Saturday, August 16, 2014

Settlement clarified

Correction: Earlier versions of a stories on Boris Mizhen of Guilford did not make clear that Mizhen was not required to pay the full $32.7 million judgment in a case involving the state Attorney General's Office and the Federal Trade Commission. The judgment was suspended. His spouse, Angelina Strano, was named only as a “relief defendant.”  She was not accused of wrongdoing.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Wrong number for charity group

Helping Hands Thrift Store and Furniture Bank after a three-alarm fire Sunday ravaged its warehouse in West Haven. A story about the fire misstated the number people can call to schedule a pickup of large items, such as furniture. The correct number is 203-782-4800. 

Friday, August 1, 2014

Price check on upcoming trip

A brief published in Friday's paper incorrectly listed the price for a Rhine River cruise sponsored by the Seymour Recreation Department. It said rates for a couple started at $3,799, but that is per person. The department says all available spots have now been filled.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Incorrect year in 'Today in History' highlight

Thursday's "Today in History" highlight incorrectly reported the year Tennessee became the first state to be readmitted to the Union after the Civil War. The year was 1866, not 1974.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Artist's name misspelled

A earlier version of a story published Sunday on a Hamden man selling paintings by his late friend in order to help the friend's widow misspelled artist Peter Lanouette’s last name. Also, the correct phone number for Don Werner is 203-848-4537.

Not an alder yet

A story that updated the work at New Haven's Whitney Avenue and Audubon street incorrectly noted that Doug Hausladen was an alder when he did the Complete Streets application. Hausladen later became an alder.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

No paid family leave

An online story on the best states in the country for women to live and work, initially incorrectly reported that a law had passed on family leave. It was updated to reflect state lawmakers have studied the issue of paid family leave in Connecticut