geri Graves' willingness to take part in Sunday's Life Chain was an easy decision.

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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
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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.