Video Gallery

See video The choirs of Quincy High School and North Quincy High School will perform at the Thomas Crane Library on May 3rd (QHS) and May 5th (NQHS).
See video Karen Giovanniello, President of the Quincy Art Association, talks about the organization's annual "Spring into Art" exhibit, on display at the Thomas Crane Library from May 7th until May 28th.
See video Boston private investigator and author John DiNatale talks about his book "Memoirs of a Boston PI" and his appearance at the Thoma Crane Library on May 10th.
See video Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe will present "Faster than a Speeding Bullet: A Brief History of Comics" on May 16th at the Thomas Crane Library, part of the library's Grownups 20s & 30s series.
See video Author Robine Andrau will discuss her book "Bowing to the Emperor" at a presentation at the Thomas Crane Library on May 9th.
See video State Senator John Keenan (Norfolk/Plymouth District) provides a tour of the Massachusetts State House.
See video State View w/ guest State Rep. Tackey Chan (Norfolk 2nd).
See video State View w/ guest: Massachusetts State Senator John Keenan (Norfolk/Plymouth district). Taped April 8, 2016
See video The Quincy DPW reminds residents that curbside collection of trash and recycling will be a day late the week of April 17th due to Patriots Day.
See video Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey w/ guests State Rep. Jeff Roy and Jim Derick, president of SAFE Coalition
See video John Sullivan of the Quincy DPW talks about the 2016 spring street sweeping schedule.
See video State View with guest State Representative & Majority Leader Ron Mariano (Norfolk 3rd).
See video The Quincy Fire Department presents... Opioid Recovery: A Guide to Available Resources.
See video State Representative Bruce Ayers (1st Norfolk) interviews State Representative Denise Garlick (13th Norfolk), chair of the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs.
See video Brian DeFelice and Eileen Fontenot of the Thomas Crane Library talk about the Liquorature Book Club that meets the 2nd Monday of each month. The club is part of the library's Grownups 20s & 30s programs.