Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Numbers did not add up

A story on the Affordable Care Act and the pending U.S. Supreme Court ruling contained incorrect information. It should have said:
Nearly 74 percent (74,682) of the 101,294 people who purchased commercial health insurance plans through Access Health CT (AHCT) received premium tax credits, as of June 2015. Connecticut is among the 16 states – along with the District of Columbia – that established their own state-based marketplaces through the health law. 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Wrong information provided

Due incorrect information provided to the Register, a story in Tuesday's edition reported the wrong information for a car dealership that gave a year's worth of van payments for a family in West Haven with financial struggles, due to the illness of their daughter, Eva Grace Kelly. It was Key Hyundai of Milford, through dealership owner Jill Merriam who made the payments for the family.


Friday, June 5, 2015

Wrong name

A story in Friday’s edition of the Register incorrectly reported the name of the executive director of New Haven Works. she is Mary Reynolds.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

When the number of 0s make a big difference


A story in Wednesday's New Haven Register misstated the number of fatalities on Connecticut's rural roads. It is 3.79 per 100 million miles, not 3.79 per 100,000.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Misspelled


A story in the Wednesday edition of the Register misspelled the last name of East Haven Board of Education member Louis Pacelli.

Monday, May 11, 2015

Correction

In a May 5 story about an O&G worker dying in a construction accident in New Haven, the number of workers killed in the 2010 Kleen Energy explosion in Middletown should have been six, not five. One worker died afterward as a result of the accident.

Friday, May 8, 2015

First name spelled incorrectly

The first name of Tirrell Drew was misspelled in stories May 6 and May 4 about the homicide trial of Ricardo Myers, who is accused of shooting Drew to death in 2013.