Thursday, January 24, 2013

Bridge money going to DOT, not to town

In the story “Haddam to get $2.55M for Route 9 bridge” it was incorrectly said that Haddam will get the money. While the Route 9 bridge is in Haddam, the money will go to the state Department of Transportation so it can repair the bridge, which is part of a state highway.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Suspect from New Britain, not Cromwell

The headline of the article "New Britain woman accused of stealing credit cards from friend in Cromwell" has been corrected to indicate that the suspect is from New Britain, not Cromwell. The incident happened in Cromwell.

Cromwell man should be Middletown man

The headline for the article "Police: Middletown man racks up $1,000 in auto parts on someone else's credit card" originally incorrectly said "Cromwell man." This has been corrected to reflect that the suspect was from Middletown, but the incident happened in Cromwell.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

East Hampton Senior Center open regular hours

A press release sent to the Press this week indicated that the East Hampton Senior Center would be closed for two weeks in January to move into a new building. However, the press release was from January 2012 and was mistakenly sent out again. The East Hampton Senior Center will be open regular hours during January.

Region 4 school district includes more students

Region 4 superintendent Ruth Levy oversees 2,139 students, not less than 1,000 students as previously reported in the story "Middletown superintendent among highest paid in Connecticut for district size." The Region 4 school district includes Chester, Deep River, Essex and Region 4. The district size was also incorrectly reported as 949 students in a graphic in the Middletown edition of the New Haven Register published on Dec. 30 and in our online interactive database.