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An article in yesterday's Maryland section incorrectly reported the status and location of road access points referred to in a lawsuit against the developer of Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole. A service road that connects to Marc Bowen Quality Service runs parallel to Solomons Island Road and remains open.

The plaintiff, Bowen, alleges in court documents that the developer is seeking to close the service road in October. A separate road that looped around the service station was blocked in May because of construction related to the town center, according to court documents.

An article in Thursday's Sun on efforts to identify the origin of a tombstone found along a road in Owings Mills included an incorrect title for Carol Porter, who is an assistant librarian for the Baltimore County Genealogical Society. The article also included an incorrect e-mail address for the Reisterstown Library. The correct address is

An article in Wednesday's editions about the start of a trial in a Pikesville methadone clinic's lawsuit against Baltimore County gave the incorrect name for a lawyer in the case. Paul M. Mayhew, an assistant county attorney, delivered the opening statement on behalf of the county and its officials.

An article in yesterday's Health & Science section about planning for a major Northeast hurricane incorrectly described Lloyd's America's preparations. The reinsurance firm is prepared to handle its share of a $65 billion industry loss, not the full amount. Also, Lloyd's reference to $7 trillion in insured property value referred to all U.S. coastal regions, not just the Northeast.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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