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Bel Air is located in northeastern Maryland and is considered to be Hartford County's commercial and nightlife center because it has more shops and restaurants than any other town in the county. The land was first owned by Aquilla Scott who renamed it "Belle Aire," but misspelled it "Bell Aire" in his deeds. When the court dropped two more letters, "Bel Air" became the official name of the town.

Population: 10080
Local Newspapers: Baltimore Times The Daily Record
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Zip Codes associated with bel air, maryland: 21014 21015
Towns/Cities near bel air, maryland : Fallston Pleasant Hills Edgewood Riverside Aberdeen Benson Kingsville

Bel Air News
Road paving, sidewalk repairs are priority in Bel Air's proposed budget

A handful of streets in Bel Air will be repaved in the next fiscal year, if funding for them is approved as the town commissioners prepare the budget. At their meeting Monday night, the commissioners accepted the town administrator's proposed budget, which commissioners will review, change and, eventually, adopt as the FY2018 budget.

High school students prepare for public safety careers in fire service cadet program

Jess Clancy became a Harford County firefighter cadet because she wants to help people; Blake Godwin joined because his brother is part of a volunteer fire company; Zack Radcliffe joined at the encouragement of Blake and because he thought "it would be cool to be able help someone out every day." "I thought it would look good on college applications, and now I've learned to love it," cadet Sam Queen said.

Harford's 2017 Teacher of the Year holds high expectations for her students with special needs

Amy Mangold runs her classroom at the John Archer School in the same manner as any other pre-K and kindergarten classroom in the county. She sings to the children, teaches them fundamentals such as numbers and colors and reinforces life skills like sharing and good manners.

Chamber music concert April 23 benefits cancer center

A chamber music concert Sunday afternoon will benefit the Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center and its program, Cancer LifeNet. The concert begins at 3 p.m. at the Callahan Center at St. Mary Magdalen Mission, 1716 E. Churchville Road near Bel Air.

Sleeping Man Attacked By Thugs With Hammer in Bel Air Home Invasion

Two 18-year-old men were arrested after a home invasion in Bel Air Sunday during which a victim was beaten and "struck with a hammer," reported Town of Bel Air police Wednesday.

Two men charged with breaking into Bel Air home, beating teenager with a hammer

Two people have been arrested and charged with breaking into a Bel Air home over the weekend and then stomping a teenager inside before beating him with a hammer, Bel Air Police reported. Sometime between 11 p.m. Saturday night and 3 a.m. Easter Sunday, Ian Patrick Heinecke and Ryan Michael Smetana are accused of kicking in the side door of a home in the 400 block of Moores Mill Road, according to Bel Air Police Department.

Aberdeen has money in the bank, key infrastructure decisions to make

As Aberdeen city officials put together the city's 2018 budget, extending Middleton Road from Route 22 to Beards Hill Road is a "number one priority," according to the city manager. As Aberdeen city officials put together the city's 2018 budget, extending Middleton Road from Route 22 to Beards Hill Road is a "number one priority," according to the city manager.

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Harford executive proposes budget with stable tax rates, pay increases

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman talks about details of the new EMS division under the Department of Emergency Services during a meting about the the 2018 budget Monday morning. Harford County Executive Barry Glassman talks about details of the new EMS division under the Department of Emergency Services during a meting about the the 2018 budget Monday morning.

Hundreds plant trees in Jarrettsville for Arbor Day

Harford County held its annual tree planting in observance of Arbor Day Friday morning at the Fox Meadows Athletic Complex in Jarrettsville. People of all ages, including families, Scouts, members of civic organizations and other volunteers, joined members of the Harford County Department of Planning and Zoning in planting 315 native trees.

Heart attack survivor thanks Bel Air EMTs during company's banquet

Wayne Johnson, who has fully recovered from a heart attack last November, expressed his thanks to the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company Saturday. Two EMS workers from Bel Air handled the initial call and took him to the hospital.

'Silent Witnesses,' Holocaust survivors stories, coming to Harford April 22

The one-woman play "Silent Witnesses," which portrays the experiences of four women, who as children survived the Holocaust , will premiere in Harford County at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Bel Air next weekend.

Rockfield Manor Easter Egg Hunt

Makenzie Bujak, front, of Abingdon and her little sister Sadie try their Easter baskets as hats while waiting to have some fun hunting for plastic Easter Eggs at the Rockfield Manor Easter Egg hunt Saturday morning. Makenzie Bujak, front, of Abingdon and her little sister Sadie try their Easter baskets as hats while waiting to have some fun hunting for plastic Easter Eggs at the Rockfield Manor Easter Egg hunt Saturday morning.

Harford Council reverses zoning examiner, approves mulching operations in Joppa

The Harford County Council has taken the unusual step of rejecting a zoning appeals decision and, in doing so, has granted approval for a seasonal mulch processing and sales operation on a Joppa farm. The council, which is the final authority in zoning matters, voted unanimously at its legislative session Tuesday night not to accept an opinion by zoning hearing examiner Robert Kahoe that had denied a special zoning exception for Albert J. Bierman's mulch sales operation in the 3400 block of Dorothy Avenue.

New Harford liquor board members Merchant and Welch sworn in Wednesday

Fred Merchant, one of two new members of the Harford County Liquor Control Board, poses with Clerk of the Circuit Court Jim Reilly after Reilly swore him in Wednesday. Fred Merchant, one of two new members of the Harford County Liquor Control Board, poses with Clerk of the Circuit Court Jim Reilly after Reilly swore him in Wednesday.

Dr. Dennis Kurgansky and Rajiv Goel | Um Uch

Dennis Kurgansky , M.D., and Rajiv Goel, Esq., have been elected to the board of directors of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health . In addition, they will serve on The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation board.

Phone scammer tells Bel Air lawyer his wife was kidnapped, police say

Bel Air Police say a lawyer received a threatening call at the Harford County Circuit Courthouse Wednesday that his wife had been kidnapped and ransom was demanded. The call was a hoax and the wife was found safe at her work.

Bel Air teen charged in armed robbery inside apartment

A 17-year-old from Bel Air is being charged as an adult with armed robbery, according to Bel Air Police. Cristian Lee Obregon, of the 800 block of Cashew Court, in the Heritage Woods apartment complex, is charged with armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, first-degree assault and theft less than $100 after allegedly robbing a man at his home April 4. Around 4 p.m., Obregon went to an apartment in the 300 block of Kenmore Avenue, across the street from Bel Air High School, looking for a roommate of the man who answered the door, according to Sgt.

Aberdeen kills bill that would have fined the homeless $50 per night

A homeless camp with several tents is set up in the wooded area along North Rogers Street not far from city hall and the library in Aberdeen. The city's police chief wants to move the residents out, but not until he finds another location.

Hosanna School Museum's 150th anniversary celebrated by nearly 300

Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, III, president of UMBC and the keynote speaker at Hosanna School Museum's 150th anniversary banquet on Friday, takes a closer look at a print of Hosanna School Museum and McComas Institute he received from Sharoll Williams-Love, president of Hosanna's board of directors. Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, III, president of UMBC and the keynote speaker at Hosanna School Museum's 150th anniversary banquet on Friday, takes a closer look at a print of Hosanna School Museum and McComas Institute he received from Sharoll Williams-Love, president of Hosanna's board of directors.

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