October 8, 1994
In an article Thursday about the B&B Hairdressing Awards, Imagine Salon was incorrectly identified. The Sun regrets the errors.
August 16, 2011
My congratulations on your Sunday article ("Small towns, big love") about some of Maryland's small towns. It was a great article! I would hope you would follow it up with a whole series of articles about Maryland towns. The series could contain a brief summary about the town, followed by a minimum of several paragraphs and photos about each town. I believe this would stir interest in nearby travel locations, fun and inexpensive trips, and increase knowledge about our state. It might even sell more papers!
March 3, 2013
I loved the lengthy article on rising gas prices ("Pumping up the price," Feb. 26). Several years ago, when gas was approaching $2 a gallon, the headlines were screaming how middle America was hocking their wedding rings to be able to put gas in their cars, and what was George W. Bush going to do about it? Yet, now, as the price is approaching $4 a gallon, nowhere in your article was the current president's name mentioned. Why is that? D. Pazourek, Sparks Text NEWS to 70701 to get Baltimore Sun local news text alerts
April 8, 2013
It is with great disappointment that I read The Sun's article on the Maryland State Police's recent "dragnet" targeting trucks in Baltimore ("State police safety dragnet takes 114 trucks off the road," March 28). Maryland Motor Truck Association (MMTA) and its member trucking companies are committed to efforts that improve safety on our state's roadways. We have worked cooperatively with the Maryland State Police as they developed the most extensive state enforcement program for weighing and inspecting trucks in the country, and we have supported expanded use of technology to enhance their enforcement efforts.
May 1, 2004
An article in yesterday's editions of The Sun may have implied that Baltimore's current homicide rate was not being reduced. While the article correctly stated that the 271 homicides recorded in the city in 2003 were the most since 1999, this year's homicide total to date is 84, compared with 93 at the same time last year.
May 13, 1998
A Maryland section article Monday incorrectly spelled the name of a Baltimore police officer whose disciplinary hearing was postponed. Also, the article said Sgt. Louis H. Hopson was convicted in the early 1980s of hitting his wife. In fact, he was convicted of assaulting a former girlfriend.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 5/13/98
March 29, 2012
The Sun's article about Trayvon Martin ("'We are Trayvon,' marchers proclaim," March 27) reflects The Sun's liberal bias. That article had the largest font of any page-one heading, making it the most prominent front-page article. Buried on page eight was an article that addresses the facts of the incident that resulted in Trayvon Martin's death ("Witnesses back Fla. Shooter's account of attack, police say," March 27). The page one article states that "Trayvon was shot by [George]
July 20, 1995
In a front-page article in its June 28 editions, The Sun reported on a study in which the WEFA Group, an economics consultancy, said that Maryland stands to lose about 100,000 jobs over the next 10 years under federal budget-cutting plans now moving through Congress. The Sun has since learned that the study was conducted under contract with a public employees union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. The union's sponsorship of the study should have been made clear in the article.
April 24, 2011
The New York Times admitted today it was fooled by The Onion and ran fake material based on the satirical newspaper's article. In an article published last week called " Tiger Beat: Still Squeaky Clean After All These Years ," the NYT ran a photo of the magazine with a photo of President Barack Obama on the cover. The Times' correction today said: A series of pictures last Sunday of covers of the magazine Tiger Beat, with...
November 6, 1998
A headline yesterday referred to the possibility that Iran could construct a biological warhead. Iraq was the subject of the article. The Sun regrets the error. Pub Date: 11/06/98