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June 22, 2003
The byline of Tawanda W. Johnson, a contributing writer, was inadvertently omitted from an article about Dundalk in the June 15 real estate section.
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By Charlie Vascellaro | April 22, 2013
Like most films depicting historic accounts of real-life events, the bio-epic "42" carries the immediate disclaimer that it is based on a true story, leaving room for interpretive analysis and creative license. Consequently, dramatic interpretations are by their nature subject to scrutiny and debate. While the film sticks close to the well-chronicled historic record regarding Jackie Robinson's unique place in time as the first African American to play in the major leagues, its sins are mostly of omission.
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BUSINESS
April 21, 1993
Because of a computer error, some stock listings in the NASDAQ National Market table have been omitted. The Sun regrets the inconvenience.
NEWS
November 28, 2011
Apparently all the " talking back" I've done in past years has been of little consequence. Could The Sun be any more obvious in their partisan reporting of insider trading perpetrated by members of Congress ("Keeping Congress clean," Nov. 28)? The Sun mentioned one congressman, Republican Rep. Spencer Bachus, as benefiting from insider information and noted that he "pocketed a tidy $5,000 profit" when he sold his options. Well, thanks, Sun, for the best laugh of the day. You conveniently "forgot" to mention any Democrats, and especially former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who apparently garnered many, many more dollars than Mr. Bachus did from insider trading.
TOPIC
October 27, 2002
To accommodate a fuller report on the two candidates for governor in next week's election, The Week That Was review is omitted this Sunday.
NEWS
October 8, 1994
The obituary yesterday for former state legislator F. Troy Brailey omitted his son, Norman, from Mr. Brailey's survivors.+ The Sun regrets the errors.
NEWS
November 15, 1995
Mary Grace Booker: In an obituary published Saturday, the first name of Mary Grace Booker, widow of Karl L. Booker, was omitted. Also omitted was the name of Mr. Booker's father, John L. Booker, a survivor. The Sun regrets the errors.
NEWS
July 1, 1995
An article in the Business section June 28 omitted the name of one of the sponsors of this year's Entrepreneurs of the Year awards in Maryland. Ernst & Young is a national sponsor of the program.The Sun regrets the errors.
BUSINESS
May 5, 1998
The interest rate chart that normally appears on Monday was omitted yesterday because of production problems. It appears today on Page 2C.Pub Date: 5/05/98
NEWS
August 25, 1998
ClarificationA box Sunday omitted the name of a Democratic candidate for governor, Eileen M. Rehrmann. Though she has suspended her campaign, her name remains on the Sept. 15 ballot.Pub Date: 8/25/98
SPORTS
By George Diaz, Tribune Newspapers | April 27, 2011
Twenty-one committee members have a voice regarding who gets into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. It should be considered a privilege, not some willy-nilly, fill-in-the-blanks homework assignment. Because taking the lazy, noncommittal approach is the only way to explain why Rusty Wallace and Wendell Scott aren't among the 25 nominees for the third Hall of Fame class. Wallace has 55 Cup victories and 349 top-10 finishes. He won a championship in 1989 and was named one of NASCAR's 50 greatest drivers in 1998.
NEWS
October 18, 2010
Dan Rodricks commentary, "Pro-immigrant is pro-business" (Oct. 17) should have been, "Pro-legal immigrant is pro-business. " Mr. Rodricks' article was in rebuttal to Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s comments during his recent debate. In quoting Mr. Ehrlich several times, Mr. Rodricks, in his quest to undermine and misconstrue, conveniently omitted the word "illegal" when referring to "immigrants. " Apparently, Mr. Rodricks agrees with Gov. Martin O'Malley that "illegal" immigrants should be called "new Americans.
NEWS
April 8, 2010
RICHMOND, Va. - Gov. Bob McDonnell on Wednesday conceded a "major omission" for not noting slavery in declaring April Confederate History Month in Virginia. As part of his apology, McDonnell inserted into the proclamation a paragraph condemning slavery as "evil and inhumane" and blaming it as the cause of the Civil War. In a 400-word statement his office issued, McDonnell said the failure to include a slavery reference was a mistake. On Tuesday, McDonnell said in a telephone news conference that he wasn't focused on slavery in drafting the decree but on Civil War history.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SUSAN REIMER | November 5, 2009
This weekend, when you are planting your tulip bulbs and your daffodil bulbs and your crocus bulbs, think about planting a few garlic bulbs. Yep. Garlic. The planting season for garlic starts now in our Mid-Atlantic zone, just when you might be putting the rest of your garden to bed for the winter, and it extends until Thanksgiving. The bulbs will send down roots now and use winter's dormancy to develop. Then they send up shoots in the spring, so that mixing them in your perennial bed is a good idea.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | April 22, 2007
With Harford County prosecutors expected to wrap up their case tomorrow against a 35-year-old laborer accused of killing an Elkton woman, it appears that a key piece of evidence will not be introduced to jurors. In motions hearings this month, prosecutors said they had recovered Lillian Abramowciz Phelps' blood from the underside of Charles Eugene Burns' Dodge Neon, as well as a strand of hair that had been caught near the wheel. Though the strand appeared to be the same color as Phelps' bleached-blond hair, no DNA test was conducted to determine from whom the hair came.
NEWS
By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,sun reporter | April 13, 2007
A 61-year-old retiree has accused an undercover Howard County police officer of lying in a report after he said the officer stuck a gun in the his face and ordered him onto the ground on the parking lot of an Elkridge grocery store. The officer, Pfc. Christopher Williams, said in a field contact report filed the day of the incident that he had been staking out a nearby bank for a wanted robber when a Dodge Dakota pickup truck entered the parking lot. Williams said that he entered the truck's license plate number incorrectly into his laptop computer, which listed a truck with those tag numbers as stolen.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | February 1, 2007
Martin O'Malley mentioned Baltimore one time in his sleepy little State of the State speech yesterday in Annapolis. Geezy-peezy. For a guy who thinks the state of Maryland is strong (the second-wealthiest state in the nation) but "not as strong as we should be," he might have mentioned one of the main reasons why -- the city he just served as mayor for seven years. OK, six. He really spent the last year campaigning for governor, with his adopted hometown clearly in the rearview mirror for much of that time.
NEWS
August 30, 2006
On Sunday, The Sun profiled the top two Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate with articles beginning on the front page and continuing for another entire page in the middle of the section ("Same race, different starting points," Aug. 27). I began reading with interest but was disappointed by the end. The candidates' lives were profiled in depth. However, the reporting on their stands on the issues was limited to a few lines, and information on environmental issues was missing. The Sun's profiles also failed to report on the biggest issue of our time and a defining problem for generations to come: How will the federal government address global warming?
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