An article in yesterday's Sun misstated which groups of students in Howard County scored at least 70 percent proficient in reading on the Maryland School Assessments. For the first time in the system's history, every student subgroup within the fourth grade met that standard.
Hoegh Autoliners was identified by its former name, Hual North America, in a Page 1A article yesterday about the resignation of the port of Baltimore's chief.
Vertis Inc. had $1.47 billion in revenue for 2006. A chart in Tuesday's Business section incorrectly stated that number as being in the millions.
An incorrect phone number accompanied a listing in yesterday's Live section for the Penn-Mar Irish Festival. The correct number is 410-343-1069.
An article in the Maryland section Wednesday misstated the number of students enrolled in dance classes and programs through Towson University's Children's Dance Division. There are up to 600 children involved in the program, said Priscilla Connolly, assistant to the division's director. Incorrect information was provided by a university official.
The headline on an article about Kellogg Co. in yesterday's Business section should have emphasized that Kellogg has agreed as a result of a threatened lawsuit to phase out advertising of its products to children younger than 12 unless the foods meet specific nutritional guidelines.
The Sun regrets the errors.