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A Business Digest item yesterday should have made clear that the General Motors transmission plant in White Marsh is part of GM Powertrain, not Allison Transmission, and would not be part of an Allison sale.
An article in the Maryland section yesterday about a fatal house fire in the 2600 block of Ridgely St. misidentified the city neighborhood. The house is in Mount Winans.
An article in yesterday's Maryland section incorrectly stated that the 7 Card Pub in eastern Baltimore County had been shut down by police after they arrested a drug suspect during a poker match. Police said the bar was closed for about an hour during their investigation.
A headline in the Maryland section yesterday erroneously referred to "Anchors Aweigh" as having been written in 1907. The song was written in 1906 for the 1907 Naval Academy graduating class.
The Sun regrets the errors.