QATV News

Guests Phil Gay and Karen Peterson, both of the South Shore YMCA, talk about YMCA's summer day camp and other programs available.

Guest Al Bina, President of the Quincy Quarry and Granite Workers Museum, talks about the organization and the museum.

Erich Archer of 1623 Studios in Cape Ann, MA  produced this video asking Congress to stop the FCC's FNPRM on so-called "in-kind" services which would have devastating effects on all local access stations including Quincy Access Television.  Erich produced the video to share with communities across the country.

Guest Rick Doane, Executive Director of Interfaith Social Services, talks about the upcoming Stop the Stigma 5K on April 27th.

Guest Richard Fernandez, CEO & President of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Milton.

Guests Alice Arena and Mike Lang from Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station talk about the current status of the compressor station.

To help raise funds for this year's Quincy Pride Day, join the organizers for a fundraiser on Wednesday, April 10th, from 6 to 9pm, at Revel Lounge, 79 Parkingway in Quincy. For more information, check out "Quincy Pride" on Facebook, or visit QPrideDay.com!

Be sure to check out this year's South Shore Science Festival! It will be held on Saturday, April 13th, from 10am to 3pm, at the Quincy Center for Innovation, 180 Old Colony Avenue in Quincy. To save time, preregister online at www.SouthShoreScience.org.

Guests Tanesha Wright (Woodward School for Girls Leadership Council) and Grace Neville (Senior at the Woodward School for Girls) talk about Woodward School for Girls and the upcoming Girls Brunch and Fashion Show fundraiser.

Guests Marc Connolly and Bob Godfrey of the Marine Corps League William R. Caddy Detachment #124 talk about the annual Caddy Day Memorial Ceremony to be held on April 28th.

Guests Yoichi Udagawa (Conductor) and Barbara Clement (Vice President) of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra discuss the upcoming March 31st concert.

Guest Alan McCall talks about the Scots Charitable Society.

Guests Mary Dornan Houghton, Don Houghton and Gail Clear discuss Mary's 100th birthday and her time touring the United States performing with her brothers.

Mayor Thomas Koch, joined by Rep. Stephen Lynch, holds a press conference to react to the federal lawsuit filed against the City of Quincy alleging the City has violated the Clean Water Act.

March 15, 2019 edition of Currently in Quincy with guest Officer Mike Foley of the Quincy Police Department's Marine Unit discussing free boater safety courses.

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