For more than 150 years, The Aegis has been a part of the lives of Harford County residents, chronicling the issues and events that really matter to them. The Aegis publishes every Wednesday and Friday, distributing a total of 41,891 copies a week.
The Catonsville Times offers comprehensive coverage of news, events and people in this western Baltimore County community. With a distribution of 3,602 every Wednesday, the Times reaches some of the Baltimore area’s most established consumers.
The well-educated residents of Columbia have enjoyed the news coverage of the Columbia Flier for more than 40 years. Publishing every Thursday, the Flier covers diverse neighborhoods across the town, delivering 37,999 copies every week.
Howard County thrives economically with an eclectic mix of successful families, couples and singles, and their weekly newspaper of record reflects this rich culture. With a wide-ranging coverage area, the Times delivers 16,594 copies every Thursday.
Every Wednesday, the Towson Times reaches local residents with coverage of news, sports, businesses and community events in Towson. We distribute 36,157 copies that cover Towson as well as the nearby areas of Lutherville, Timonium and Cockeysville.
Laurel, midway between Baltimore and Washington, DC, offers a convenient suburban lifestyle that appeals to many consumers. With coverage of Laurel as well as nearby areas like Russett and Ft. Meade, the well-respected Laurel Leader delivers 30,471 copies every Thursday.
The Jeffersonian, which publishes on Tuesday and Thursday, covers a broad mix of business news including finance, legal, real estate, government and political issues. The publication delivers a total circulation of 930 to businesses and their employees.
The Ft. Meade U.S. Army installation includes miltary operations, offices, housing and schools to support the residents, staff and visitors. With 12,170 copies distributed every Thursday, Soundoff! Is the only publication distributed to military and civilian personnel.
With a focus on the Upper Bay of Harford County, which includes the thriving communities of Aberdeen and Havre de Grace, this weekly publication delivers local news and information every Friday with a distribution of 1,870 copies.
The community of Arbutus, on the border of Baltimore City and Baltimore County, is well-served by the Arbutus Times. The paper, which covers schools, neighborhoods, local government and sports, circulates 1,723 copies every Wednesday.
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