Friday, March 20, 2015
In a Friday
story about New Haven's role as an age-friendly city, Alyssa Norwood
should have been identified as project manager for Connecticut’s
Commission on Aging, not DataHaven. Also, the Livable Communities
Initiative is led by the commission, not the Department on Aging.
Friday, March 13, 2015
The designer of the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge was incorrectly named
in a story in the March 8 New Haven Register. It was designed by URS,
since bought by AECOM, not Parsons Brinckerhoff.
Friday, March 6, 2015
Fire hydrant location
A story that appeared online Thursday about a house fire in North Branford
incorrectly stated that the fire at 25 Circle Dr. happened in a part of town where there are no fire hydrants. Fire Chief William Seward III said there are hydrants in the area and that his members had shoveled it out after recent snowfall.
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Buzz Airlines location correction
A story in Thursday’s edition of the Register incorrectly reported the location for the base of Buzz Airlines, the "virtual airline" that Tweed New Haven Regional Airport is negotiating with to run possible regular, scheduled charter service between New Haven and Dulles International Airport. The airline is based in Smyrna, Tenn. Buzz began scheduled service operations under that name on June 12, 2014 but is a trade name of Corporate Flight Management Inc., which has been in the charter business for more than 32 years, said Matt Chaifetz, chief commercial officer for Corporate Flight Management
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Due to an editing mistake, a headline on a story in Sunday's edition
the New Haven Register incorrectly reported the name of the owner of the
Owl Shop in downtown New Haven. Glen Greenberg is the owner.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
A Community page listing incorrectly advertised a Downton Abbey tea for Feb. 18 at James Blackstone Memorial Library in Branford. The event was held Jan. 18.
Friday, January 30, 2015
First name correction
A story in Friday’s edition of the Register on a $6 million state payment to a wrongfully imprisoned man
incorrectly reported the first name of the dean of the University of Connecticut School of Law, who also is the founder of the Connecticut Innocence Fund, He is Timothy S. Fisher.