The and its surrounding areas are no longer without power about 48 hours after ravaged Harford County.
Shortly before 9 a.m. Tuesday, BGE workers "flipped the switch," returning power to one of Bel Air's busiest business areas, along with the corridor from Bright Oaks Drive to Wheel Road. Electric was also restored across Bel Air South Parkway, including lights at the intersection with Maryland Route 24, into the area where , and are located.
A BGE worker on scene said the fix is permanent.
"If it's on, it's on," the worker said.