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  • Bel Air dedicates its completed Armory Marketplace

    Bel Air dedicates its completed Armory Marketplace

    Bel Air town officials, joined by dignitaries from the state and Harford County, formally dedicated the Armory Marketplace with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, Sept. 21. The event was attended by approximately 65 people including Maryland Secretary of Housing and Community Development Kenneth...

  • Havre de Grace Police to go on the roof for Special Olympics

    Havre de Grace Police to go on the roof for Special Olympics

    Havre de Grace Police are raising money for two important causes – breast cancer research and the Maryland Special Olympics. Police are selling pink versions of the Havre de Grace Police emblem patch for $5 each. Proceeds benefit cancer research that gets more attention beginning Oct. 1 with the...

  • Estonia art exhibit opens in Bel Air

    Estonia art exhibit opens in Bel Air

    A six-week International art exhibition featuring paintings, textiles and sculpture from Estonia opened Sunday at The Liriodendron in Bel Air. County Councilman James McMahan, Liriondendron Foundation president, made arrangements with Bel Air’s sister city, Narva, Estonia, to have 30 artworks airlifted...

  • Old Bel Air High School reunion is Sept. 22

    Old Bel Air High School reunion is Sept. 22

    Anyone who attended the Old Bel Air High School on Gordon Street from 1930 to 1955 is invited to attend the 26th reunion. It will take place on Saturday, Sept 22 at the Level Fire Hall, just off Route 155, in Level. Social time starts at 11 a.m. and the buffet opens at noon. Reservations are required,...

  • Insurance company donates $10K to Havre de Grace Colored School group

    Insurance company donates $10K to Havre de Grace Colored School group

    Harford Mutual Insurance Company has donated $10,000 to the Havre de Grace Colored School Foundation for purchase and renovations of the historic property at Alliance and Stokes streets in Havre de Grace. Harford Mutual president Steve Linkous and Frank Kellner, vice president of claims, joined...

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