AM Quincy2,383 episodes - English - Latest episode: 1 day ago - ★★★★★ - 2 ratings
AM Quincy is a live audio show that can be heard Monday-Friday, 7am to 9am on QATV-8 (Quincy Access Television, Quincy, Massachusetts) and QATV.org. AM Quincy features news, weather, traffic and music to get your day started. Hosted by QATV's Joe Catalano, the program also features interview segments with non-profit agency representatives, local politicians, directors from various City of Quincy departments and other individuals representing a myriad of topics and groups. AM Quincy is the only locally produced, daily show covering news and events in the City of Quincy.
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Quincy College Professors Cheryl Proffitt, DNP,RN, Professor of Nursing, and Kenneth Texeira, PhD, Professor of Psychology/Sociology, speak about the history of Black History Month, and what it means to them and their students. Dr. Proffitt also relays her experience coming to the United States from Guyana.
Woman hurt in roll over crash. Early voting to begin. Funeral for George Burke.
Shooting suspect held. New development approved. Bridge opening.
Quincy City Clerk Nicole Crispo provides an update of the February 20th Board of License Commissioners meeting and a preview of the March 5th Presidential Primary Election, including Early Voting, Mail-In Voting, registering to vote, and changes to polling places.
Governor calls for Steward to leave. Quincy Center development project. Quincy Citizens Police Academy.
Arrest made in shooting. Crash closes roadway. Quincy philanthropist and attorney dies.
Dagny Ashley, Director of Tourism for the City of Quincy, speaks about the plans for the Quincy 400 celebration in 2025, and upcoming events including Winterfest, and the renovation of the Quincy Welcome Center.
State Representative Tackey Chan, D - MA 2nd Norfolk District, chats about climate change impacts in Quincy, the state revenue shortfall, and Lunar New Year and Winterfest celebrations.
Man shot in car. 3 Quincy residents become state troopers. Planning award.
Quincy schools target absenteeism. No verdict in Lopes trial. Milton rejects zoning change.
Quincy Firefighter Mike Griffith says Local 792 is hosting the 9th annual Bowlathon to raise money for the Cure Alzheimer's Fund, at O'Lindy's on Quincy Avenue on February 24th from 6-10pm.
Quincy City Council President Ian Cain provides a recap of the February 12th council meeting.
Minor flooding. Quincy Center crash. Quincy 400 plans.
Snow emergency. Car break in. McDonald's fire.
Quincy DPW Commissioner Al Grazioso provides an update on the impending winter storm.
Quincy Symphony Orchestra President Brian Hickox and Conductor Yoichi Udagawa speak about their 2024 concert season and a new endowment program.
Person jumps from Fore River Bridge. Maria Droste received grant. Lombardos auction.
Kentia Torres, Public Affairs Specialist with the Social Security Administration explains what's new for 2024, including how income taxes are impacted by Social Security, and this year's Cost of Living Adjustment.
Jury deliberating Lopes trial. New fire apparatus in Quincy. Early College High School celebrates third year.
Summer opening for new learning center. Millions requested for preservation, recreation, affordable housing. Fatal construction accident in Hanson.
Quincy City Clerk Nicole Crispo provides an update of the February 6th Board of License Commissioners meeting and a preview of the March 5th presidential primary election.
Woman killed by train in Quincy. Condo project postponed. Fire department grant.
Quincy City Council President Ian Cain explains that the council approved plans for a new medical center in Quincy Center, and received an update on construction of the new public safety complex.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch discusses plans for a new medical complex in Quincy Center, provides an update on construction of the new public safety complex, and speaks about preparations for a new clubhouse at the Furnace Brook Golf Course.
Medical center approved. New police station on time. Health care crisis.
Philip Chong, President and CEO of Quincy Asian Resources promotes the 36th annual Quincy Lunar New Year Festival, scheduled for February 18th at North Quincy High School, and also speaks about their many programs designed to assist Asian immigrants.
Guilty plea in Quincy fatal crash. Quincy man extradited for hate crimes. Quincy music students honored.
Kelly Isenor, Director of Communications for the American Red Cross, provides an update on the critical need for blood donations, and efforts to call attention to Sickle Cell Disease.
Dishonorable discharge for embattled state trooper. Animal cruelty suspect to be evaluated. Bill to address double poles.
State Representative Tackey Chan, D - MA 2nd Norfolk District, speaks about Fred Korematsu Day in Massachusetts, the migrant crisis, Steward Health Care, and the passing of Harold Crowley of Quincy.
Animal cruelty in Kingston. New twist in Read case. Funeral services for Quincy teacher.
Ford steps down as acting coach. Fire department promotion. 2 crashes.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch comments on the appointment of Quincy High School Principal Keith Ford as interim head coach of the Quincy High football team. Koch also speaks about the departure of Energy and Sustainability Director Shelly Dein, and remarks on the financial difficulties of Steward Health Care.
Rally planned in Quincy Center. Robbery suspect arrested. New Library of Things.
Quincy College President Rick DeCristofaro provides an update on enrollment, Early College High School, the Mass ReConnect Program, ArLab opening, and more.
Arrest made in multiple robberies. Steward Health Care crisis. New Quincy football coach.
Robert Pierson, Director of the Norfolk County RSVP Program explains some volunteer opportunities available including Rides for Vets, Meals on Wheels, and Friendly Visitors.
Quincy City Clerk Nicole Crispo provides the results of the Board of License Commissioners meeting on January 23rd.
Braintree robbery. Quincy shop warned. Bridge openings.
State Representative Tackey Chan, D - MA 2nd Norfolk District, reacts to Governor Maura Healey's fiscal 2025 budget presentation. Chan also comments on the outcome of the New Hampshire primary.
New Lopes trial underway. New developments in Read case. Quincy chef in runnning for prestigious award.
Quincy zoning review. Quincy to sell building to state. Quincy coach to be honored.
Quincy City Council President and Ward 3 Councilor Ian Cain provides a recap of the January 22nd city council meeting.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch recaps a recent community meeting about plans for a new Squantum Elementary School, and also discusses plans for the Quincy 400 events in 2025.
Quincy water break. Irish scammer charged in Quincy. Dunkin' lawsuit.
Pat Ronan, Director of Community Relations for Father Bills & MainSpring, provides an update on the newly opened Yawkey Housing Resource Center in Quincy.
Quincy City Council resolutions. 2 Quincy hikers rescued. Quincy Rep. faces challenge.
Marie McCabe, Chairperson of the Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund, explains how the fund can help eligible ratepayers with their home energy bills.
State Representative Tackey Chan, D - MA 2nd Norfolk District, reacts to Governor Maura Healey's State of the Commonwealth address.
Quincy Center development approved. Quincy to sell building to the state. Polar Plunge.