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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.
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'This is the time,' activists warn residents to get involved in Harford rezoning
The Friends of Harford advocacy group hosts a public meeting Sunday about Harford County's comprehensive rezoning process. The Friends of Harford advocacy group hosts a public meeting Sunday about Harford County's comprehensive rezoning process.Bud Bitzer scholarships go to 11 from Harford's Class of 2017
Before his death in 2002, Bud Bitzer, a charter member of Harford County Ravens Nest No. 1 and the epitome of a home team supporter, dreamed of creating a scholarship through the organization that would be awarded to one senior athlete in Harford County.Review begins of 115 Harford properties in rezoning review
Workers take a quick break for a drink as they frame a house in the heat Thursday in the Kelly Glen subdivision on Route 1 in Bel Air, one of the developments where sales are said to be strong of late. Workers take a quick break for a drink as they frame a house in the heat Thursday in the Kelly Glen subdivision on Route 1 in Bel Air, one of the developments where sales are said to be strong of late.The Tile Shop expands presence in Maryland with opening of new retail showroom in Bel Air
The Tile Shop , a specialty retailer of manufactured and natural stone tiles, now operates 5 retail showrooms in the greater Baltimore area with the opening today of its newest retail showroom in Bel Air, Maryland. Located at 5 Bel Air South Parkway, the 14,900 square foot retail showroom offers homeowners and trade professionals an exceptional design experience with a variety of more than 4,000 high-quality tile designs.Deputy injured when patrol car hit on Route 1 in Fallston
At approximately 5:25 p.m., the deputy was responding to assist with a serious crash on Route 1 in Fallston, according to the sheriff's office. He was struck in the driver's side door of his agency vehicle.Aberdeen to stop picking up yard waste in plastic bags April 1
No fooling, just in time for the beginning of the spring cleanup season, Aberdeen will no longer pick up yard waste that has been put in plastic bags. "Starting April 1 'no plastic bags' for yard waste," Randy Robertson, Aberdeen's city manager, said at the Most recent City Council meeting on March 13. Eliminating the use of plastic bags in yard waste disposal will not only save costs on personnel and equipment, but also help the environment, he said.Bel Air resident defends his use of a racial slur during County Council meeting
Bel Air resident John Mallamo, right, and County Councilman Patrick Vincenti have a tense conversation after the March 7 council meeting, when the council president warned Mallamo about using 'insulting and inflammatory language.' Councilman Curtis Beulah is at left.Harford corrections deputy charged in alleged domestic assault
A Harford County Sheriff's Office corrections deputy has been charged with allegedly assaulting his estranged wife, according to the Sheriff's Office. Court documents say Senior Deputy Michael Vasiliou, 40, allegedly threatened Katelyn Vasiliou with a handgun during an argument, and also struck her.Bel Air American Legion Post 39 to hold open house Saturday
American Legion Harford Post #39 in Bel Air will hold a public open house on Saturday, March 25 to show off renovations to the post hall, which will also be formally named "Freedom Hall." Festivities begin at 11 a.m. American Legion Harford Post #39 in Bel Air will hold a public open house on Saturday, March 25 to show off renovations to the post hall, which will also be formally named "Freedom Hall."Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps members celebrate lifesaving achievements
Photographs from the annual banquet of the Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps held at the Level Fire Hall on Saturday, March 18, 2017. More than 200 people rose to their feet and applauded enthusiastically as a young woman was called to the podium to present awards to five people who saved her life last summer.Harford emergency services director prepares Aberdeen fire leaders for intense changes ahead
Edward Hopkins, director of emergency services for Harford County, was the keynote speaker during the Aberdeen Fire Department's annual awards banquet Saturday evening. Edward Hopkins, director of emergency services for Harford County, was the keynote speaker during the Aberdeen Fire Department's annual awards banquet Saturday evening.Battle lines form on Harford emergency medical services study
An ambulance responds to a call Monday from the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company's main station in Bel Air. The recently released 49-page University of Maryland Center for Health & Homeland Security report elaborates on what County Executive Glassman described in his January speech about the need to make a gradual shift to a county EMS system - with paramedics employed by the county who use county-owned ambulances and medical equipment.Heroin has killed more than 100 since Sheriff's Office started count in 2015
Cristie Kahler, with the Harford County Sheriff's Office, Office of Media and Public Relations, slides the number 20 into place on the heroin deaths year to date Monday morning at the Sheriff's Office Head Quarters in Bel Air. The number of heroin deaths in Harford County has officially reached 100 since the Sheriff's Office began tracking heroin overdoses and deaths in January 2015.C.E. "Charlie" Hamby, Jr.
He was born in Bel Air, MD to the late Charles Edwin, Sr. and Dorothy Carver Hamby. Mr. Hamby was the co-founder of Parthenon Metal Works in LaVergne, TN and proudly served his country in the United States Army.Harford is (al)ready to celebrate St. Patrick's Day
The crew with Party Party battles Wednesday afternoon's breezy and chilly conditions as they work to put up the second of the two large tents at Looney's Pub in Bel Air in preparation for St. Patrick's Day celebrations this weekend. The crew with Party Party battles Wednesday afternoon's breezy and chilly conditions as they work to put up the second of the two large tents at Looney's Pub in Bel Air in preparation for St. Patrick's Day celebrations this weekend.Weather-related fires, injuries keep Harford first responders busy Tuesday
Harford County appeared to have been spared the worst of a late winter storm, receiving less than six inches of mostly wet snow overnight Monday into Tuesday morning. With temperatures hovering around freezing when precipitation began falling in the late evening, accumlations were held down, as the snow began as freezing rain and sleet before turning over to all snow and then back to sleet around daybreak.Performances of 'Addicted' begin at North Harford High School Thursday
The original play "Addicted," about drug abuse and how it affects family and friends of those who abuse drugs, will again be shown at North Harford High School, as well as Mt. Zion Methodist Church in Bel Air.Firefighters battle house, barn, mobile home fires in Harford Sunday
A firefighter fell through a floor, two residents suffered minor smoke inhalation and two cats are believed to have perished as a house in Bel Air was extensively damaged in a fire Sunday evening, fire investigators said. The fire in the two-story, single family dwelling in the 200 block of Wakely terrace was among three building fires in Harford County Sunday that were investigated by the Office of the State Fire Marshal.Rep. Andy Harris meets with constituents on health care, the bay, other issues
Health care dominated discussions between Rep. Andy Harris and several dozen constituents who met with the congressman Saturday at his Bel Air district office. The small-group sessions that heavily focused on the future of the Affordable Care Act came in the midst of criticism from some who said the Republican congressman had not provided more opportunities for them to discuss their concerns since President Donald Trump took office.
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