An article in Saturday's editions misstated one possible effect of proposed Baltimore City Council legislation to extend the time between foreclosure and eviction. Should the bill pass, a title holder might not have to keep a house habitable, for example by providing heat, water and electricity. However, the title holder would still need to keep the property up to code.
In a chart of the oldest schools in the state that accompanied an article yesterday on Annapolis Elementary School, the former Ridge special-education facility in Baltimore County should not have been listed. The building that housed the school still exists, but it is no longer used as a school.
The Baltimore Sun regrets the errors.