Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Wrong day for Allingtown Music Festival
The first Allingtown Music Festival in West Haven will take place Sunday, Sept. 20, not Saturday as was initially reported online.
Monday, September 15, 2014
No assault allegation
Correction: A story published Friday
incorrectly reported that Harold Trent Butler, 44, of State Street, North Haven, allegedly assaulted his ex-girlfriend. While he was accused of breaking into her Hamden home, and faces other charges, he was not accused of assault.
Friday, September 5, 2014
Name spelled incorrectly
A story in Friday’s edition
of the New Haven Register had the incorrect spelling of the name of the author
of the book, “Orange is the New Black,” which is the basis for a Netflix series
that details her experience at the federal prison Danbury.. She is Piper
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Wrong person identified
CORRECTION: Our report "Komisarjevsky lawyers seek new trial in Cheshire homicides"
has been updated
to say Komisarjevsky and Hayes ran out of the house and shortly thereafter encountered a police roadblock. We included an incorrect name initially, omitting Hayes, and we regret the error.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
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.