Tuesday, February 2, 2016
The story in the Feb. 2 Press, “Trial nears for Middletown man accused of tossing baby from bridge,” should have indicated that it was written by the Associated Press.
Monday, November 23, 2015
Malloy abbreviation updated
The story, “Holiday on Main parade, tree-lightings launch festive season,” which appeared in the Nov. 23 paper has been updated to reflect the correct spelling of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
Monday, November 16, 2015
Lawsuit status changes, Election Day results clarified
The story, “Firefighter suing department, truck driver,” which ran in the Nov. 5 paper, should have indicated that the suit was withdrawn on Oct. 20.
The story published Nov. 5, “Putting Middletown first,” failed to include Common Councilman and Deputy Mayor Robert Santangelo’s vote total: 4,834. Councilman Carl Chisem’s last name was spelled incorrectly. According to the town clerk, “if Linda Salafia vacates one of the offices to which she was elected, the next highest vote-getter does not assume the seat. I declare a vacancy in the office that was vacated and the common council votes on the replacement.”
Yale-New Haven Toy Drive drop-off location
The story on page 1 ON Nov. 14, “Girl gathering toys for needy kids,” should have indicated that the East Haven drop-off point for toys is at the Irish-American Club.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Photo incorrectly credited
The photographer credit that originally accompanied the story in the July 25 paper, “Dems pick slate,” was incorrectly identified. It was taken by Shawn Beals of the Hartford Courant.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
CORRECTION: Column incorrectly said Eli Broad was never a teacher
The Poor Elijah’s Almanack column "Educator’s Digest: Volume 40" stated
that Eli Broad was never a teacher. According to the communications manager for
the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation,
Mr. Broad was an instructor at the Detroit Institute of Technology in
the 1950s. He taught accounting courses.
Friday, May 29, 2015
Regional District 13 referendum vote number
On May 27's page 2, the story, “Parents rally to pass third budget,” should have indicated that the superintendent’s spending package was originally proposed on Feb. 11 with a 2.96 percent increase and later reduced to 2.21 percent before going to referendum and rejected in May.