In these unusual times, I am so proud and encouraged to see how our residents and local businesses are pulling together to adapt to this challenging crisis. The way we collectively respond to a situation like this is what makes our small town what it is today: The Heart of Harford. Read on
A life-long interest in police work, persistent investigative skills and dependable street smarts led Corporal Kayhla Hendren to become the first woman supervisor in Bel Air Police Department (BAPD) history, says Chief of Police Charles Moore. Learn more about Kayla Hendren
Carol Deibel, was the Town of Bel Air’s Director of Planning and Community Development. She believed Business Rt. 1 retail stores and a revitalized Bel Air historic downtown could thrive together. Learn More about Carol Diebel
Mary Chance served as the Director of Volunteers, Director of Community Services and as the Director of Administration for Harford County. For Chance, local government can and does make a difference in people’s lives. Learn more about Mary Chance
One hundred years ago this month, the 19th Amendment settled once and for all that women had the right to vote. In a nod to this anniversary, Governor Larry Hogan ushered in 2020 by proclaiming it as the Year of the Woman in Maryland. Learn more...