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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
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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
Several residents challenge Harford council president's remarks about climate change

More than a dozen people spent 45 minutes Tuesday rebuffing claims made last week by Council President Richard Slutzky that global warming is "bogus." Before the meeting in Bel Air, several protested outside the Harford County Council chambers.

Fentanyl found in majority of heroin, opioid-related overdoses in 2017

As the number of fatal overdoses continues to rise in Harford County, so does the use of synthetic fentanyl, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office. Above, the overdose tally board outside the Sheriff's Office headquarters in Bel Air in late December 2017.

'Sacrificing Margaret Morgan,' Harford's little known...

An unidentified newspaper article in support of four men who forcibly took Margaret Morgan and her children from Pennsylvania to Harford County in 1837, claiming Morgan was a runaway slave. Her case was the subject of lecture Saturday at the county Historical Society.

At Abingdon's MWFitness, Kangoo Jumps takes workouts to new heights

Kangoo Jumps is a fitness class using bouncy boots for a high-intensity cardio dance workout. Kangoo Jumps is a fitness class using bouncy boots for a high-intensity cardio dance workout.

More than 100 take part in Liriodendron's Walk in the Woods in Bel Air Monday

More than 100 brave souls of all ages took to the woods around Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air for the second annual Walk in the Woods on Presidents' Day Monday. Frank Marsden, who led the trek, talks to the group.

Bel Air fire company ambulance damaged in N.J. crash

A fire department vehicle from Bel Air, MD, is pulled out of the woods after it was invoved in a collision with a car that overturned on Route 195 Eastbound at Exit 22 in Jackson Wednesday afternoon, February 14, 2018. A fire department vehicle from Bel Air, MD, is pulled out of the woods after it was invoved in a collision with a car that overturned on Route 195 Eastbound at Exit 22 in Jackson Wednesday afternoon, February 14, 2018.

Report anything 'troubling,' especially seen on social...

Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford visited Harford Technical High School in Bel Air Thursday to see first-hand some of the programs available to students at the magnet school.

Harford council president says he's a human climate change denier

The president of the Harford County Council says changes in climate occur naturally and are not directly a result of human activity and the latter arguments are "bogus." The president of the Harford County Council says changes in climate occur naturally and are not directly a result of human activity and the latter arguments are "bogus."

Doctor, girlfriend charged with illegally distributing drugs in Havre de Grace, police say

Dr. Thomas Francis Burke, 56, left, and Lindsay Nichole Smith, 33, both of Havre de Grace, were indicted Jan. 31 in Harford County Circuit Court and arrested the following day. Dr. Thomas Francis Burke, 56, left, and Lindsay Nichole Smith, 33, both of Havre de Grace, were indicted Jan. 31 in Harford County Circuit Court and arrested the following day.

Building Community

For many Baltimore Jews, Harford County's rolling rural hills and growing suburban landscapes are a world away from their large, established Jewish communities, which offer a new person in town myriad choices of places to worship, study, eat, shop and socialize. A 45-minute drive from Baltimore, Harford County, whose total population is about a quarter-million, has just one Reform temple in Havre de Grace and one Chabad center in Bel Air.

In Bel Air, a show of love for God and each other on Ash Wednesday and Valentine's Day

The Rev. Msgr. Kevin Schenning, pastor of Saint Margaret Parish in Bel Air, talks about how Ash Wednesday and Valentine's Day are both times to show love.

Harford County's African-American history remembered at Historical Society luncheon

Robert 'Bob' Greene, of Havre de Grace, holds a portrait of his grandfather, William L. Greene, Tuesday as he discusses growing up in Harford County. He was one of several people who talked about local black history at the Historical Society of Harford County in Bel Air.

Five women charged in thefts from Bel Air Target; one allegedly used pepper spray on employees

Five women were arrested Friday after allegedly trying to steal merchandise from Target in Bel Air, town police said. Officers from Bel Air Police Department responded to Target, in the 500 block of Marketplace Drive, for a report of a robbery and assault that involved the use of pepper-spray on two employees.

Man shot dead in East Baltimore, ending 12-day stretch without a homicide in the city

A 22-year-old man was fatally shot in East Baltimore Tuesday afternoon, ending a 12-day stretch in which the city hadn't seen a homicide. Police said the man was shot about 1:15 p.m. Tuesday in the 3800 block of Elmley Avenue in the Bel Air-Edison neighborhood.

Harford Public Schools honored for raising $476,057 for The American Heart Association

Harford County Public Schools leaders are joined by representatives of the American Heart Association and LifeBridge Health Monday night, as the school system and its staff and students were recognized for raising more than $476,000 for the Heart Association last school year. Harford County Public Schools leaders are joined by representatives of the American Heart Association and LifeBridge Health Monday night, as the school system and its staff and students were recognized for raising more than $476,000 for the Heart Association last school year.

First Unitarian Church in Baltimore marks a musical anniversary

Jim Houston's sneakered feet tapped to keep time Sunday as he played the organ. It was the "Song for St. Cecilia's Day," John Dryden's 17th century ode to the transcendent power of music.

This Buick Roadmaster Hearse Is Sure To Intimidate

Outside of a funeral procession and a few rockabilly hot-rodders, seeing a hearse in the wild isn't that common. I was very surprised when I came across this Buick Roadmaster Hearse parked in front of an apartment complex in Bel Air, Maryland.

Emmanuel Church celebrates 150 years of service to Bel Air

The Reverend Canon Dr. Mark Gatza, Rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Bel Air and the congregation are preparing to celebrate the 150th anniversary with a host of events starting Sunday at 5 p.m. with a service of Evensong and a free organ recital. The Reverend Canon Dr. Mark Gatza, Rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Bel Air and the congregation are preparing to celebrate the 150th anniversary with a host of events starting Sunday at 5 p.m. with a service of Evensong and a free organ recital.

Harford County remembers fallen deputies with moment of silence

Harford County held a day of remembrance on the second anniversary of the killing of Harford Sheriff's Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon and Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey. Harford County held a day of remembrance on the second anniversary of the killing of Harford Sheriff's Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon and Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey.

Harford County Flag Lowered; Moment Of Silence For Fallen Deputies

Officer Charged In Freddie Gray Case Switches Departments To Internal Affairs Sgt. Alicia White, who was charged with manslaughter in the death of Freddie Gray, is moving to the Baltimore Police Department's Internal Affairs Division.

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