April 08, 2005

In a news brief in yesterday's National Digest about Congress considering a measure to extend daylight-saving time, the Associated Press reported erroneously that the time change would be extended from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in November. Instead, the measure would cover the period from the first Sunday in March to the last Sunday in November. Daylight-saving time now runs from the first Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October.

An article in the Business section April 1 incorrectly identified the winner of a race to become Baltimore's first modern high-rise: One Charles Center was completed in 1962, preceding the Blaustein Building, which was not completed until 1963.

An article in Tuesday's business section stated that the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees represents about 3,000 health care workers who contract with the state to care for the elderly and disabled in their homes. In fact, the workers are not members of any union, but AFSCME and the Service Employees International Union lobby on their behalf.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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