November 22, 2005

In yesterday's Sun, the attendance at Sunday's Ravens game was incorrectly said to be the largest crowd in the city's football history. The Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers game drew 70,601, but the 1924 Army-Navy game at Municipal Stadium attracted a crowd of about 80,000.

A calendar item in the Harford County section on Sunday included an incorrect registration time for the Turkey Trot Family Run and Walk on Thursday in Bel Air. Registration is at 7 a.m. and the race begins at 8:30. For more information on the event, which is put on by the Harford branch of the YMCA of Central Maryland, call Suzanne Green at 410-803-2025, or visit and click on "Events."

An article Saturday about murder charges being brought against a Dundalk woman whose daughter died with toxic levels of methadone in her system included an incorrect reference to when the baby had been born addicted to drugs. The girl was born in July.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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