The Baltimore Sun

An article in Tuesday's editions of The Sun mischaracterized the responses of state and federal agencies to grievances filed by an Anne Arundel County official who has accused her supervisors of racial and sexual discrimination. Rene C. Swafford has met with representatives from the Maryland Human Relations Commission and the Maryland attorney general's office. She said she has contacted a representative at the U.S. Department of Labor; the federal agency does not discuss its cases.

An article in Tuesday's Maryland section about the sale of a swim club included an incorrect first name of the pastor of Grace Fellowship Church in Timonium. He is Danny O'Brien.

An article in the July 1 Maryland section about an immigration raid on an Annapolis painting company incorrectly reported the date of a congressional measure that criminalized the hiring of illegal immigrants. The reform took effect in 1986.

An article in the June 28 Maryland section incorrectly identified the Bertholf, a national security cutter, as the Coast Guard's largest vessel. According to a Coast Guard spokesman, that distinction belongs to the Healy, which, at 420 feet, is 2 feet longer than the Bertholf.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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