Harford Cable Network 399 Thomas Run Rd, Bel Air, MD21015 This 24-hour channel located adjacent to Joppa Hall at Harford Community College is run by five full-time employees and…More some freelancers. Broadcasts include local sports, health, finance, education, arts and entertainment, area events, religion, military and government. Bulletin board messages are also aired on this completely noncommercial station, which is the county's only PEG channel. It is operated by the county council and overseen by an advisory board. The station's mission is "to serve the citizens of Harford County by providing programming that informs, educates, entertains and promotes a sense of community."
The Aegis 10 N Hays St, Bel Air, MD21014 Harford County's premier source for print news is based out of Bel Air and publishes twice a week. For more than 150…More 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.
Tollgate Park 704 N Tollgate Rd, Bel Air, MD21014 Tollgate Park is located adjacent to the grounds for the annual Harford County Farm Fair. There are two levels of wide…More open areas where any traditional sport such as baseball, softball, soccer and lacrosse can be played. Additionally, there is a batting cage on the edge of a wooded area between the two levels. Parking is aplenty at this peaceful park on North Tollgate Rd.
C. Milton Wright High School 1301 N Fountain Green Rd, Bel Air, MD21015 Located on Route 543 off Route 1, C. Milton Wright High School is the biggest public school in Bel Air. This is one of…More the few in the area that has an indoor track team, in addition to its successful Mustang sports teams. The school is named after a former Harford County Public Schools superintendent and has been educating students for more than 30 years. Former Major League Baseball pitcher Jay Witasick graduated from CMW in 1990.