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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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Harford overdose deaths soar past 2016 total
The tally of heroin-related overdoses continues to climb in Harford County, as shown by this sign outside the Harford County Sheriff's Office headquarters in Bel Air. The total number of overdoses has increased to 299 as of Tuesday.Harford Education Foundation's Stuff the Bus under way
Bel Air Orthodontics creatively hosts their Stuff the Bus collection drive. Pictured are, first row from left, Brandi DeMarr, Melissa Graham and Colleen Mitrega; and top row from left, Dr. Stephen Godwin, Sara Bender, Helen Godwin and Katie Mongan.Employees evaluated after possible lightning strike at Harford 911 Center Friday
Several Harford County police, fire and emergency dispatchers were taken to hospitals for evaluation Friday after the building where the county's 911 Center is housed possibly was struck by lightning. Several Harford County police, fire and emergency dispatchers were taken to hospitals for evaluation Friday after the building where the county's 911 Center is housed possibly was struck by lightning.Restaurant Week returns in Harford through Aug. 27
Sixteen Harford County restaurants will showcase their menus during Restaurant Week, which begins Friday and runs through Sunday, Aug. 27. "This is a way for people to get out and try a restaurant they may have been interested in, but haven't been there yet," Greg Pizzuto, executive director of Visit Harford!, which sponsors Restaurant Week. "It also allows restaurants to really showcase not only some of their existing menus, but many take the opportunity to be creative and come up with something new for even their existing patrons to try."No licenses yet for Harford medical marijuana firms
No licenses have been issued for medical marijuana dispensaries, growers or processors based in Harford County, but the state's licensing process is beginning to pick up steam with final approvals granted for a handful of licenses earlier this week during a meeting of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission in Bel Air. The commission, which has been holding its meetings in different parts of the state, is scheduled to meet again in Bel Air on Aug. 28 regarding more final approvals.Harford seeks to sell off Bel Air 'tire lot' and property in Street
Bel Air,MD--10/29/13-- Eats review of Main St. Oyster House in Bel Air. Lloyd Fox/Sun Photographer #8498 Bel Air,MD--10/29/13-- Eats review of Main St. Oyster House in Bel Air.Both sides of Civil War represented in Harford courthouse portraits
Brigadier Gen. James Jay Archer, a Bel Air native and Southern sympathizer who led "Archer's Brigade" in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia commanded by Robert E. Lee Brigadier Gen.More special needs classrooms is top Harford school construction priority
The public review process of the Harford County Public School's budget at the school board level continues next week. The board is scheduled to hold more hearings on the budget at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14, and 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 16, at school system headquarters in the A.A. Roberty Building at 102 Hickory Avenue in Bel Air.Baltimore County man charged in Churchville bank robbery Monday
A Baltimore County man was arrested Monday morning and charged with robbing a bank in Churchville, Maryland State Police said. Keith Stacy Taylor, 38, of Essex, is charged with armed robbery and theft, according to a news release from State Police.Bel Air vigil for Charlottesville victims draws more than 200
People gathered in Rockfield Park in Bel Air Sunday evening to pay tribute to those killed in clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Va. More than 200 people gathered in Rockfield Park in Bel Air Sunday evening to express their shock and grief over those killed and injured in clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Va.Harford planning board nixes big industrial rezoning request, supports most others
The Harford County Planning Advisory Board -- from left, James Thornton, chair Geoffrey Close, Maria Terry and Beth Boyson -- reviewed 112 properties being considered for rezoning during their meeting Wednesday evening in the County Council chambers in Bel Air. The Harford County Planning Advisory Board -- from left, James Thornton, chair Geoffrey Close, Maria Terry and Beth Boyson -- reviewed 112 properties being considered for rezoning during their meeting Wednesday evening in the County Council chambers in Bel Air.Harford school bus schedules for 2017-18 available online
The bus schedules for the 2017-18 school year, which will start after Labor Day for the first time in many years, were released Thursday on the Harford County Public Schools website. The bus schedules for the 2017-18 school year, which will start after Labor Day for the first time in many years, were released Thursday on the Harford County Public Schools website.Pennsylvania Ave. speed hump gets high marks in Bel Air
A car climbs Wednesday over a steep speed hump installed on East Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Bel Air as part of a recent street resurfacing project. A car climbs Wednesday over a steep speed hump installed on East Pennsylvania Avenue in downtown Bel Air as part of a recent street resurfacing project.Advisory board set to review zoning requests
The Harford County Planning Advisory Board will review and vote on 112 Comprehensive Zoning requests in public meetings Wednesday and Thursday in Bel Air, including commercial rezoning sought for the Price property on Route 152 in Fallston. The Harford County Planning Advisory Board will review and vote on 112 Comprehensive Zoning requests in public meetings Wednesday and Thursday in Bel Air, including commercial rezoning sought for the Price property on Route 152 in Fallston.Three hospitalzed after crash at Harford and Connolly roads Friday
Three people were hospitalized Friday when a car and a commercial bus crashed at the intersection of Harford and Connolly Roads near Bel Air, according to Maryland State Police. The crash was reported at 4:04 p.m., Sgt.Congested section of Route 22 undergoing widening, bike and pedestrian improvements
The State Highway Administration is beginning a $6.5 million project to resurface and widen Route 22 between Prospect Mill Road and Route 136. The project includes adding an additional lane in each direction between Prospect Mill and Thomas Run/Schucks roads near Harford Community College.Patti Sauers honored as Harford Farm Fair's top volunteer
Aberdeen Rotary Club President Bernie Cox, right, presents Patti Sauers with the 2017 Harford County Farm Fair Puller Award last Friday evening at the fair. The award is given by the fair's board of directors each year to the outstanding volunteer.Former employee charged in Bel Air Taco Bell robbery
Police have charged an ex-employee in connection with a robbery last week at the Taco Bell restaurant in Bel Air during which three employees were locked in a freezer. David Joseph Furey, 25, of the 800 block of Pecan Court in Bel Air, was arrested and charged Thursday with armed robbery, second- and fourth-degree burglary, theft less than $1,000 and theft between $1,000 and $10,000.Traffic signal under construction at Harford and Connolly roads in Fallston
The State Highway Administration has begun work to install a new traffic signal at Harford and Connolly roads in Fallston. The signal is expected to be operational in the fall, an SHA spokesperson said.Organizers say new format for Harford Farm Fair was a success
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