Video shines good light on Tumble River amid Jasiel Correia trial

Tumble RIVER — As we head into what is certain to be a hard couple months for the town, it feels appropriate to stage out the positives.

The trial of previous mayor Jasiel Correia II is set to start off Tuesday in Boston, no doubt shining a destructive mild on the city, specifically for outsiders. Even though nearby leaders we talked to say the city has and will proceed to bounce again from the stain of Correia’s two arrests, we know it is all too straightforward for some in the point out and beyond to paint Slide River with a wide brush. How lots of situations do we have to examine about Slide River currently being “metropolis of 89,000 that is continue to hurting by the collapse of its at the time-booming texting sector”?  

Extra:Tumble River business, political leaders say Jasiel Correia scandal won’t go away everlasting scar

Artists Harry Gould Harvey and Brittni Ann Harvey are featured in a new video about why they love Fall River and decided to put down roots here.

Which is why we ended up so pleased to stumble on a video launched by We Like Tumble River, which calls itself “a social movement, showcasing good stories about financial enhancement, group initiatives, and arts and lifestyle,” and Viva Tumble River, which describes by itself as “a community-based arts, society, and resourceful financial state effort and hard work to boost guidance for arts, culture, and organizations and increase resources accessible to do neat points below in the metropolis.”

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