QATV News

Guests Irene Lutz and Joe Hern of QuinCycles talk about the group and bicycling in the City of Quincy.

Guest John Paul, "The Car Doctor" of AAA Southern New England talks about gas prices, autonomous cars and more.

Guest Lt. Wonni In of the Quincy Salvation Army talks about the corp and the various programs offered.

As part of our commitment to bringing you in-depth coverage of Quincy’s elections, Quincy Access Television has offered to all candidates on the September preliminary election ballot, the opportunity to produce up to a five-minute message about their candidacy.

Our presentation of these messages reflects QATV’s commitment to bringing you the information you need to help you make an informed choice when you cast your ballot. Polls will be open on Election Day, Tuesday, September 10th, from 7am to 8pm. To find your polling place, visit the city web site at QuincyMA.gov, or call the City Clerk’s Office at (617) 376-1144. And don’t forget to watch our live election coverage beginning at 8pm on QATV channels 8 and 9!

Guest Dave Lawson of Norfolk County Mosquito Control talks about the organization and its efforts to curb the mosquito population.

Quincy College President Mike Bellotti and Bruce Van Dyke, Chairman of the college's Biotechnology and Good Manufacturing Program discuss that program and other programs coming up in the fall.

Loretta DeGrazia tells us about an upcoming fundraiser for NF Northeast. For more information, please visit www.NFNortheast.org.

Guest Philip Chong, CEO of Quincy Asian Resources, gives us a preview of this year's August Moon Festival. For more information, visit www.QuincyAsianResources.org.

Guests Barbara Armenta and Myron Stachiw talk about the Dorothy Quincy Homestead.

Guest John Yazwinski, Executive Director of Father Bills/MainSpring, discusses the 25th annual FoodFest.

Guests Patrick Shelton and Chuck White from the Rural Lodge of Masons provide an update on the lodge's new home in Quincy.

Guests Ann Foresman and Jim Rougvie of the Quincy Tennis Club talk about the 132 year old club.

On the 1000th episode of Currently in Quincy, guest Katelyn Szafir of the South Shore YMCA talks about the Y's new cancer support program.

Guest Jessica Pilkington of the Adams National Historic Park talks about upcoming events, including the numerous July 4th activities.

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