NELA Weighs In: The Top 10 Posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook Page

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From April through June, the “Top 10” posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook page focused on the coronavirus and Black Lives Matter amid local tragedy (#2) and local triumph (#7). Posts are ranked by reach and reactions, including clicks and comments. To weigh in on these and other issues, visit the Sentinel on Facebook.

1
A brick was hurled through the “Black Lives Matter” sign painted on the storefront of L.A. Road Thrift Store on Eagle Rock Boulevard in Glassell Park. (June 9)
2
The scoreboard at Eagle Rock High was lit up with the uniform numbers of senior Juan Hernandez, 17, a soccer and football athlete, who died in a drowning accident on Sunday, May 17. (May 20)
3
Sad milestone for Eagle Rock as the neighborhood reaches 100 confirmed cases of Covid-19, with 8 deaths. (May 5)
4
Throngs of peaceful protesters attend the Black Lives Matter protest in Highland Park. (June 6)
5
LAPD arrest a 25-year old male on suspicion of assault with intent to commit a specified sexual offense within commission of a residential burglary in Eagle Rock. (Apr. 11)
6
Margaret Irwin, elder director of the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council, gets a shout out in the New York Times for leading an effort to deliver meals to the homebound elderly during the coronavirus shutdown. (June 8)
7
Maleah Haro, a senior at Wilson High School in El Sereno and the school’s all-time goal leader (54) in girls varsity soccer, is named an All-City athlete. (June 26)
8
California offers aid to undocumented immigrants impacted by the corornavirus shutdown — $500 per adult up to $1,000 for a household. (May 19)
9
Meals provided by Bite Me Gourm-asian are delivered to Eagle Rock’s homebound elderly during the coronavirus shutdown. (May 15)
10
A Black Lives Matter mural appears on the walls of Oxy Arts in Highland Park, painted by local high school and college students. (June 11)

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