Reporter

Danny Henley

573-248-2752
dhenley@courierpost.com

Bylines

News

Tree project named for board member

Hannibal Tree Commission plants 65 bald cypress trees on city lot that often floods south of Bear Creek

City considering subdivision ordinance changes
News

City 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

City investigates South Side drainage area complaint
News

City investigates South Side drainage area complaint

Resident says area consistently floods whenever it rains due to weeds and debris damming nearby creek

Police seeking more lights in high-crime area
News

Police seeking more lights in high-crime area

HBPW making plans for street-lighting projects

News

Speeding parents catch HPD's attention

Traffic study reveals Johnson Street frequently used by motorists

Former teacher, coach to fill board seat
Education

Former teacher, coach to fill board seat

Seven asked to be considered for vacancy left after Booth moved out of the district

Police chief targets root cause of crime
News

Police chief targets root cause of crime

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

On-street parking restrictions being considered near Hannibal school
News

On-street parking restrictions being considered near Hannibal school

The restricting of on-street parking during school hours on Bird Street at Mark Twain Elementary School in Hannibal was a point of consideration during a recent meeting of the Hannibal Traffic Committee

News

Graves says river changes may be coming

Water Resources Development Act of 2020 discussed in Congress

Hannibal police given green light to purchase training simulator
News

Hannibal police given green light to purchase training simulator

At a time when some are calling for the defunding of police, the Hannibal City Council unanimously approved last week the spending of over $80,000 by the Hannibal Police Department for an interactive use-of-force simulator