Corrections and Clarifications

February 01, 2011

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An article in Friday's Live section misstated the date of a Charm City Roller Girls bout. It was held Jan. 29.

An article in Friday's editions on the theft of artwork from the Towson ARTS Collective on York Road did not mention that a key was required to enter a shared common space with the Greene Turtle bar. The head of the collective said it is not possible for someone to wander into the studio from the restaurant.

An article on city council districts in Monday's editions misstated the fate of Little Italy under the redistricting proposal. Little Italy would remain part of the 1st District.

Jay Hancock's Sunday column incorrectly said that proposed changes to prescription-drug benefits for retired state employees would not immediately apply to retired General Assembly members. In fact, retired legislators participate in benefit programs on the same terms as other retired employees, said Bonnie Kirkland, assistant attorney general for the General Assembly.

An article in Tuesday's editions on ice storm preparations stated that Robert Rowan, the University of Maryland, Baltimore's associate vice president for facilities, decides whether to close in inclement weather. The ultimate responsibility lies with the university's president.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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