Monday, July 18, 2016

Status of case was wrong

A story in Saturday’s Register on the West Haven Housing Authority bribery case incorrectly reported the status of one of the co-defendants. Ceasar Anquillare died in May.

Friday, July 15, 2016

100 years makes a difference

A story in Tuesday's Register about architecture on the New Haven Green gave an incorrect date for the erection of the Bennett Memorial Fountain. It was built in 1907, not 1807.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Heard wrong

A story in Wednesday’s Register incorrectly reported that defendant Jeffrey Covington said in a phone call recorded from jail: "We pop him." He actually said, "We poppin,'" which is slang for "We're famous."

Entrepreneurial not Enterprise

A story in Tuesday's Register about the Connecticut Bail Fund incorrectly identified  another organization. The organization is the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute.

Appointment snafu

A story in Wednesday’s Register incorrectly reported the method New Haven residents must use to secure pickup of bulk trash. Residents must go to the Department of Public Works at  34 Middletown Avenue and make an appointment in person. They also must bring a valid ID that shows a New Haven address on it.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Wrong size

A story in the Tuesday’s Register incorrectly reported the size of the Mondo Ponds Nature Preserve in Milford.  It is about 36 acres and has about 1 mile of trails.

Name misspelled

A story in Saturday’s edition about a redo ceremony held at City Hall for James Hillhouse High School graduates misspelled Rosemary Garrett’s name.

Friday, July 8, 2016

Numbers did not add up

A story in Friday's  New Haven Register misstated the number of students enrolled at Southern Connecticut State University. There are about 8,100 undergraduates and 10,473 students, including graduate students, at Southern