A crowd of about 150 people lined the sidewalks and stood in the middle of Second Street in Jeannette on Sunday, as more than half a dozen speakers urged them to “take back” their city.
“I think the good people (of Jeannette) want to make a change,” said Chad Fetty, who organized the “We Are One … A Rally For Peace.”
Fetty said he wanted residents to focus on and support the positive things happening in Jeannette, including new businesses opening in the city.
A 10-year resident, Fetty, lead singer of East Coast Turnaround, is raising his family in Jeannette.
“Just like I love music, I love this city,” he said.
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