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.
Almost 70 law enforcement officials, medical, education and social services representatives and other community members gathered at the Quincy Senior and Family Resource Center Friday for an all-day summit on stalking.
Three months in Germany showed Dave Schlembach that, beyond the language barrier, we're not all that different.
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Pittsfield's Fayette Street extension project is complete. The Pittsfield City Council approved two change orders during its meeting Tuesday night, dropping the final cost of the project by about $7,000 to a total of $49,000.
Although it won't bear the same name as the traditional Color Drive, Pike County will not go without its historic fall attraction this year.
Hannibal's Twisted Juniper Yoga studio caters largely to baby boomers. Classes like Root, Slow Flow and Senior Stretch appeal to boomers who face declining flexibility and mobility. Studio owner Emily Trevathan said the average age of her students is betw