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  • Ted Levitt announces he's sold Chick and Ruth's in Annapolis

    Ted Levitt announces he's sold Chick and Ruth's in Annapolis

    An Annapolis landmark for more than 50 years has a new owner. Ted Levitt, owner of Chick n' Ruth’s on Main Street, announced on his personal Facebook page at 8 p.m. Monday that he has sold the business started by his parents. “After 52 years of working in my family business I thought it would be...

  • SHA starts work on Severn River Bridge Monday night

    SHA starts work on Severn River Bridge Monday night

    State Highway Administration contractors will start work Monday night on a $22.8 million project that will add a seventh lane to the Severn River Bridge. The SHA will shift lanes at 7 p.m. on the Route 50 bridge over the Severn River as part of the work to create a seventh lane. The eastbound span...

  • The Annapolis primary election: How, where and when to vote

    The Annapolis primary election: How, where and when to vote

    As primary campaigning wound down and voting booths went up Tuesday, the Democratic voters of Annapolis found a last-minute appeal waiting in their mailboxes. The Annapolis Republican Central Committee distributed fliers to Democratic primary voters Monday in an attempt to target Democratic candidates...

  • Candidates in Annapolis elections have a history of immigration, contract and tax issues

    Candidates in Annapolis elections have a history of immigration, contract and tax issues

    Democratic candidate Gavin Buckley violated immigration law when he overstayed his temporary visa after coming to the United States between 1984 and 1985, he told editors and reporters at The Capital on Thursday. He offered the information when asked about Annapolis’ position as a potential sanctuary...

  • Water, sewer fees increase 4.5 percent

    Water, sewer fees increase 4.5 percent

    Annapolis residents pay 4.5 percent more for water and sewer services, as of the August billing cycle. The change comes at the recommendation of a utility rate study examining the revenue the city generates from fees for water and sewer services. The study, an annual effort completed this year...

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