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Looks like the power grid is getting Bel Air back on line this morning and life for some can return a bit to normal. According to BGE’s Current Outages chart, 18,554 Harford County residents remain without power three days after Hurricane Irene hit. Thirty-five county roads remain closed for hurricane clean up, while 102 have been reopened, according to the county’s road status list: Major intersections that had been without operating traffic signals like Main Street in Bel Air and the intersection of Route 24 and Bel Air South Parkway are now back online.

Businesses are reopening.

NVS Salon & Spa on Main Street is offering a complimentary shampoo and blow dry for those without power at home.

Liberatore’s in Bel Air is having an $8.95 all you can eat lunch buffet from 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Bel Air Athletic Club is offering use of its its showers for people who don’t have hot water at their homes. Just come in and fill out a guest registration.

Bel Air News & Views sponsor Tae Kwon Do Masters is open and offering a free trial class with a certified black belt instructor for people who want to try a martial arts class. Call 410-879-3176. Click here for more information:

Bel Air News & Views sponsor Massage Envy is open for business. If you’ve had enough of this hurricane recovery stress and want to schedule a massage, call (410) 420-7770. Click here for more information:


Bel Air News & Views sponsor Flavor Cupcakery is also open and serving up Almond Joy, Raspberry Lemonade, Key Lime Pie and Gluten-Free Salted Caramel flavored cupcakes today.

If you know of a business that is now open or offering a hurricane-related deal, let me know and I’ll post it here.