March 03, 2006

An article in yesterday's Maryland section about sexual abuse allegations against two Catholic school teachers incorrectly suggested that the Archdiocese of Baltimore did not immediately contact city prosecutors upon learning of the allegations. A spokesman for the archdiocese says representatives of the state's attorney's office were called within 24 hours. Also, statements about counseling services and school meetings were incorrectly attributed to state's attorney's spokesman Joseph Sviatko. The statements should have been attributed to archdiocesan spokesman Sean T. Caine.

A brief item in the Maryland section of yesterday's editions of The Sun included an inaccurate figure for the revenue generated by the Brooklandville post office. The post office, in Green Spring Station, brings in nearly $1 million in revenue each year, according to a statement from Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger's office.

The athletic director at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore was misidentified in an article in the Sports section yesterday. The acting director of athletics is Keith Davidson.

A Baltimore Police Department official was incorrectly identified in an article in some Wednesday editions about a weekend attack against a Sun reporter. The official's name is Col. Fred H. Bealefeld III, chief of detectives.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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