Summary: 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.
In his weekly City Hall Update, Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch talks about the upcoming November 5th election, a plan to create a city owned fiber optic network, and the recent dedication of Captain Richard Stratton Way.
Quincy City Council President, Ward 2 Councilor Brad Croall explains the actions taken at the October 21st city council meeting.
State Representative and House Majority Leader Ron Mariano of Quincy talks about issues including vaping, toll lanes, and online sports betting.
Quincy Ward 6 City Council Candidate William Isenberg explains his campaign platform and background.
Kevin Coughlin of the Montclair Wollaston Neighborhood Association talks about their Pumpkin Spice Festival, scheduled for October 19th from 11:00am to 5:00pm at Bishop Field.
Quincy Ward 6 Councilor William Harris talks about his priorities as he seeks re-election to a 3rd two year term on November 5th.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch talks about future development in Wollaston Center, DPW operations for the fall season, and the unexpected passing of a Quincy firefighter.
MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak talks about improvements along the Red Line, and longer term goals for the system.
Quincy Ward 3 Councilor Ian Cain discusses his priorities including development, traffic, economic growth, and the environment.
In his weekly City Hall Update, Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch discusses the city's efforts to prepare for future storms, emergency shelters, and a proposed special education learning center.
Quincy City Council President and Ward 2 Councilor Brad Croall provides a run down of the October 7th City Council meeting.
Quincy Ward 1 Council Candidate Joe Murphy discusses his platform as he seeks the Ward 1 Council seat in the November 5th Quincy City Election.
Quincy Councilor-At-Large Anne Mahoney discusses issues including a proposed special education learning center, development, and traffic.
Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch, Quincy Public Schools Superintendent Richard DeCristofaro, and VIce Chairwoman of the Quincy School Committee Emily Lebo announce a new proposal to create an autism learning center at a building currently owned by Eastern Nazarene College.
In his weekly City Hall Update, Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch chats about the new Abby housing development coming to the North Quincy MBTA Station, plans to open an autism learning center for Quincy Public School students, and the repaving of a portion of Hancock Street.