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Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: The Interviews: State Representative Tackey Chan (4/7/20) State Representative Tackey Chan of Quincy talks about the state's response to the coronavirus crisis.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Norfolk County Register of Deeds William O‘Donnell (4/7/20) Norfolk County Register of Deeds William O'Donnell explains that the registry is still up and functioning during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, visit www.NorfolkDeeds.org, or call (781) 461-6101.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: News Update 4/8/20 Joe Catalano delivers today's news on Quincy's response to coronavirus/COVID-19. (April 8, 2020)
Embedded thumbnail for Quincy City Council: April 6, 2020 A regularly scheduled meeting of the Quincy City Council.
Embedded thumbnail for In the Know: Norfolk County Sheriff's Office QATV's Mark Crosby interviews Norfolk County Sheriff Jerry McDermott. Sheriff McDermott discusses the current pandemic, the precautions taken and existing programs offered by the Sheriff's Office.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Ward 5 Councilor Chuck Phelan (4/6/20) Quincy Ward 5 Councilor Chuck Phelan chats about how the coronavirus has impacted him personally and talks about what he's seeing in the city.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: News Update 4/7/20 Joe Catalano provides today's news on Quincy's response to coronavirus/COVID-19.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: City Council President Nina Liang (4/7/20) Quincy City Council President Nina Liang provides an update of the April 6th council meeting.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Mayor Thomas Koch (4/7/20) In his weekly City Hall Update, Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch speaks about the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the city, the impacts on public education, and also offers his own personal thoughts on the crisis during Holy Week.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: DOVE (4/6/20) Sue Chandler and Dawn Hayes of Dove, Domestic Violence Ended in Quincy speak about their concerns for domestic violence during the coronavirus crisis and offer information for victims.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Patrick McDermott, Norfolk County Register of Probate (4/2/20) Norfolk County Register of Probate Pat McDermott explains how the coronavirus crisis is affecting the Family Court system.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Dr. Richard DeCristofaro, Quincy Public Schools (4/6/20) Quincy School Superintendent Richard DeCristofaro explains the new online learning curriculum that is launching today.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: April 6, 2020 Beth Ann Strollo of Quincy Community Action Programs explains a new rental assistance program for Quincy workers who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19. For more information, please visit www.QCAP.org, or call (617) 479-8181.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: The Interviews: Quincy Community Action Programs (4/2/2020) Beth Ann Strollo of Quincy Community Action Programs explains a new rental assistance program for Quincy workers who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19. For more information on QCAP's programs and services, visit www.QCAP.org, or call (617) 479-8181.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Quincy Asian Resources (4/2/2020) Philip Chong of Quincy Asian Resources provides information about how they are helping their clients and the community during the coronavirus pandemic. For more information on their programs, visit www.QARIMA.org, or call (617) 472-2200.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: April 3, 2020 Quincy Chamber of Commerce President Tim Cahill explains a new program to help pay the rent of people in the hospitality industry who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic. For information on relief programs, visit www.QuincyMA.gov.
Embedded thumbnail for Currently in Quincy: The Interviews: Tim Cahill, Quincy Chamber of Commerce (4/1/2020) Quincy Chamber of Commerce President Tim Cahill explains a new program to help pay the rent of people in the hospitality industry who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic. To apply for assistance, visit www.QuincyHospitalitySupportFund.com
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: April 2020 Thomas Crane Public Library Director Megan Allen provides information on the library programs and services you can access from home.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy News Update 4/2/2020 Joe Catalano provides today's update on the city's response to coronavirus/COVID-10.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Maria Droste Counseling Services (4/1/2020) Mike Shanahan of Maria Droste Counseling Services of Quincy offers some advice for good mental health during the current coronavirus pandemic.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy News Update 4/1/2020 Joe Catalano provides today's news on the city's response to coronavirus/COVID-19.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Mayor Thomas Koch (3/31/20) In his weekly City Hall Update, Mayor Thomas Koch provides an update on coronavirus impacts in Quincy. Including plans to relocate some homeless individuals to the South Shore YMCA, and create a testing tent at Manet Community Health Center.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy News Update 3/31/20 Joe Catalano provides the latest news on Quincy's response to coronavirus/COVID-19.
Embedded thumbnail for Quincy in Focus: March 2020 Segments include a recent performance by the Quincy Symphony Orchestra, Granite Telecommunications' annual Saving by Shaving fundraiser, and the swearing in of new City Council President Nina Liang.
Embedded thumbnail for AM Quincy: Quincy Point Congregational Church (3/30/20) The Reverend Kimberly Murphy of the Quincy Point Congregational Church talks about their virtual church services during the coronavirus pandemic and offers some spiritual insight and prayer during the crisis.

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