July 16, 2009

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A story Wednesday on the closing of Towson Catholic High School indicated that the Towson Catholic Alumni Association had filed suit against the school's parish and pastor. In fact, two parents, Lois Windsor and Judy Messina, are the plaintiffs of the suit, and the alumni association has helped organize and pay for it. Also, the story should have said an employee of the Knights of Columbus offered the pastor of Immaculate Conception parish an application for a low-interest loan to make repairs to the school building.

A story on Page 14A of Wednesday's editions misstated information about Baltimore business owner Chris Bready's personal property tax bill. A bill issued on June 24, 2009, included a penalty of $34.90 if the full amount was paid by June 30, 2009.

The Sun regrets the error.

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