QATV News

Chris Reale of FoxRock Properties of Quincy talks about their plans for the site of the former Quincy Medical Center.

Captains Kyle and Amber Maynor of the Quincy Salvation Army talk about the organization's plans for the holiday season.

Quincy Public Schools students dropped by our studios with their families to pick up awards for placing in the annual Christmas Poster Contest. The parade theme this year is "Christmas Around the World". Congratulations to all of the children who participated this year, the artwork was outstanding!

This year, Quincy celebrated the holiday season with the city's 67th Annual Christmas Parade. QATV was there to broadcast the festivities!

Jeff Bertman of Rogers Jewelry talks about their new location in Quincy Center.

Brian Hickox and Yoichi Udagawa, President and Conductor of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra chat about their annual 'Tis the Season Holiday Concert.

Al Bina, President, Quincy Quarry and Granite Workers Museum, talks about the museum's plans for the rest of 2019 and into 2020.

Athletic Directors Kevin Mahoney (QHS) and JJ Niamkey (NQHS) discuss this year's Thanksgiving Football game, and the fall season's Patriot League All-Stars.

Jack Raymer, Quincy College Athletic Director, chats about their upcoming activities.

Richard Fernandez, President of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Milton explains their plans for an urgent care center in Quincy Center.

Quincy Navy Veteran Christine Cugini explains the 2nd annual Wreaths Across America program in Quincy. On December 14th, graves of all 7200 veterans in Quincy will be decorated with a wreath for the holidays.

Kim Calvi of the Friends of the Thomas Crane Public Library in Quincy chats about the group, some past events and some upcoming activities.

Quincy Graves Registration Officer George Bouchard discusses this year's Veterans Day Parade.

Quincy held a municipal election on November 5th, and QATV was live with results, analysis, and interviews with the candidates and city officials!

Candidates forum hosted by the Quincy Democratic City Committee at Central Middle School on October 29, 2019.

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