Corrections

April 15, 2009

An Associated Press report in Tuesday's paper incorrectly identified a man seeking to unseal certain documents from a closed court case against former state Sen. Thomas Bromwell, who pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy, and his wife, who pleaded guilty to mail fraud. The man's name is William Bond.

The April 9 Garden Question column recommended the wrong herbicide to control Star of Bethlehem. Diligent hand-digging is the most effective way to control this difficult weed.

An article in the April 5 Unisun section incorrectly referred to author Zane as the third African-American woman to make The New York Times best-seller list for fiction. More than three black women writers have appeared on the list.

A Travel section article in the editions of March 1 referred imprecisely to the area of Galilee in Israel as being in Palestine and described an inn in Pausa as being 60 miles north of the lake. Palestine was a historical term applied after the time of Jesus, and the inn is approximately 35 miles north of the lake.

The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.

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