Video Gallery

See video The Quincy DPW is holding a contest to name the City of Quincy's new recycling robot. Submit your vote by visiting
See video Author Leo J. Maloney will discuss his past professions and current fictional works "Termination Orders" and "Silent Assassin, loosely based on the author's own experiences.
See video The photography of Maureen Fahey, entitled "Morocco: Land at the Crossroads," will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Public Library throughout the month of April.
See video A presentation by Barry Pell will hi-light the traditions, ceremonies and the people of Morocco during a presentation to be held on April 17th.
See video Children's Librarian Julie Rines talks about the children's programs for the month of April.
See video Sally Owen of the Quincy Environmental Treasures Program and Peter Fifield provide details about a low-tide walking tour of Raccoon Island to be held on April 5th.
See video Local author Rich Feitelberg discusses a program featuring six local authors who have recently penned books. The program will take place on April 8th. Authors to be featured include Feitelberg, Uzuri Wilkerson, Vlad Vaslyn, Randy Staples, RJ Jeffreys and Joe Ross.
See video Longtime Assistant City Clerk Maureen Hallsen is commended for her work to the city during a City Council meeting.
See video Jay Cashman donates a boathouse to the City of Quincy for use at Mound Street Beach.
See video The Quincy Fire Department recent graduation ceremony for new firefighters.
See video The Quincy Symphony Orchestra will hold a "Young Artist Performs" concert on Sunday, April 13th at 2:30pm at Quincy High School.
See video A Quincy High School student made PSA reminding viewers "it's a toilet, not a trash can." The PSA is part of the MWRA student contest.
See video John Sullivan of the Quincy DPW talks about the 2014 Spring Street Sweeping schedule.
See video The 2014 Quincy Health Department Rabies Clinic will be held on April 12th at the Quincy Animal Shelter.
See video Lt. Dan Minton of the Quincy Police Department with the "hot spots" for March 7 - March 14, 2014