Corrections And Clarifications

July 13, 2006

Because of incorrect information supplied to The Sun, a revised obituary on Sidney F. Harrison Jr. appears today on page 6B.

A headline and article in Saturday's editions of The Sun referred erroneously to "justices" of the Maryland Court of Appeals. The members of the state's highest court are judges.

An article Tuesday about Del. Richard S. Madaleno, a Montgomery County Democrat, should have said that he was the first openly gay politician to be elected to the General Assembly as a non-incumbent. Del. Maggie L. McIntosh, a Baltimore Democrat, has been a member of the House of Delegates since 1992 and was re-elected in 2002, about a year after she acknowledged that she is a lesbian.

An article Friday regarding plans by Harford County to open a magnet high school for homeland security, which county officials believe will be the first of its type in the nation, should have mentioned Baltimore's Homeland Security Academy at the Walbrook high school campus. The academy opened last year and it is accredited by the state to teach law enforcement and emergency response, including computer science and information infrastructure security.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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