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:  

 

January 3rd - Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch.   

January 6th -   Janet Little of the Quincy Farmers' Market.     

January 10th - Robert Pierson of the Norfolk County RSVP Program.     

January 13th - Lisa Braxton of the National Fire Protection Association.  

January 17th - Dr. Wayne Westcott of the Exercise Science Program at Quincy College.          

January 20th  - MLK Jr. Day.  No Show.      

January 24th - Marie McCabe of the Good Neighbor Energy Fund.         

January 27th - Philip Chong, Director of Quincy Asian Resources. 

January 31st - Kevin Reno of the Social Security Administration.     

  

        

scheduled guests are subject to change

Find below recent episodes of Currently in Quincy.

Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: January 13, 2020 Currently in Quincy: January 13, 2020 -- Lisa Braxton of the National Fire Protection Association offers some tips to keep your home safe, and what to do in an emergency.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: January 10, 2020 Currently in Quincy: January 10, 2020 -- Robert Pierson of the Norfolk County RSVP Program gives an overview of the program, and where volunteers are needed.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: January 6, 2020 Currently in Quincy: January 6, 2020 -- Janet Little of the Quincy Farmers' Market chats about their Winter Market, held on Fridays at the Quincy YMCA.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: January 3, 2020 Currently in Quincy: January 3, 2020 -- Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch joins us to talk about his sixth inauguration as Mayor, and the city's plans for the new year.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: December 30, 2019 Currently in Quincy: December 30, 2019 -- South Shore YMCA President Paul Gorman chats about the organization's plans for 2020.