“In the City,” the City of Murfreesboro’s video magazine, features the latest happenings in the growing city. Host Michael Linn White and award-winning multimedia producer Steve Burris deliver news and stories across Murfreesboro.
Watch “In the City” on CityTV, YouTube, and other platforms. The monthly video magazine is airing its latest edition throughout May. Watch “In the City” on YouTube at https://youtu.be/n2oOfpD5Q7A.
Stories in the May edition of “In the City” include:
- Murfreesboro’s Tennessee State Soccer Association (TSSA) and City officials cut the ribbon for a new Indoor Soccer Practice Facility at Richard Siegel Soccer Complex as Murfreesboro becomes the destination for soccer development. Hear why John Snyder, TSSA President, chose Murfreesboro for its headquarters https://youtu.be/1jsMd_6OwQw
- Murfreesboro dedicates a new sculpture, “Direction,” crafted by a local artist Joe Brown at the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport https://youtu.be/UwjWU77mvRY
- Hobgood Elementary School hosted ‘Night of the Arts’ featuring twenty-five local artists https://youtu.be/0-g5g_KSK40
- A Murfreesboro Man is alive thanks to the skills of Murfreesboro first responders. See how Stanley Taubman shows his deep appreciation for saving his life after a heart attack in October 2021 https://youtu.be/Exraczbzqu4
- It was another “Great Day for Up” at Patterson Park Community Center on Dr. Seuss Day https://youtu.be/ajHYBB2yiXY
- Wheelchair-bound residents can better enjoy the beautiful outdoors of City parks with a new Customized Cart funded by a special grant https://youtu.be/77cC2tIOcGM
- Go back in time to Pioneer Days at Cannonsburgh Village and celebrate Earth Day in downtown Murfreesboro https://youtu.be/QhKk2ZQt6ng
- Murfreesboro continues to celebrate and promote arts and culture with newly installed Art Laureates https://youtu.be/7Kezg51302w
- “Welcome to Our World” features lifeguard jobs with Fredia Colwell and Aly Dabbs. Plus, the Read to Succeed Spelling Bee, PAWS “Pet of the Month,” STARS Award and FEMA Assistance following tornadoes in Rutherford County.
“In the City” is your source for what is happening in the growing City of Murfreesboro.
The May 2023 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.
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