Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Weller Funeral Home still serving community

A nostalgia column published Monday about establishments no longer a part of New Haven incorrectly referenced Weller Funeral Home. Weller continues to serve the community at 493 Whitney Ave.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Incorrect date

Correction: A recent post listed an incorrect date for Youth Day at Yale Bowl, which was held on Sept. 20.  We apologize for any inconvenience this error may have caused. 

Monday, September 22, 2014

No ruling yet

A story Aug. 25 incorrectly reported that a federal judge ruled that the two men awaiting trial in the 2006 arson murder of Branford mother Kathy Hardy would be banned from knowing the names of key non-law enforcement witnesses, in part to ensure the safety of those witnesses. Prosecutors are seeking such a ban, but the judge in the case has not yet ruled.

Wrong name for group

A story about New Haven's gay pride weekend misidentified the name of a group at Western Connecticut State University that brings together lesbian, gay, bisexaual, transsexual, queer, questioning and intersex people and their allies to promote tolerance and equality. The group is called Queers and Allies, not Queens and Allies. 

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 Kerman.

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.