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.
July 1, 1998
The sign-up deadline for Maryland's prepaid college tuition savings plan is July 31. The Sun incorrectly reported the date in an article in Tuesday's Maryland section.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 7/01/98
July 30, 1997
In Monday's Howard County edition of The Sun, the name of the mother of newborn Michael Chrismer was misspelled. Her name is Diane Patton.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 7/30/97
December 4, 1996
In a story in yesterday's Maryland section, James Piper, the grandfather of Jane Bond, who died Monday in a traffic accident, was incorrectly identified.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 12/04/96
June 30, 1998
A transcription error resulted in the wrong date for President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address in Sunday's editions. The address was delivered Nov. 19, 1863.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 6/30/98
January 18, 1995
A front-page photo caption in some editions of yesterday's Evening Sun incorrectly identified Bruce Kapplin, who was shown assembling a camera stand outside the State House in preparation for inaugural ceremonies.The Evening Sun regrets the error.
June 25, 1995
* Due to a production error last Sunday, some issues of The Sun for Anne Arundel County included a local opinion page that was zoned for the Howard County edition.The Sun regrets the error.
June 2, 1995
A story Wednesday about Alex. Brown Inc.'s planned relocation to Commerce Place incorrectly described one of the building's tenants. Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall is an architectural/engineering firm.The Sun regrets the error.