Saturday, March 8, 2014

Underestimated crowd size

An earlier version of story published Thursday night on a hearing in Hamden regarding tree trimming plans by United Illuminating underestimated the size of the crowd. Hundreds — rather than dozens — attended.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Wrong name corrected

A story online in the Register and in the newspaper incorrectly reported what the judge said Friday at the sentencing of Maurice Beverley. The judge said Beverley, not Kenneth Bagley, was the son of a drug-dependent mother

Monday, February 17, 2014

Langer's Deli staff has received raises

A photo of a waitress at Langer's Deli in Los Angeles ran with a recent story on a lack of raises for America's waiters, barbers and bellhops since 1991. The story did not refer to Langer's, and a spokesman for the deli said:  "All wait staff at Langer’s Deli are long-time union employees and receive living wages and benefits negotiated by the union. While we do not publicly discuss our wages and benefits, the staff has had numerous wage and benefit increases since 1991."

Monday, January 27, 2014

Name spelled incorrectly

A story on Lunarfest in the Monday edition of the New Haven Register incorrectly spelled the name of the person at Yale-China who will have an exhibit of artwork relating to Hong Kong and lead on workshop. his name is Michael Sloan.


Friday, January 17, 2014

Not just Quinnipiac

An early version of  a story published Thursday incorrectly reported that Quinnipiac University is the only college in Hamden. The town is also home to the Paier College of Art.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Primo club comments incorrectly attributed


A story published online late Tuesday and in print Wednesday about the Primo Gentlemen’s Club in New Haven quoted a man who identified himself as club permitee John Kraft. Kraft told the Register Wednesday that he did not speak with a reporter. The Register has since been unable to determine who called a reporter on Tuesday claiming to be Kraft. The story has been removed from the website.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Identities reversed in photo

(Arnold Gold — New Haven Register) Archbishop Henry J. Mansell, center, meets with Doris Kerwin. right, and CNA Coordinator Brenda Cowan-Bogle, far right, at the Connecticut Hospice in Branford on 12/9/2013. At left is Marie-Natalie Carletti.  An early version of this caption, which ran with a story about Mansell's visit, misidentified Kerwin and Cowan-Bogle.