March 15, 2005

Yesterday's Kevin Cowherd column in the Today section misidentified the song performed by Ozzy Osborne at a Chicago Cubs game in 2003. It was "Take Me Out to the Ballgame."

Articles Saturday and Sunday about Brian Nichols, a former Baltimore man who is accused of killing three people in a rampage in Atlanta last week, incorrectly stated that he had graduated from Baltimore's Cardinal Gibbons School. Nichols attended the school in 1987 and 1988 but did not graduate, according to the school.

An article in Saturday's Sun about the career of Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes erroneously described the stage of his career when the Watergate scandal broke. It was during Sarbanes' freshman term in the House of Representatives, not his freshman year.

Articles in the March 6 and March 10 editions about the deaths of two Baltimore County children, Roy Lechner Jr. and Donald Wayne Lechner, incorrectly reported that a fire last year destroyed an Essex home in which the family then lived. Serious damage was confined to a second-floor bedroom in the house, according to an investigative report.

Because of incorrect information provided by the Crabtown Project, an artist was misidentified in a story March 8 about the public art project to benefit Baltimore schools. The artist whose design, "Famous Baltimore/Great O's," was among those that have been accepted to decorate fiberglass crab sculptures is Kevin Richardson.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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