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The lottery results in yesterday's editions of The Sun incorrectly listed the date of the next MegaMillions drawing. The numbers will be drawn tonight.

An article in Wednesday's editions about Anne Arundel County's resuming testing of wells near Fort Meade mischaracterized the nature of the dispute between the Pentagon and the Environmental Protection Agency. The dispute involves the cleanup of contaminated groundwater, but officials from the Pentagon and the EPA have said that there is no danger to the drinking water at the post.

An article in Wednesday's editions about a Brooklyn Park man's being placed on probation over a fourth-degree sexual offense misspelled the man's name and incorrectly stated the original charge filed against him. Paul Justin Kratsas was originally charged with attempted second-degree rape. He entered an Alford plea, in which a defendant does not admit guilt but acknowledges the existence of evidence sufficient for a conviction, his defense lawyer said. The article also incorrectly stated the location of the incident, which, the lawyer said, took place at the man's sister's house.

An item in yesterday's LIVE section incorrectly listed the time and cost of the Dundalk Heritage Association's Independence Day Parade. It begins at 8 a.m. and is free.

A photo caption in a HealthToday article about mercury-based dental fillings yesterday incorrectly stated the length of time Dr. Michael Baylin has been practicing in Pikesville. He has been there 33 years.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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