Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Daily Record Twitter: Community cleans up after Baltimore riots

Daily Record Staff//April 28, 2015

Daily Record Twitter: Community cleans up after Baltimore riots

By Daily Record Staff

//April 28, 2015

The damage from the riots was apparent early Tuesday as Baltimoreans cleaned their communities. Governor Larry Hogan and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake could be seen talking to residents. Evidence of the 144 vehicle fires overnight remained in the streets.

Journalists from The Daily Record have been covering the unrest and the response to the destruction.

The tweet that picked up the most interest from this morning: Bryan P. Sears, while out with Adam Bednar, encountered women giving refreshments to police. By early afternoon, more than 1,000 Twitter users had retweeted it:

Here’s Bryan P. Sears’ extended caption:
Women hand out water and frosted mini wheats Tuesday morning to officers standing watch in West Baltimore in an area where some of the worst of the violence occurred. Less than a day earlier the intersection of Pennsylvania and North Avenues was the scene of some of the most violent portions of the Baltimore Riots including the looting and burning of the CVS pharmacy as well as a number of vehicles.

Other tweets from Tuesday morning:

April 27

Networking Calendar

Submit an entry for the business calendar