Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Bel Air business officially closed April 22.
The establishment once known as Dead Freddies is in fact dead. Freddies restaurant in Bel Air closed Monday citing ownership conflict. Write a review about your experience at Freddies and your best memories of the establishment on its Patch directory listing. The Harford County Liquor Control Board received a resignation of liquor license from Freddies and letters from two licensees outlining the business's closure, officials said at Wednesday's liquor board meeting. Adam Horn, one of the licensees, resigned his position at Freddie's. In a letter to the liquor board, he wrote, "conflict in ownership has reached a point where I do not wish to be involved anymore." Another licensee from Freddies, Steve Corillo, wrote on April 19 that, "…
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Bel Air's latest liquor store, Discount Liquor, replaces another.
After sitting vacant for more than a year, the former location of Decker's Wine and Spirits in Bel Air is once again open for business as liquor store. Discount Liquor opened Dec. 5 at 401 Baltimore Pike, a store manager told Patch Wednesday. Get daily and breaking news updates: sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any news tips. The location has been a point of concern for Harford County Liquor Control Board since 2011. In June of that year, the liquor board denied Decker's a liquor license and banned licensees Joseph Borromeo and Virgil Dale Davis from serving again in Harford County. The licensees were found guilty of three charges in a May 18 hearing: failing to …
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Bel Air, Aberdeen and Havre de Grace establishments were caught in the sting.
Seven fraternal and private clubs were among 11 Harford County establishments that failed liquor control board underage compliance tests conducted June 2–4. Winters Run Golf Club and Maryland Golf and Country Club in Bel Air were two of the private establishments that failed the test. "Seven of those clubs tested over the three-night operation not only served the underage purchaser but also allowed a non-member to be served alcohol, which is an additional violation of alcohol beverage laws and regulations specific to this type/class of alcohol beverage license," read a statement from the Harford County Liquor Control Board. Elks Lodge 2354 in Abingdon, VFW 6054 in Aberdeen, Bush River and Otter Point Yacht Clubs and VFW 8672 in …
Friday, May 27, 2011
The Street store has been fined $6,000.
A 14-day liquor license suspension for Old School Tavern in Dublin began Thursday. The store’s licensees were found guilty of three violations stemming from a Nov. 14, 2009 incident. On April 14, Judge Angela Eaves of the Circuit Court of Harford County upheld the suspension along with $6,000 in fines. The licensees originally went before the Harford County Liquor Control Board on June 10, 2010 facing the following charges: The suspension is scheduled to end June 10. The business was closed Friday.
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Curtis Street in Aberdeen was raided by police.
One local official was reelected while another was appointed. And guess what high-paid county employee got a raise? TUESDAY Randy Cerveny was reelected as president of the Harford County Education Association, according to the Dagger blog. FRIDAY The Bel Air Downtown Alliance had a one-day liquor license approved for First Fridays, while a new member of the Liquor Control Board was sworn in, as reported by Explore Harford. Explore Harford detailed the pay increase for County Executive David Craig's chief of staff. Top Stories from Other Harford Patches: HAVRE DE GRACE PATCH Candidates Come Out Swinging in First Forum Main Street: Vote Leaves Position Vacant ABERDEEN PATCH Undefeated Edgewood Boxer Fighting for Fame Two Arrested After …