Corrections

September 21, 2006

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An article yesterday incorrectly stated the residency requirement for candidates for Ocean City mayor. Candidates must be full-time residents of Ocean City and have lived there four months prior to filing their candidacy.

An article about bedbugs in Friday's Health & Science section incorrectly attributed a quotation to Christine Garcia, manager of residential facilities at the University of Maryland, College Park. The quotation should have been attributed to David Hawley, a manager for Capstone Development Corp., a private contractor that owns and manages dormitories on the College Park campus.

An article in the A&E Today section Sunday incorrectly described the French painter Henri Matisse. He was a Post-Impressionist or Fauvist.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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