Harford Mall in Bel Air, which was originally to be closed all day, announced they would open at 2 p.m. DuClaw brewing company also reopened at noon, according to its official Twitter page.
Regal Cinemas in Abingdon was open for businesses and Target in Bel Air opened at its normal time Tuesday after closing at 4 p.m. Monday.
The store's manager, who did not want give her name, said the Target was "pretty well stocked" with the basics: water, bread, milk and even a few flashlights.
Cecil still secure
Perryville Mayor Jim Eberhardt said everything was going pretty well in his town Tuesday morning.
"We have some trees down, but it's more of an inconvenience," he said.
The biggest issue: almost the entire town was without electricity. Eberhardt said he lost electricity at his house at 6:10 p.m. Monday and Delmarva crews were unable to work Monday evening because of the high wind.
Eberhardt has been meeting with the town's emergency management crews every four hours since Monday night to stay updated on the town's condition.
Port Deposit fared much better in the storm, Mayor Wayne Tome said.
Most residents had power the entire time with a few lulls in service, he added.
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