John Sullivan of the Quincy DPW warns residents about FOG (fats, oils and grease).

John Yazwinski from Father Bills/MainSpring talks about the annual FoodFest fundraiser.

Phil Gay of the South Shore YMCA and Brad Zarges, Director of Athletics at Eastern Nazarene College, talk about the joint summer day camp program for youth.

Neil McCole, President of the Friends of Wollaston Beach, talks about the organization and some upcoming events.

State Senator John Keenan (Norfolk & Plymouth) discusses how state money funds local projects.

Quincy Access Television Channel 8 will cover the graduation ceremonies of each high school in Quincy. The following are the days and times when you can tune in to Channel 8, and enjoy another look at the 2016 graduation ceremonies.

Quincy High School:
LIVE: Monday, June 13th, 6pm
Monday, June 13th, 9pm
Wednesday, June 15th, 7pm
Friday, June 16th, 6pm
Saturday, June 17th, 12pm
Sunday, June 18th, 6pm
Monday, June 20th, 8pm
Thursday, June 23rd, 6pm
Saturday, June 25th, 8:30pm
Sunday, June 26th, 12pm

North Quincy High School:
LIVE: Tuesday, June 14th, 6pm
Thursday, June 16th, 7pm
Friday, June 17th, 8pm
Saturday, June 18th, 2pm
Sunday, June 19th, 8pm
Wednesday, June 22nd, 7pm
Thursday, June 23rd, 8pm
Saturday, June 25th, 6:30pm
Sunday, June 26th, 2pm

Margaret Laforest of Discover Quincy describes the many free events planned over the Summer of 2016 throughout Quincy.

Adams National Historical Park Deputy Superintendent Caroline Keinath talks about some of the events to celebrate the park's 70th anniversary.

Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey and guest John P. McGahan, President of the Gavin Foundation, discuss treatment challenges for those struggling with addiction.

Quincy Licensing Board Chairman Drew Scheele provides an update of the May 24th meeting.

Quincy Ward 3 Councillor Ian Cain and Walter Hubley of the Wollaston Hill Neighborhood Association provide an update on the first Porchfest Music Celebration, scheduled for June 18th.

Members of Quincy Girl Scouts Troop 65472 tout their efforts to encourage people to build bat and bird houses to combat insects as part of their effort to earn a bronze medal.

Rob Stevens from the Quincy Planning Department joins us to discuss Resilient Quincy, an upcoming forum on coastal planning hosted by the city and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council.

Quincy Board of License Commissioners Chairman and Health Commissioner Drew Scheele provides an update on the licensing board meeting of April 26th, and health department issues in Quincy.


Lynda Southerland of the Quincy Animal Shelter promotes an upcoming Catwalk Fashion Show Fundraiser, scheduled for May 15th at the Tirrell Room in Quincy.