October 14, 2007

The Sun is committed to providing fair and accurate coverage. Readers who have concerns or comments are encouraged to call Paul Moore, the newspaper's public editor. He can be reached at 410-332-6364 or toll free at 1-800-829-8000, ext 6364, or by e-mail at

A headline on Page 2B of yerterday's editions of The Sun should have referred to the Alcazar Ballroom, not the Alcatraz Ballroom.

An article on the front page of Monday's editions about the legacy of the late Maj. Doug Zembiec incorrectly stated the first name of his mentor, Col. John Ripley, and also incorrectly stated the date of the Marine Corps marathon. It will take place Oct. 28.

An article on the front page of Friday's editions about a twice-convicted sex offender now accused of raping a woman in Linthicum incorrectly identified the agency that oversees light-rail service. It is the Maryland Transit Administration.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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