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An item in yesterday's Sports section gave the incorrect day and time for a book signing by Jim McKay at the Sports Legends Museum. The event takes place today at 1 p.m.
Because of incorrect information provided by Baltimore police, an item in the Feb. 10 Police Blotter incorrectly identified the city agency where Eric Barksdale is employed. He works for the Department of Transportation.
A brief in Wednesday's Business section about Indiana-based Bioanalytical Systems Inc.'s plans to close a laboratory in its Baltimore Clinical Research Unit incorrectly reported the number of area jobs that would be lost. About 15 Baltimore positions will be cut, with another 10 positions eliminated from other areas, including the United Kingdom.
An article in Thursday's Sports section gave the wrong age at which golfer Morgan Pressel competed in the 2001 U.S. Women's Open. She was 13.
The Sun regrets the errors.