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The Aegis (newspaper)

The Aegis
Type Twice-weekly newspaper
Owner(s) Baltimore Sun Media Group/Tribune Company
Founded 1856
Language English
Headquarters Bel Air, Maryland
Sister newspapers The Baltimore Sun
Website .com.theaegiswww

For the former magazine, see The Aegis (magazine)

The Aegis is a local newspaper in Harford County, Maryland, United States. "The Aegis" began publishing in 1856 under the name "The Southern Aegis". Harford County's only source for print news is based out of Bel Air and publishes twice a week. For more than 150 years The Aegis has been covering the area and providing citizens coverage spanning all corners of the county. High school sports, community events and local government are just some of the things featured in the publication.

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