Currently in Quincy

Currently in Quincy is a live program that airs Monday and Friday at 11:30am on QATV-8 and QATV-9.  The program features news, weather, and community updates.  Each show also features an interview with non-profit organizations, city officials, or individuals in an attempt to keep the residents of Quincy well informed.

Upcoming guests:  

 

October 4th - Schiller Boston Community Chorus.     

October 7th -   Dove, Domestic Violence Ended.     

October 11th - MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak.   

October 18th - House Majority Leader Ron Mariano.      

October 21st  - Quincy Lead Abatement Program.  

October 25th - Quincy Symphony Orchestra.   

October 28th - Quincy Point Congregational Church.

  

        

scheduled guests are subject to change

Find below recent episodes of Currently in Quincy.

Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy - October 11, 2019 Currently in Quincy - October 11, 2019 -- MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak talks about improvements along the Red Line, and longer term goals for the system.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy - October 7, 2019 Currently in Quincy - October 7, 2019 -- Mary Christo and Dawn Hayes from DOVE chat about their upcoming Harvesting Hope Gala.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy - September 30, 2019 Currently in Quincy - September 30, 2019 -- Sarah Holroyd of Quincy Community Action Programs provides details about their 8th Annual Best Chef Competition Fundraiser, scheduled for October 3rd at 6:00pm at Granite Links in Quincy.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy - September 27, 2019 Currently in Quincy - September 27, 2019 -- Quincy Chamber of Commerce President Tim Cahill chats about the state of the business community in Quincy and some upcoming events.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy - September 23, 2019 Currently in Quincy - September 23, 2019 -- Keith Segalla, Jim Mullaney, and Maura Papile of the Quincy Public Schools discuss the 6th Annual City of Presidents 5K, scheduled for September 29th at 9:30am at Adams Field.