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Marion County opens Twitter account

Site will be used to post county updates on health crisis, floods and more

Commission suspends weekly meetings
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Commission suspends weekly meetings

In response to the coronavirus, the Marion County Commission voted Monday to temporarily cease having regular weekly meetings

HBPW gets forensic audit results
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HBPW gets forensic audit results

Agency instituted changes in accounting procedures, oversight

Virus prompts policy changes at city hall, HBPW
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Virus prompts policy changes at city hall, HBPW

The coronavirus has prompted policy changes at both Hannibal City Hall and the Hannibal Board of Public Works

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Hannibal school buses to deliver meals

With Hannibal schools closed as a coronavirus precaution, students who are hungry will benefit from a meal program provided by the school district in partnership with Douglass Community Services

Appointee for HBPW Board recommended
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Appointee for HBPW Board recommended

One week after Ken Reasoner was named the new general manager of the Hannibal Board of Public Works it now appears another high-profile vacancy at the HBPW might soon be filled

Summer school may take on different format
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Summer school may take on different format

Hannibal Middle School will not be available due to renovation work

Council to consider raising permit fees
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Council to consider raising permit fees

An increase to building permit fees will be up for consideration by the Hannibal City Council when it meets Tuesday night at city hall. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in council chambers

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Victory Over Hunger program starved for volunteers

Hannibal's Victory Over Hunger Garden program, which has grown and donated hundreds of pounds of produce to a local food ministry over the past three summers, is in need of volunteers if it is going to make it through a fourth season

Hannibal’s past raising riverfront project costs
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Hannibal’s past raising riverfront project costs

Hannibal is widely known for its historical roots. But pieces of its past are increasing the cost of its ongoing riverfront renovation project