- Associated Press - Friday, January 22, 2016

BALTIMORE (AP) - Downtown Baltimore was abuzz with activity mid-day Friday, as workers and residents raced to get home before the first flakes of what promises to be a bruising snowstorm begin to fall.

Antonia Fasanelli, executive director of the Homeless Persons Representation Project, said she closed the office early and sent her staff home, but that doesn’t mean she won’t be working through the weekend.

Fasanelli says she’s ready with water, candles and several days of work.

Sean Augustus, a counselor at the Recovery Network, said his office also closed early Friday. But as devastating as the snowfall could be, Augustus said Baltimore residents come together amid disasters.

Augustus says this is when a different side of the city, of Baltimore people rarely see, becomes evident.

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