February 26, 1995
Sparrows Point wrestler Tom Free, formerly of Edgewood, was incorrectly identified in this photo, which appeared in Last Sunday's editions.
February 14, 1995
In Sunday's Maryland section of The Sun, an article about a bill before the General Assembly on school bus safety in Baltimore incorrectly identified Renee Appel and her son, B. J. Appel. Her son's school also was incorrectly identified. He attends the Hamilton Elementary/Middle School.The Sun regrets the errors.
February 4, 1995
A Business section article in some editions of The Sun yesterday incorrectly identified the employer of financial analyst Kenneth M. Gassman. Mr. Gassman works for Davenport & Co. in Richmond, Va.The Sun regrets the error.
December 29, 1994
In Monday's Today section, Frank Kent (above) was incorrectly identified in a photo caption.* The Sun regrets the error.
November 8, 1994
On the editorial page in Sunday's editions of The Sun, Peter J. Basilone, running for register of wills in Baltimore County, was incorrectly identified in the list of endorsements as a Republican. Mr. Basilone is the Democratic candidate in the race.The Sun regrets the errors.
November 8, 1994
Ken Hobart, a creative director with the Becker Group, was incorrectly identified in Sunday's Distinction magazine.The Sun regrets the errors.
October 5, 1994
A photograph in the Business section yesterday incorrectly identified the two founders of Giant Food Inc. Nehemiah M. Cohen was pictured on the right, and Samuel Lehrman was on the left.The Sun regrets the errors.
September 28, 1994
In an article Sunday on academies in Baltimore County, the principal of Johnnycake Middle School was incorrectly identified. The principal's name is Darryl Bonds.+ The Sun regrets the errors.
September 16, 1994
Holly Colajezzi (above) was incorrectly identified in a photo that appeared in Thursday's editions of The Sun and TheEvening Sun.
September 7, 1994
An editorial Sunday incorrectly identified a candidate for lieutenant governor, Paul H. Rappaport. He is a former chief of police in Howard County, where he served for 8 1/2 years.The Sun regrets the errors.