Matt Dutton joined The Herald-Whig newsroom as a staff writer in October 2016. His primary responsibility is covering Illinois region news and features. A Monmouth native, Matt received a bachelor’s degree in English from Monmouth College. While at Monmouth College, he studied journalism under former NBC Nightly News Executive Director Joe Angotti. Before starting at The Herald-Whig, he interned with the Gatehouse Media Review Atlas in Monmouth. After receiving his degree, he became the Review Atlas’ staff reporter. In his free time, Matt enjoys hiking, fishing and playing the drums.
Quincy native Jordan Archibald woke up Wednesday morning in Richmond, and by the end of the day Thursday, he had performed in Lima, Ohio, and Indiana, Pa. Archibald, 22, is touring with a production of the Broadway musical "Kinky Boots."
The first time Gabby Pratt attended an event at Quincy Young Life, she spent most of it in the bathroom. Crippled by an anxiety attack, her first hour there was full of terror as she hid out in a stall. Pratt now helps other students who are in the position she once was.
The Pittsfield Rotary Club's annual Drug Awareness Day has shifted over the years to incorporate issues plaguing younger generations.
Liberty School District junior high and high school students got a break from their daily routine Friday when the school brought in more than a dozen speakers to present on all aspects of emotional wellness.
Job hunters had the opportunity to scout availabilities from more than 20 local employers Thursday afternoon at the Region's Largest Career Fair at John Wood Community College.
Mayor Kyle Moore's town hall Tuesday night touched on many points he has addressed at previous town halls -- the biggest difference was how many people were present to hear it. And several opposed the idea of privitazing city services to balance the budget.
Inspired by Quincy High School's student-driven Welcome and Wellness Conference, Liberty School District will hold a similar event for its students Friday.
Ryan Jansen was on track to go to West Point and eyeing a military career when a hard hit during a particularly hot football practice shattered those dreams.