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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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Fallston High School had top SAT scores for 2017
Fallston High School students who took the SAT during the 2016-17 school year had the highest average scores compared with the averages of Harford County's other nine high schools. Above, members of the FHS Class of 2017 are shown during their graduation last June.Harford delegate seeks court review of community center in 'Muslim' development
Jorge Pimentel, left, of Joppatowne, shares his concerns about a development that he and others believe is being marketed to Muslims only, despite contrary claims by the owner. Del. Rick Impallaria, right, filed a legal challenge to a community center planned for the development Jorge Pimentel, left, of Joppatowne, shares his concerns about a development that he and others believe is being marketed to Muslims only, despite contrary claims by the owner.Huffington sentenced to time served for 1981 Harford double murder
John Norman Huffington will be a free man on Jan. 1, 2018, more than 36 years after he was charged with committing a 1981 double murder in Harford County. A Frederick County Circuit Court judge sentenced Huffington Thursday to the time he already served in prison.Harford student pages meet, greet state legislators
Members of the Harford County Delegation in Annapolis join the group of new student pages for a group photo after Wednesday mornings Student Page Breakfast at Patterson Mill High School. Members of the Harford County Delegation in Annapolis join the group of new student pages for a group photo after Wednesday mornings Student Page Breakfast at Patterson Mill High School.Bel Air Couple Uses Christmas Lights To Raise Awareness About Opioid Misuse
As you make plans to look at Christmas lights this year, there's a display in Harford County starting Friday night that hopes to do more than just inspire holiday cheer. The spectacular light display in Bel Air uses 20,000 LED bulbs set and plays music ranging from holiday favorites to movie tunes.Bel Air murder trail continues; judge denies defendant's motion to suppress testimony
The third day in the trial of Victor Colbert, who is charged with murder in the 2012 stabbing death of a Bel Air man, ended with the denial of the defendant's motion to suppress the testimony of an expert witness. Colbert, 36, is representing himself, having dismissed attorneys - both private and from the county's Office of the Public Defender - in the nearly five years leading up to this week's jury trial.Harford Hazmat employee injured in I-95 crash Wednesday
Maryland State Police troopers from the JFK Highway Barrack are investigating a two vehicle crash Wendesday morning on Interstate 95 in Harford County that sent three people to the hospital, including the driver of a Harford County Hazmat vehicle. The driver of a Volvo passenger vehicle and her occupant were injured in the crash.Property tax credit bill for retired vets, seniors approved by Harford council
Harford County Councilman James McMahan, an Army veteran shown speaking during a Bel Air Flag Day ceremony, signed on as a sponsor of County Executive Barry Glassman's bill giving 20 percent property tax credits to retired veterans and senior citizens. The bill passed Tuesday.It's official, Harford council limits public speakers
The Harford County Council unanimously approved Tuesday night Council President Richard Slutzky's, above, time limits on public speakers at council meetings. The Harford County Council unanimously approved Tuesday night Council President Richard Slutzky's, above, time limits on public speakers at council meetings.Melville Family gives $50,000 in honor of their parents, longtime Bel Air residents
Representing the Melville family, niece Mary Ellen King , left, center, and Bob Melville,right center, son of Bob & Jane Melville present checks for $25,000 to Karen Bond, Executive Director, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore, left, and Ross DiEdoardo, Director, CASA of Harford County. Representing the Melville family, niece Mary Ellen King , left, center, and Bob Melville,right center, son of Bob & Jane Melville present checks for $25,000 to Karen Bond, Executive Director, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore, left, and Ross DiEdoardo, Director, CASA of Harford County.Harford school board approves contracts for new Havre de Grace school complex
Havre de Grace High School staff stand outside the school on Maroon Monday, wearing their school colors in anticipation that the Harford County Board of Education would approve contracts that evening to build a new school. Havre de Grace High School staff stand outside the school on Maroon Monday, wearing their school colors in anticipation that the Harford County Board of Education would approve contracts that evening to build a new school.Police blotter
Police investigators prepare to remove files and other records from the Bel Air offices of AccuPay Friday afternoon. Several clients of the company have filed suit claiming their payroll taxes were not remitted to the IRS.Victor Colbert goes on trial for 2012 Bel Air homicide
The trial of Victor Levi Colbert, who has been charged in the 2012 stabbing death of Rodney Holmes Smith in the victim's Bel Air apartment, got underway this week in Harford County Circuit Court following nearly five years of delays. The trial of Victor Levi Colbert, who has been charged in the 2012 stabbing death of Rodney Holmes Smith in the victim's Bel Air apartment, got underway this week in Harford County Circuit Court following nearly five years of delays.Harford school board reviews policy to let employees give naloxone
One-step Narcan Nasal Spray used by the Harford County Sheriff's Office was on display at its Bel Air headquarters last April. One-step Narcan Nasal Spray used by the Harford County Sheriff's Office was on display at its Bel Air headquarters last April.Coakley's gets liquor board approval to proceed with Cornerstone package goods store
Coakley's Cornerstone as it appeared in early 2016. The proposed wine and spirt's shop in the former Vancherie's restaurant on Union Avenue has finally received approval to open from the Harford County Liquor Control Board.AleCraft approved for Bel Air taproom, plans to open Dec. 15
AleCraft Brewery received approval from the Harford County Liquor Control Board to serve beer in its Bel Air taproom, above, at 319 S. Main St. in the Preston's Stationery building. AleCraft Brewery received approval from the Harford County Liquor Control Board to serve beer in its Bel Air taproom, above, at 319 S. Main St. in the Preston's Stationery building.Maryland state troopers hosting inaugural 'shop with a cop' for Harford children Dec. 9
Maryland Troopers Association Lodge 96, which represents state troopers in Harford County, is hosting its inaugural Shop With a Cop event Saturday, Dec. 9, in Bel Air. Maryland Troopers Association Lodge 96, which represents state troopers in Harford County, is hosting its inaugural Shop With a Cop event Saturday, Dec. 9, in Bel Air.Families enjoy early Christmas cheer at Bel Air parade and tree lighting Sunday
Bel Air residents Joe and Mary Lynn Bezek faced a busy day Sunday, with lots of Christmas decorating still to be done, but they decided to spend their afternoon downtown, taking in the 28th annual Bel Air Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting Celebration. "We always wanted to do that, and we thought, let's try to appreciate what our town offers," Mary Lynn Bezek said.Harford County Public Library Foundation raises more than $100K at 'Evening in the Stacks
From left, Jim Carnaggio, a member of the command staff at the U.S. Army Aberdeen Test Center; Denise Carnaggio, Aberdeen Proving Ground liaison and strategic partnerships coordinator with Harford Community College; Sandi Bocek; and Bill Bocek, chairman and CEO of Chesapeake Bank of Maryland, enjoy their time at "La La Library: An Evening in the Stacks," an annual fundraiser for The Harford County Public Library Foundation. Bryan E. Kelly, right, a co-founder and principal owner of Bel Air-based The Kelly Group, and his wife, Katherine, were honorary chairs of "La La Library: An Evening in the Stacks," an annual fundraiser for The Harford County Public Library Foundation.Harford builder building county's first tiny house
Developer and builder Craig Falanga is building the first one in the county on Rock Spring Road in Bel Air, just outside the town limits. "I'm drawn to this tiny house thing, but I can't put my finger on why," Falanga, owner of Pinnacle Design Development Inc., said.
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