Monday, January 26, 2015

Wrong number

A story in Saturday’s (Jan. 24) edition of the Register on proposed state budget rescissions incorrectly reported the cuts to the Office of Government Accountability.  The proposed cut is $65,000.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Numbers wrong

As the result of updated information, a story on suicide in Sunday's Register should have included Connecticut's a suicide rate of 10.25 per 100,000 population, which is below the national average, and its total of suicides in 2013, 333.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Eatery opening in Klarides Village

A headline on an earlier version of a story about a new restaurant in Seymour incorrectly reported the shopping center in which it is located. A 92-seat restaurant and pub called American Pie and Pub is slated to open in Klarides Village, not Tri-Town Plaza.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Pet store named errouneously

Due to incorrect information provided by the United States Humane Society Connecticut division a story in the Dec. 27 edition of the New Haven Register incorrectly reported that a Connecticut pet business had dealt with a vendor that incurred four USDA violations.
The Dog House in Manchester had not done business with the vendor named by the Humane Society.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Name correction

 A story on a development on the Guilford site known as the “Rock Pile” used the previous name of the company now known DDR Corp.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Avid reader

Correction: An earlier version of story about the Passport to Connecticut Libraries contest misspelled the last name of Bonnie Osborne, as well as her daughter Lea’s first name. Osborne says she visited all 87 participating libraries in the state.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Two wrong names

A story on Connecticut’s African-American community wanting to be included in the crafting of a model policy that will establish new standards for the state’s police departments for taking complaints of misconduct by officers has been updated to reflect the correct name of the agency: Connecticut African-American Affairs Commission and to correct the spelling of Eric Garner's name.