Video Gallery

See video Thomas Crane Public Library Teen Librarian Kerri Darcy provides an update about the summer reading program and discusses some programs happening in August.
See video Shawn Allison of Atlas PyroVision Productions talks about the Quincy Flag Day fireworks display.
See video Ruth Jones, Public Health Nurse for the City of Quincy, talks about the empyema (a collection of pus in the space between the lung and the inner surface of the chest wall).
See video History professor and author Dr. Ligia Domenech, who will appear at the Thomas Crane Public Library on August 18th, discusses her new book "Imprisoned in the Caribbean: The 1942 German U-boat Blockade."
See video Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands volunteer Kevin Rogers will be at the Thomas Crane Public Library on August 25th to present "War is Over: Boston Harbor Before and After World War II." The presentation will discuss the military use of the Boston Harbor Islands during the war.
See video Christopher Page will discuss the growing tiny house movement, and the trend in minimalist and environmentally conscious friendly living, on August 11th at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
See video Thomas Crane Public Library children's librarians Julie Rines and Jane Miller talk about some of the numerous programs taking place throughout the month of August.
See video Author Larry Lindner talks about his new book "Saving Baby" and his appearance at the Thomas Crane Public Library on August 4th.
See video Andy and Judy Daigle talk about their upcoming performance at the Thomas Crane Library on August 6th as part of the library's Concert on the Lawn series.
See video A team of sand sculptures at Wollaston Beach prepare for the annual Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival to be held on July 24 - 26, 2015.
See video The ribbon cutting ceremony for the Phoenix House, a health care facility for adults struggling with heroin or prescription drugs.
See video Quincy students receive awards during the annual MWRA poster, writing and video contest awards ceremony.
See video Quincy Police officers and residents received several awards at the recent Quincy District Court Law Day ceremony.
See video Dr. Ed Fitzgerald, Director of the Quincy Historical Society, talks about a recent exhibit about the War of 1812 and its connection to Quincy.
See video Shelly Dein, Director of Energy and Sustainability for the City of Quincy, and Dick Leonard, former coordinator of the Massachusetts Energy Education, talk about Solarize Quincy and how residents can install solar panels at a discounted rate.