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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
Harford County beer: A tour of four breweries shaping the scene

Everyone likes a feel-good story, especially when it involves locals creating businesses in their figurative backyards, adding jobs and activity to an area that often could use them. And beer, of course - beer helps.

Floats, bands, marching units sought for Bel Air Fourth of July Parade

The Bel Air Independence Day Committee is seeking floats, marching units, performers, mobile units and more to join its annual parade on Wednesday, July 4. Individuals, clubs, organizations, churches, civic groups and others interested in participating are asked to fill out the official application form on the committee's website, after reading the parade rules listed on the site. Applicants should go to www.BelAirJuly4.org and follow the "Join the Parade" prompts.

Sean Bulson, Harford superintendent finalist, meets with community

Harford County Public Schools Superintendent search finalist Dr. Sean Bulson spoke with a group of Harford County High school student representatives during a round of stakeholder interviews Thursday. Harford County Public Schools Superintendent search finalist Dr. Sean Bulson spoke with a group of Harford County High school student representatives during a round of stakeholder interviews Thursday.

PeoplesBank relocating retail, business services in Bel Air

A vacant former PNC Bank branch in Bel Air where North Main and Bond streets meet, is being renovated by PeoplesBank, which is relocating from its leased building next door. A vacant former PNC Bank branch in Bel Air where North Main and Bond streets meet, is being renovated by PeoplesBank, which is relocating from its leased building next door.

Aberdeen proposes property tax break for new employees

A proposal to give a partial property tax rebate to encourage new municipal employees to live in the city of Aberdeen is under consideration by the Aberdeen City Council. A proposal to give a partial property tax rebate to encourage new municipal employees to live in the city of Aberdeen is under consideration by the Aberdeen City Council.

Harford Bike to Work Day rescheduled to June 1

The Harford County Bike to Work Day event planned for Friday, May 18 in the parking lot at the county administration building, 220 S. Main St. in Bel Air, has been rescheduled because to expected severe weather. Harford County Executive Barry Glassman leads a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday for the Harford County Agricultural Center, built in the repurposed Glen Echo Furniture store in Street to bring agricultural service entities under one roof.

Harford school board votes down amendment to allow student rep vote on board officers

The Harford County Board of Education, which meets in the A.A. Roberty Building at 102 Hickory Ave. in Bel Air, above, recently decided to not allow the student board member's vote to count. The Harford County Board of Education, which meets in the A.A. Roberty Building at 102 Hickory Ave. in Bel Air, above, recently decided to not allow the student board member's vote to count.

Harford council passes fiscal 2019 budget, rejects amendment to defund ag preservation program

The Harford County Council approved the county's fiscal 2019 capital and operating budgets Tuesday night, after rejecting an amendment that attempted to defund the county's agricultural preservation program. The Harford County Council approved the county's fiscal 2019 capital and operating budgets Tuesday night, after rejecting an amendment that attempted to defund the county's agricultural preservation program.

Harford schools superintendent candidate David Ring meets community

Dr. David Ring Jr., a finalist to become the next superintendent of Harford County Public Schools, answers a question during his community tour and meet and greet Tuesday. Dr. David Ring Jr., a finalist to become the next superintendent of Harford County Public Schools, answers a question during his community tour and meet and greet Tuesday.

What happened to John Wilkes Booth's stage trunk? Play in Bel Air to explore answers

Actor brothers Edwin, left, and John Wilkes Booth are the subject of "Final Performance or The Curtain Falls," a one-act play to be presented Friday at 7 p.m. at the Bel Air Armory by the Historical Society of Harford County. Actor brothers Edwin, left, and John Wilkes Booth are the subject of "Final Performance or The Curtain Falls," a one-act play to be presented Friday at 7 p.m. at the Bel Air Armory by the Historical Society of Harford County.

Ex-Harford resident gets six years in prison for taking bribes on Aberdeen Proving Ground contracts

A former Harford County resident has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for his role a bribery scheme involving federal contracts at Aberdeen Proving Ground. A former Harford County resident has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for his role a bribery scheme involving federal contracts at Aberdeen Proving Ground.

House built by Harford Tech students for Habitat for Humanity delivered to permanent site

Video of a Habitat for Humanity house, built by Harford Tech students, as its moved to Giles Lane in Aberdeen on Monday, May 14. Video of a Habitat for Humanity house, built by Harford Tech students, as its moved to Giles Lane in Aberdeen on Monday, May 14. Jessica Northcutt has lived in Edgewood, Joppa and Aberdeen over the last few years, renting places for a year or two at a time. Soon, she'll be the owner of a house built by Harford Technical High School students.

School Bus Strikes Tractor-Trailer, 5 Children Injured

Five Churchville Elementary School students and a bus driver suffered minor injuries after their school bus rear-ended a tractor-trailer on Monday morning, Maryland State Police said. Just before 8:40 a.m., troopers from the Bel Air Barrack responded to the intersection of MD-22 and MD-136 .

Harford County Public Library Foundation elects three new board members

The Harford County Public Library Foundation recently elected Stacy Bowen, Tim E. Braue and Robin Sommer to three-year terms on its board. Bowen is a professional florist and owns Stacy Bowen Floral Design in Bel Air.

Large chunk of ice falls on roof of Abingdon home Friday afternoon

Yuvraj Kamboj holds the chunks of ice he collected from his front yard Friday afternoon after it hit his house in the 900 block of Sidehill Drive in Abingdon. Yuvraj Kamboj holds the chunks of ice he collected from his front yard Friday afternoon after it hit his house in the 900 block of Sidehill Drive in Abingdon.

New Carrs Mill Road bridge in Bel Air nearing completion

Crews work Wednesday afternoon to put some of the finishing touches on the area around the recently replaced Carrs Mill Road bridge over the Bear Cabin Branch creek in Bel Air. Crews work Wednesday afternoon to put some of the finishing touches on the area around the recently replaced Carrs Mill Road bridge over the Bear Cabin Branch creek in Bel Air.

Harford agriculture community protests proposal to curtail ag preservation funding

Harford County Council members Mike Perrone, left, and Joe Woods listen during a public hearing Wednesday evening on the county's fiscal 2019 budget. Many people protested Perrone's proposal to remove funding from agricultural preservation programs.

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