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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
Proposed Harford park may contribute to stormwater problems nearby resident warns

Harford County government has a preliminary plan for a passive nature park on the Emily Bayless Graham property off Wheel Road and Routes 24 and 924 in the Bel Air South/Abingdon area. Harford County government has a preliminary plan for a passive nature park on the Emily Bayless Graham property off Wheel Road and Routes 24 and 924 in the Bel Air South/Abingdon area.

Six injured in two-vehicle crash near Broom's Bloom in Bel Air Monday

Six people, including two teenagers, were hospitalized after a two-vehicle crash Monday evening on Route 543 near the entrance to Broom's Bloom Dairy east of Bel Air, Maryland State Police said. Two of the injured were taken to regional trauma centers, according to the State Police.

Police: 12-year-old bicyclist stable after colliding with truck in Bel Air Tuesday

A 12-year-old boy is in stable condition after his bicycle collided with a pickup truck Tuesday morning in Harford County, police said. The crash happened in Bel Air at about 10:30 a.m., Bel Air police Chief Charles Moore said.

New wayfinding kiosks erected around Bel Air

The Town of Bel Air has erected wayfinding kiosks at four locations including the Ma & Pa Heritage Trail trailhead on Williams Street. The Kiosks have maps of the town and key attractions, as well as historical site data and photographs.

Investigation of Harford Community College gun report incident continues

Police officers patrol near the east entrance to Harford Community College after receiving reports of person with a firearm on the camputs on Saturday, June 17. Police officers patrol near the east entrance to Harford Community College after receiving reports of person with a firearm on the camputs on Saturday, June 17. The Harford County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate Saturday's incident at Harford Community College near Bel Air, where a person with a firearm was reported on the college's athletic fields, triggering a massive response from area police agencies.

Volunteer pleads guilty to stealing $50,000 from Bel Air organization

Mark Yelen, accused of stealing $50,000 from a Bel Air organization that worked with youths with special needs, pled guilty Friday on what was supposed to be the fourth day of his jury trial in Harford County Circuit Court. Yelen, 46, of Aberdeen, worked with P&J's Life Skills LLC, which had been founded by Patterson Mill High School graduates, Phil Givens and Jon Williams.

Harford Funeral home, Legion posts team up to retire flags

Edsel Spellman, left, who installed the boxes and Ed McCann, Commander of the Patrick Dailey-Mark Logsdon Memorial Service Post 17, stand with the new flag box installed at Edgewood Legion. Both McCann and Spellman are also employees of McComas Funeral Homes and were instrumental in establishing the Flag Retirement program.

No threat found after report of shooter on Harford Community College campus

Harford County Sheriff's Office officials said they have found no threat to the public after reports of a person with a gun on the Harford Community College campus in Bel Air, Md. The college had sent an alert to students and staff at about 2:15 p.m. to shelter in place due to an "active shooter situation" near its ballfields.

Greek Festival 2017 kicks off in Bel Air Friday

A youth dance troupe with Sts. Mary Magdalene and Markella Greek Orthodox Church, the sponsor of the annual Greek Festival, performs Friday night during the festival.

Viewing set for Perry Hall soldier killed in Afghanistan

A Perry Hall soldier killed in Afghanistan will be remembered during a public viewing on Saturday. The viewing for Sgt.

Public gets first look at plans for Harford County's Emily Bayless Graham Park

Angela Hoover, a project manager and engineer with the Harford County Department of Parks & Recreation, shows plans for the county's Emily Bayless Graham Park south of Bel Air to the public Tuesday. Paul Magness, deputy director of parks and recreation, holds the plans during a meeting at the Emmorton Recreation & Tennis Center.

Greek Festival returns to John Carroll in Bel Air this weekend

Loukoumades, or fried dough, is one of the many favorite foods that again will be available during the 11th annual Greek Festival being held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the John Carroll School in Bel Air. Loukoumades, or fried dough, is one of the many favorite foods that again will be available during the 11th annual Greek Festival being held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the John Carroll School in Bel Air.

People venture out for work, play, despite higher-than-normal temps in Bel Air

Just in time for summer break from school, tempertures have rocketed into the 90s in Harford County, and we aren't even to the solstice. Higher-than-normal temperatures in the low 90s didn't stop Bel Air resident Jeff Hess and his friends from playing a game of pickup softball Monday afternoon.

Plumtree Road roundabout finished; Tollgate Road open from Bel Air to Abingdon

The south end of the roundabout at Tollgate and Plumtree roads in Bel Air South was recently opened to traffic, making it finally possible to travel from the Bel Air area to I-95 in Abingdon on Tollgate Road. The south end of the roundabout at Tollgate and Plumtree roads in Bel Air South was recently opened to traffic, making it finally possible to travel from the Bel Air area to I-95 in Abingdon on Tollgate Road.

Volunteer watchdog group stakes out positions on Harford comprehensive zoning review

Friends of Harford presented its recommendations in the county's ongoing comprehensive zoning process during its annual meeting Saturday. Friends of Harford presented its recommendations in the county's ongoing comprehensive zoning process during its annual meeting Saturday.

Bel Air reservoir construction expected to start in July

Barry Suits, president of Maryland American Water, gives an update Friday on the company's proposed $15 million impoundment to story a backup water supply for Bel Air. Barry Suits, president of Maryland American Water, gives an update Friday on the company's proposed $15 million impoundment to story a backup water supply for Bel Air.

Public to get first look Tuesday at plan for new park south of Bel Air

Harford County government has a preliminary plan for a passive nature park on the Emily Bayless Graham property off Wheel Road and Routes 24 and 924 in the Bel Air South/Abingdon area. The plan will be discussed at a public meeting, Tuesday, June 13, at the Emmorton tennis barn beginning at 6:30 p.m. Abingdon and Bel Air South areas residents will get their first opportunity this week to hear about and react to plans for the Emily Bayless Graham Park in the middle of Harford County's population center.

Liriodendron presents exhibit of Hopi Indian Style Kachina Dolls

The Liriodendron Foundation in Bel Air will host an exhibit of Hopi Indian Style Kachina Dolls collected and also carved by Harford County Council President Richard Slutzky. A reception with the artist will be open to the public on Sunday, June 11 from 1 to 4 p.m. The reception will include light refreshments and a presentation by Slutzky at 2 p.m. The Hopi Indian culture is centered near Three Mesas within the Navajo Nation in Northeastern Arizona.

Faces of Addiction display comes to Bel Air Library

A group of Harford County high school students and teachers put up the Faces of Addiction display, including Chains of Hope and the Conversation Tree, at the Bel Air Library Thursday morning as the display moves from high schools to libraries to raise awareness of heroin addiction in Harford. The Faces of Addiction display, designed to raise awareness and offer support to people affected by heroin addiction in Harford County, is on display at the Bel Air Library after traveling through local high schools earlier this year.

Sen. Norman tests the waters, applies for Harford County bench

If a commission and governor come through for him, Sen. H. Wayne Norman will be leaving the Maryland Senate to become a Harford County Circuit Court judge. Norman, R-Harford and Cecil, has applied for the seat left vacant by the May 1 retirement of Judge William O. Carr.

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