Secretary of State Ashcroft visits Hannibal to promote upcoming election
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Secretary of State Ashcroft visits Hannibal to promote upcoming election

Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft was in Hannibal on Wednesday afternoon to promote participation in the Nov. 3 election.

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Hannibal City Council approves antique tractor parade, show

During a year when numerous events have been canceled because of the COVID-19 threat, an event was added on Wednesday to the community calendar with the blessing of the Hannibal City Council.

Hannibal riverfront project nearing completion
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Hannibal riverfront project nearing completion

Significant progress continues to be made on the Hannibal riverfront restoration project, according to Andy Dorian, the city's director of central services. "The riverfront is rocking and rolling," Dorian told the Hannibal Park Board.

Hannibal investigates drainage area complaint
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Hannibal investigates drainage area complaint

A drainage complaint from a South Side resident has been investigated by the city of Hannibal.

Ceremony begins long-awaited construction of new animal shelter
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Ceremony begins long-awaited construction of new animal shelter

A large crowd witnessed a milestone several years in the making for the Northeast Missouri Humane Society as ground was broken for a new shelter on Tuesday.

Plantation named for Hannibal Tree Board member
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Plantation named for Hannibal Tree Board member

Ed Tamerius, a member of the Hannibal Tree Board for more than two decades, was recognized Wednesday when it was announced that a "plantation" of 65 bald cypress being planted would be named in his honor.

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Hannibal considering subdivision ordinance changes

A public hearing regarding proposed ordinance changes for drainage and flood control, and subdivisions will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 6.

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More than 400 abandoned structures identified during HPD survey

Vacant structures are scattered throughout much of Hannibal. These unoccupied buildings, both residential and commercial, are more than a potential neighborhood eyesore, according to Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis.

Hannibal man faces child abuse charge
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Hannibal man faces child abuse charge

A Hannibal man faces charges including child abuse in connection with a domestic disturbance.

Hannibal man charged with arson in Center Street fire
Police & Courts

Hannibal man charged with arson in Center Street fire

A Hannibal man faces an arson charge in connection with a Sunday fire in Hannibal.

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