February 02, 2005

A column in yesterday's Today section implied that the National Football League would never return the Super Bowl to Detroit. The football championship is scheduled to return to the city next year.

An article in yesterday's editions of The Sun misstated when Arthur Jones, editor-at-large of the National Catholic Reporter, will speak at the Light Street branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. He will speak tomorrow at 6:30 p.m.

An article yesterday incorrectly stated Alan R. Friedman's title. He is a policy adviser for Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

An article in Saturday's business section about Constellation Energy Group should have said its customers include 65 Fortune 100 companies, not Fortune 500 companies.

An article Sunday about a court case involving the Harford County sheriff's office erroneously stated that Deputy Edward J. Keplin was accused of hitting a female deputy with his nightstick. Keplin was accused of hitting her with a stick, not with his nightstick, according to court documents. Also, the article cited a letter written by Keplin's attorney to the female deputy. The article should have clarified that the letter was written by a separate attorney of Keplin's, not the attorney named in the article, J. Paul Krawczyk Jr.

An article in Dec. 16 editions of The Sun misidentified the funding source for a program that helps public housing residents combat heart disease. The program is funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health and administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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