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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
Suspects sought in carjacking, robbery of delivery driver in Fallston

The four men who kidnapped and robbed a delivery man in Fallston early Tuesday afternoon are still being sought by police. Shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday, a man driving a white box truck was preparing to deliver tobacco products to a liquor store in the 2300 block of Belair Road in Fallston, according to a \post on the Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack's Facebook page.

Abingdon man charged in fatal hit and run on Route 924 in November

Joseph Taylor Bryant of Abingdon is charged with homicide by motor vehicle under the influence of drugs and negligent manslaughter by vehicle in connection with the Nov. 24 hit and run on Route 24. Joseph Taylor Bryant of Abingdon is charged with homicide by motor vehicle under the influence of drugs and negligent manslaughter by vehicle in connection with the Nov. 24 hit and run on Route 24. An Abingdon man was indicted and arrested this week on homicide and manslaughter charges in connection with the fatal hit and run of a Bel Air man in November.

Harford County Restaurant Week is underway

Anyone who has been wanting to try something new in Harford County dining can check out one of nearly two dozen eateries participating in the winter Restaurant Week Jan. 19 to 28. "The goal is for diners to try restaurants in Harford County they may not have experienced," organizers of Restaurant Week, sponsored by Visit Harford!, said on their website, http://harfordcountyrestaurantweek.com/about . "Of course, in addition to this, we encourage you to dine in your favorite restaurants as well."

No recent issues at 510 Johnnys, Harford liquor board, Bel Air Police report

Police and liquor board officials say there has been no trouble with rowdiness or underage drinking at 510 Johnnys in Bel Air since the restaurant and night spot paid a fine and served a suspension and agreed to end college nights. Police and liquor board officials say there has been no trouble with rowdiness or underage drinking at 510 Johnnys in Bel Air since the restaurant and night spot paid a fine and served a suspension and agreed to end college nights.

Harford County police blotter

Brian Libby, 35, of the first block of Poplar Grove Avenue, was arrested last Friday on a bench warrant in a case in which he was charged with second-degree assault. Deondre Jabbar White, 23, of the 100 block of Farm Road, was arrested Tuesday for failing to appear for court in a case in which he was charged with disorderly conduct, failure to obey a lawful police order and resisting arrest.

Bel Air officials approve contracts for Rockfield Park pavilion construction

Pictured is a pavilion structure similar to one that will be install in Bel Air's Rockfield Park this spring. Pictured is a pavilion structure similar to one that will be install in Bel Air's Rockfield Park this spring.

Bel Air Town Board honors BAHS student Andrew Sunday

Bel Air Mayor Susan Burdette, left, presented a Student Achievement Award to Bel Air High senior Andrew Sunday during Monday night's town meeting. Town Commissioners Patrick Richards, Brendan Hopkins and Amy Chmielewski stand behind them.

Man dies in single-car crash on Route 152 in Joppa early Sunday;...

Firefighters put out a fire in a car that spun off Route 152 early Sunday morning and landed in a grove of trees. The driver was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene, according to Maryland State Police.

Harford County Council approves Freys Road sewer service resolution

The Harford County Council has approved a petition to extend public sewer service to 12 homes along Freys Road in Edgewood, despite objections from one council member that six of the 12 property owners are concerned about being able to pay for the service. The Harford County Council has approved a petition to extend public sewer service to 12 homes along Freys Road in Edgewood, despite objections from one council member that six of the 12 property owners are concerned about being able to pay for the service.

Firefighters battle two Harford apartment fires Friday

Firefighters were called to a building in the Woodsdale Apartments complex in Abingdon Friday afternoon to extinguish a fire in one of the units that investigators say was caused by an unattended candle. Firefighters were called to a building in the Woodsdale Apartments complex in Abingdon Friday afternoon to extinguish a fire in one of the units that investigators say was caused by an unattended candle.

Harford executive plans suit against opioid manufacturers, distributors

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman delivers his State of the County address Tuesday evening at the Harford County Council chambers in Bel Air. Harford County Executive Barry Glassman delivers his State of the County address Tuesday evening at the Harford County Council chambers in Bel Air.

Thursday morning house fire in Joppa ruled arson

Arson is suspected in as the cause of a fire that caused an estimated $50,000 in damage to a house in the 400 block of Trimble Road early Thursday morning, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. Arson is suspected in as the cause of a fire that caused an estimated $50,000 in damage to a house in the 400 block of Trimble Road early Thursday morning, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal.

Harford Community College nursing students teach HIV prevention to high school students in Estonia

High school students in Narva, Estonia, listen to Harford Community College students about the importance of safe sex in preventing the spread of HIV. High school students in Narva, Estonia, listen to Harford Community College students about the importance of safe sex in preventing the spread of HIV.

Public speakers cite safety, reduced class sizes and diversity...

Christopher Providence, representing Together We Will and Voices for Racial Change, shares the groups' priorities for the proposed Harford County Public Schools fiscal 2019 budget Wednesday during a public input session hosted by the Board of Education. Christopher Providence, representing Together We Will and Voices for Racial Change, shares the groups' priorities for the proposed Harford County Public Schools fiscal 2019 budget Wednesday during a public input session hosted by the Board of Education.

Denouncing national divisions, extremism, 'fake news,'...

Harford County Board of Education member Nancy Reynolds, left, chats with County Council President Richard Slutzky after Slutzky delivered the council president's annual address Tuesday evening in the council chambers in Bel Air. Harford County Board of Education member Nancy Reynolds, left, chats with County Council President Richard Slutzky after Slutzky delivered the council president's annual address Tuesday evening in the council chambers in Bel Air.

Glassman outlines new initiatives, lauds county's financial position in annual address

Harford County Barry Glassman delivers his State of the County address Tuesday evening at the Harford County Council chambers in Bel Air. Harford County Barry Glassman delivers his State of the County address Tuesday evening at the Harford County Council chambers in Bel Air.

Removal of John Carroll's newspaper adviser upsets former students

Some members of the John Carroll School community are upset over the mid-year removal, for reasons that won't be disclosed, of the moderator of The Patriot, the school's award-winning student newspaper. Some members of the John Carroll School community are upset over the mid-year removal, for reasons that won't be disclosed, of the moderator of The Patriot, the school's award-winning student newspaper.

Harford council considering bill to end Fallston sewer subdistrict

Fallston's Route 1 commercial corridor is shown last month looking west. Harford County is considering abolishing the area's 25-year-old sanitary sewer subdistrict, which county leaders say has served its purpose to fund infrastructure and is no longer needed.

Fire guts Joppa house Sunday, smoke alarm alerts occupant to evacuate

A smoke alarm is credited with saving the life of the occupant of a Joppa house that was extensively damaged by a fire early Sunday morning. More than 50 firefighters from fire companies in Harford County and elsewhere in the region battled the blaze in the single family home in the 300 block of Avedon Court.

Harford's Glassman to give State of County Address Jan. 9

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman will present his fourth annual State of the County Address to the County Council and the public at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 9, in the Council Chambers at 212 S. Bond Street in Bel Air. He is shown delivering his 2017 address.

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