52-Week Full Subscription with Electronic-Edition Access or 52-Week Sundays-Only Subscription to “The Capital” (81% Off)


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Paper founded more than a century ago offers local, national, and world news along with sports, entertainment, and business tidings

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  • $40 for home delivery of a daily, 52-week subscription to The Capital and its electronic edition (a $214.64 value)
  • $16 for home delivery of a Sundays-only, 52-week subscription to The Capital (an $82.68 value)

"The Capital"

In 1884, when many of the western states of the United States were still being created and Jack the Ripper was at large in London, the founders of The Evening Capital decided to bring stories from the world to residents of Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and Kent Island. With a reputation established over the course of more than a century, the paper, now known as The Capital, focuses on local and regional news but still brims with the same world news as well as pieces on sports and entertainment. Subscribers find recipes and information about local events in the lifestyle section after grabbing the paper from the lawn or downloading the digital edition from the Internet. In the paper’s opinion section, readers share their points of view with the world, discuss issues relevant to their communities, and suggest comical things for Marmaduke to bury.

Customer Reviews

Jennifer W. · January 4, 2013
Check out the food section on Wednesdays and if you like yard sales, check out the yard sales in the paper also.
Christopher R. · January 19, 2016
the billing department just can't get it together. I bought a groupon as a gift to my parents and I have had to call them every month because they have stopped their paper due to non payment even though they are good for 6 month gift. I have had to explain this every month to them to get them to do things right.
Stephanie N. · August 12, 2015

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