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Posted on: November 10, 2022

Latest ‘In the City’ airing on YouTube and CityTV throughout November

ITC NOV 2022

CityTVs monthly video magazine, “In the City,” with Michael Linn White, is airing its latest edition on YouTube, CityTV and other platforms throughout the month of November. Watch “In the City” at


New stories in the November edition of “In the City” include: 

  • As area leaders seek solutions to solid waste management amid the fast-approaching closure of Middle Point Landfill, City officials toured the WastAway facility in Morrison, Tenn. The company offers 90 percent diversion of waste from landfills to a clean, sustainable fuel in non-waste facilities. Hear what Assistant City Manager Darren Gore and City Council member Jami Averwater think about this option in a report from Steve Burris. Video available here 
  • Watch as Black Fox Elementary students and teachers enjoyed the excitement of receiving a $10,000 grant with representatives of the Tennessee Titans and the Tennessee Diary Alliance 
  • The Murfreesboro Municipal Airport drew a large crowd for its first STEAM Fest. Airport Director Chad Gehrke explains the Discovery Center partnership that offered aircraft up-close. Michael Linn White reports     
  • Information you can use from the City Solid Waste Department and Director Russell Gossett. Learn what you need to know about Yard Waste collection, Bulk Item pickup, and SmartTrucks. 
  • Crafts, hayrides, and old-fashioned music filled the air at Cannonsburgh Village to step back in time for Harvest Days 
  • ‘National Faith & Blue Weekend’ brought together old friends and new at Murfreesboro Police Headquarters. Larry Flowers features Sgt. Jason Higgins and Jolie Mallette Shipley, a woman he arrested more than 20 years ago for DUI. Shipley, who is thankful for her encounter with law enforcement, now serves as a Certified Mental Health and Substance Abuse Peer Recovery Specialist
  • Steve Burris features a PSA on Illicit Discharge, anything from automotive fluids to food waste, which enters the stormwater drainage system. If you see an illicit discharge, you’re encouraged to report it to the Murfreesboro Water Resources Department, Stormwater Program at 615-848-3200. 
  • Plus, an MFRD PSA “Close the Door,” the website, P.A.W.S. of Rutherford County and City partnership for pet adoption, and the list of holiday events, including the Historic Downtown Square, local churches, Cannonsburgh Village, and more. 
  • The Murfreesboro Christmas Parade is Sunday, Dec. 11, at 2 p.m. To enter, visit  The deadline is Nov. 30. 


The November 2022 edition of “In the City” is airing on CityTV throughout the month or viewed anytime on the City of Murfreesboro’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. The magazine show airs every day at 8:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m., and 10:30 p.m. on CityTV. 


View Murfreesboro CityTV on Comcast Xfinity Channels 3 and 1094, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Apple TV, and Mobile devices via the App store. 


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