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City to demolish former South Main Street bar

Structure has been condemned by building inspector; Jaycees offer to pay for demolition work

Clemens Field renovation continues
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Clemens Field renovation continues

There are approximately 40 games scheduled for this summer season

River levels delay North Street repairs
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River levels delay North Street repairs

The level of the Mississippi River in Hannibal continues to hinder the temporary repair of a damaged storm sewer on North Street

Summer school registration deadline extended
Education

Summer school registration deadline extended

With enrollment for its Jump Start Summer School expected to be down, the Hannibal School District has announced it is continuing to accept registrations

News

Steamboat company to begin cruising in July

Riverboats of the American Queen Steamboat Company will resume their cruises on the Mississippi River later this summer

City cashing in on grant opportunities
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City cashing in on grant opportunities

More than $700,000 received for road expansion in business park

Bids being sought for Veterans Memorial
Community

Bids being sought for Veterans Memorial

Despite still being a few thousand dollars shy of the goal, the Hannibal Parks and Recreation Department has announced it will soon seek bids for construction of the planned Veterans Memorial

City manager hopes for emergency grant funds
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City manager hopes for emergency grant funds

t has been over three months since the city of Hannibal submitted an application seeking over $750,000 in emergency grant funds for a storm-water sewer repair on the South Side

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City urged to toughen animal cruelty, neglect rules

The problems of animal cruelty and animal neglect in America's Hometown were brought to the attention of the Hannibal City Council during its June 16 meeting at city hall

Hannibal school board awards raises
Education

Hannibal school board awards raises

2% pay hikes given to certified staff, administrators; earlier raises for support staff will comply with gradual state minimum wage increasesCertified staff and administrators in the Hannibal School District will see their pay increase in the upcoming school year