July 18, 1998
A headline in Thursday's Letters to the Editor incorrectly stated that Louis Goldstein served in the Army. He was in the Marines during World War II.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 7/18/98
April 20, 1997
Jean Peters Pilch: A photograph that appeared with the obituary of Jean Peters Pilch in the first edition of The Sun today was incorrect.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 4/20/97
November 29, 1993
Because of a computer error, the attendance for Saturday's Towson State-Connecticut basketball game in Hershey, Pa., was incorrect in yesterday's editions. The correct attendance was 2,410.The Sun regrets the error.
May 5, 1995
Jean Bailey DillerWeathertech founderIn an obituary published yesterday the name of the company that Jean Bailey Diller helped establish was incorrectly stated. The name of the company is Weathertech Inc.The Sun regrets the error.
July 19, 1995
An item in Monday's Business section contained incorrect dates for the Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies. The convention will be held Aug. 20-23 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Baltimore.The Sun regrets the error.
April 16, 1997
A story in yesterday's Today section misidentified a Baltimore golf course. The northeast Baltimore course is the Clifton Park Golf Course.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 4/16/97
December 5, 1994
In some editions yesterday, a photograph of Larry Gibson, the political adviser for Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke, was published inadvertently and misidentified as NAACP board Chairman William T. Gibson.The Sun regrets the error.
February 6, 1994
The correct telephone number to inquire about the Walt Disney's World on Ice show at the Baltimore Arena is 481-SEAT. Friday's Around the Inner Harbor column reported the number incorrectly.The Sun regrets the error.
March 26, 1995
Because of an editing error, an article in Friday's Howard County section of The Sun misidentified the gender of one of the victims in a fatal accident. The victim, Shawn E. Garrabrant, was a woman.The Sun regrets the error.
November 24, 1994
In Tuesday's editions of The Sun, an article on the history of Gypsies in Baltimore incorrectly implied that fortune-telling is part of Eastern Orthodox Christianity.* The Sun regrets the error.