A writer's note on Page 2E of the Sports section today explains use of a term in an opinion article that ran in some editions Saturday. The term is offensive and never should have been published.
An article in yesterday's Sun misstated John Edwards' 2002 Senate vote on a resolution authorizing President Bush to remove Saddam Hussein by force if necessary. Edwards voted for the resolution and now says that his vote was "wrong."
In an article in yesterday's editions about the restoration of commercial buildings in Cambridge, the name of Eastern Shore building contractor Victor MacSorley was misspelled.
An article in Saturday's newspaper incorrectly identified Bismarck as a city in South Dakota. It is the capital of North Dakota.
An article in Friday's Maryland section misstated who will chair a new governing board overseeing five city schools to be operated in partnership with Towson University. The board will be co-chaired by Linda Chinnia, the city school system's chief academic officer, and Raymond Lorion, dean of Towson's College of Education.
The May 29 Police Blotter column incorrecty reported that a man charged with stealing athletic shoes from a vendor at the Plaza Flea Market was a flea market employee.
The Sun regrets the errors.