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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
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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

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Harford Council passes Comprehensive Zoning legislation

Despite protests from Forest Hill residents, the Harford County Council Tuesday approved the countywide Comprehensive Zoning Bill that, among other changes, will permit commercial development at the northwest corner of the Route 23/24 intersection. Despite protests from Forest Hill residents, the Harford County Council Tuesday approved the countywide Comprehensive Zoning Bill that, among other changes, will permit commercial development at the northwest corner of the Route 23/24 intersection.

Fallout continues from Bel Air High racist photo, as more demand action

Bel Air Mayor Susan Burdett and community activist JoWanda Strickland-Lucas discuss last week's incident at Bel Air High School where a photo was taken of students using their tee-shirts to spell a racial slur. Bel Air Mayor Susan Burdett and community activist JoWanda Strickland-Lucas discuss last week's incident at Bel Air High School where a photo was taken of students using their tee-shirts to spell a racial slur.

Baltimore temperatures dropped to 30s Tuesday morning for first time since April

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the region's point of record, hit 38 degrees before daybreak. It was the coldest reading there since a low of 34 degrees April 9. Frost advisories were in effect overnight for higher-elevation suburbs in western Howard County, Carroll County and northern Baltimore and Harford counties.

Temporary bridge in use on Carrs Mill Road near Bel Air

Motorists have begun using a temporary bridge along Carrs Mill Road over Bear Cabin Branch between Fallston and Bel Air while a new, $1.4 million replacement bridge is constructed nearby. Motorists have begun using a temporary bridge along Carrs Mill Road over Bear Cabin Branch between Fallston and Bel Air while a new, $1.4 million replacement bridge is constructed nearby.

Harford council to consider amendments to Comprehensive Zoning legislation

From left, Harford County Council President Richard Slutzky, Councilman Patrick Vincenti and Councilman Curtis Beulah listen during a recent public hearing on the county's comprehensive zoning review at Aberdeen High School. From left, Harford County Council President Richard Slutzky, Councilman Patrick Vincenti and Councilman Curtis Beulah listen during a recent public hearing on the county's comprehensive zoning review at Aberdeen High School.

Bel Air students punished over racial slur photo

Over 16,000 people have signed a Change.org petition calling for the expulsion of students already punished for spelling out a racial slur at Bel Air High School. "I think there should be zero tolerance for something like this," she said.

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Marshall, left, and Jacob Klein check out some the items in the dairy case of the newly renovated Klein's ShopRite store in Forest Hill Monday morning. Marshall, left, and Jacob Klein check out some the items in the dairy case of the newly renovated Klein's ShopRite store in Forest Hill Monday morning.

Bel Air girl with rare disease prepares for Miss Maryland Teen USA pageant

Macey Brietenback came out wearing a long, light-colored lacy dress and jogged over to a full-length mirror, with her sister, Lilly, holding up the back of the dress. "I love the color, I love the belt - I don't know, it's so flowy and pretty," Macey added.

Aberdeen council approves plans to build warehouse on Manekin/Pomeroy property

Gerry Powell, of Frederick Ward Associates in Bel Air, makes a presentation to the Aberdeen City Council Monday on plans to build a 500,000 square-foot warehouse on the Pomeroy family property on Old Philadelphia Road. Gerry Powell, of Frederick Ward Associates in Bel Air, makes a presentation to the Aberdeen City Council Monday on plans to build a 500,000 square-foot warehouse on the Pomeroy family property on Old Philadelphia Road.

Bel Air HS Students Disciplined For Photo Of Them Holding Letters Spelling Out N-Word

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Seven Bel Air High students disciplined for racist photo

Seven Bel Air High School students have been disciplined for their roles in creating a photo of themselves spelling out a racial slur with oversized letters pinned on or held up to their shirts, according to a Harford County Public Schools spokesperson. Seven Bel Air High School students have been disciplined for their roles in creating a photo of themselves spelling out a racial slur with oversized letters pinned on or held up to their shirts, according to a Harford County Public Schools spokesperson.

'An Evening with Joe Palmer' kicks off Maryland Million...

The one-man show "An Evening with Joe Palmer," performed by Walter May, will kick off Maryland Million week on Friday, Oct. 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Country Life Farm in Bel Air. Tickets for the performance are $30, and include light fare and refreshments.

Bel Air Police officer becomes pastor at Fallston church

Harvest Community Church member Kathy Marron shares a hug with new pastor Matt Gullion as she welcomes him and his family after his installation service at the church on September 24, 2017. Harvest Community Church member Kathy Marron shares a hug with new pastor Matt Gullion as she welcomes him and his family after his installation service at the church on September 24, 2017.

Perrone stepping back from Harford council to focus on career, personal life

Harford County Councilman Mike Perrone listens to testimony during an Oct. 2 public hearing on Comprehensive Zoning legislation. The first-term councilman says he will not be running for re-election in 2018.

Field of four candidates set for Bel Air town election

The field is set with four candidates running for two seats on the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners in the Nov. 7 town eletion. The field is set with four candidates running for two seats on the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners in the Nov. 7 town eletion.

Organizers pleased with turnout at Harford County Veterans Resource Fair

Vistors to Saturday's Harford County Veterans Resource Fair receive information from exhibitors set up on the floor of the Bel Air Armory. Vistors to Saturday's Harford County Veterans Resource Fair receive information from exhibitors set up on the floor of the Bel Air Armory.

Visit Darlington for all things apple Saturday

A big crowd was on hand for the 2016 Darlington Apple Festival. This year's festival will be Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A big crowd was on hand for the 2016 Darlington Apple Festival.

Four candidates enter race for two Bel Air town commissioner seats, more possible

With the deadline fast approaching for candidates to file in the upcoming Bel Air town election, four people have stepped forward thus far to run for two seats on the Board of Town Commissioners. Candidates can file up to 7 p.m. Friday at Town Hall on Hickory Avenue.

Mother, two children hospitalized after Bel Air townhouse fire

A mother and two children were hospitalized after a fire caused extensive damage to a townhouse on Pentwood Court in Bel Air. A mother and two children were hospitalized after a fire caused extensive damage to a townhouse on Pentwood Court in Bel Air.

Harford to hold Veterans Resource Fair at Bel Air Armory Saturday

In support of those who served our nation, Harford County will host a resource fair for veterans and their families on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Bel Air Armory, 37 N. Main St. in Bel Air. This free event will be a one-stop-shop for information about benefits, jobs, housing, and educational opportunities for veterans, according to a news release announcing the event.

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