It's always nice to see a local community receive recognition from a national publication. This week, USA Today published Idyllic America: Picturesque towns in each state, a photo gallery featuring one picturesque town for each state in the country. Hannibal was chosen to represent Missouri.
The Marion County Health Department and Home Health Agency is once again sponsoring the annual Halloween Parade in Hannibal. The parade will be at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 24 from Grand Avenue and Broadway to the end of Main Street.
There have been some pretty big football games over the past few seasons. In 2012 Quincy made a visit to Hannibal. That was a crazy night. There crowd was huge. The weather was terrible. Everyone got soaked, but they saw a great game. Quincy Notre Dame and Hannibal had played one another up until this season, and those games were also always packed. For this season, it's hard to imagine a game that could be considered bigger than Friday night's upcoming meeting between the Quincy High Blue Devils and Quincy Notre Dame Raiders.
Hannibal Police Chief Lyndell Davis held a press conference Friday morning to announce the arrest of 29-year-old Carl Goldberg for the death of his father, 84-year-old Carl Maxwell, whose body was discovered at 2034 Broadway on October 6.
The State of Iowa is famous for, among other things, presidential caucuses, agriculture, the Hawkeyes and the Cyclones, Captain James T. Kirk, and Herbert Hoover. Movies doesn't usually come to mind, but there have actually been a number of well known films shot in the Hawkeye State.
Congratulations to Jayne Pieper and Denise Sangoi, winners of the first-ever Women of Distinction Awards, presented by Townsquare Median and the American Business Women’s Association - Quincy Chapter. Pieper, who works in Sales and Promotions at Blessing Health Systems, won in the Rising Stars category. Sangoi, an Occupational Therapist at Blessing Hospital, was the winner in the Shining Star category.
The 67th annual Mark Twain Marching Band Festival - better known as Band Day - took place Tuesday in Hannibal. 29 high school and middle school bands from around the area took part in a parade down Broadway, and several bands also performed at Porter Stadium during a field show on Tuesday evening.
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