“People in the News” columns in the Register's print edition Monday and Tuesday failed to include a signature line crediting the source of the information. The column is compiled from Associated Press reports.
An early version of a story on a proposal for a new high school in Clinton incorrectly reported how much the school would cost the average homeowner. First Selectman William Fritz said, as currently projected, the expense of the new school would add 1.8 mills to the tax rate. The project would cost the average homeowner $360 a year.