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.
United Way of Adams County began pushing for its agencies to measure outcome and effectiveness in the early 2000s.
Ruth Doellman Teijido's century-long life has not always been easy. The eldest of 10 children, Teijido grew up during the Great Depression. She studied nursing and joined the American Red Cross, which led to her serving in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps during World War II.
QUINCY -- Those being incarcerated for nonviolent crimes are community members and neighbors. Retired judge Jim Radcliffe stressed that point during a meeting among Adams County leaders and Adult Redeploy Illinois representatives at the Adams County Courth
The village of Mendon will break ground Saturday on one of the largest veterans memorials in the area. The jet black and light-gray polished granite monument will be more than 16 feet in length.
The annual Marvin J. and Thomas Leo Likes Lecture Series has a special purpose this year: raising awareness for the New Philadelphia Association site as the National Park Service considers it to be designated a national landmark.
A push to promote inclusiveness in jury pools in some Illinois metropolitan hubs may not be as applicable in Adams County.
Three local musicians who recently were recognized on the national stage will hold a celebratory concert at Legacy Theater this weekend.