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A Crime Scenes article published Feb. 18 incorrectly stated that the family of federal fugitive Ioannis Markos Kafouros, who is believed to have fled to Greece after being convicted in Baltimore for illegally transporting goods across state lines, owns a restaurant on Coral Way in Miami. The information, provided by the FBI, was wrong; the fugitive's family does not own a Florida restaurant.
An article in Wednesday's editions on the Columbia Association's budget deliberations incorrectly described preliminary cuts to a $260,000 community grants budget. While the Columbia Festival of the Arts has received annual grants from the community fund, no decisions have been made on what the festival will receive this year. The association has discussed reducing the overall community fund, but decisions on individual recipients are to be made by the association president.
An article about the Class 2A-1A dual meet state wrestling championship in Wednesday's editions contained incorrect information about the match between Bel Air and Glenelg. The score was Bel Air 32, Glenelg 23; and Anton Lawhon of Bel Air defeated Brendan Conway of Glenelg.
The Sun regrets the errors.