Monday, September 24, 2012

Best laid plans...

A story in Monday’s edition of the New Haven Register on the proposed Chapel West apartments at Chapel and Howe streets stated that the plan had the support of the New Haven Preservation Trust, according to city development officials.
But John Herzan, preservation services officer, said Monday that, “The New Haven Preservation Trust has not taken a position in support of the proposed development at Chapel and Howe Streets.”

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Correction: World Trade Center attack

A story Tuesday incorrectly referred to the attack on the World Trade Center as a bombing.

That's billion, with a 'b'

A story published Monday contained incorrect dollar figures for two proposals for new high-speed rail service in Amtrak's Northeast Corridor. Amtrak's "NextGen High-Speed Rail Alignment" would cost $151 billion to build, and the University of Pennsylvania's high-speed rail design studio's plan would cost about $100 billion.

Incorrect mugshot in Shelton arrest

The initial version of a story Tuesday about an Ansonia man accused in a robbery attempt in Shelton included an incorrect mugshot supplied by police. The original photo was not of the accused, Slawomir Kret, 27, of 13 Nichols St., Ansonia, according to police. The story now includes the correct photo, which is also seen above.

Monday, September 10, 2012

We dropped the ball

The caption on a photo in Monday’s edition of the New Haven Register incorrectly named one of the Hamden--Whitney Tech football captains. They are Pha’Rod Goodjohn (#57), Anthony Turner (#10) and Elliot Darden (65).

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

A recipe for a wrong name

The information on a photo with a story on the New Haven Community Soup Kitchen in Tuesday’s edition of the New Haven Register incorrectly identified the person on the left in the image.
He is Chris Vigilante, owner of Christopher Martins in New Haven.