Corrections and Clarifications
A summary of corrections and clarifications in the Greater Annapolis Patch.
We take transparency seriously. We're committed to accuracy, to acknowledging our mistakes, and to fixing them as quickly as possible. Corrections are made within the story and accompanied by an editor's note in italics at the bottom of the story.
We do our best to get the facts right, but sometimes accidents happens. If you see a factual error, tell us about it and we'll make sure we get it right. We regret the errors.
Here are our recent mistakes:
—Correciton: An article from Feb. 21, "Restaurant Week Kicks Off Bigger Than Ever": Editor's note: This article was changed to remove Annapolis Grill and add Aqua Terra.
—Correction: An article from Jan. 26, "Key School, Indian Creek School to Support Food Link": Editor's note: This article was changed to reflect the correct the day for the scheduled basketball games.
—Correction: A post from Nov. 23, "Annapolis Roads Residents File Lawsuit in Golf Course Purchase": Editor's note: This article has been changed to correct an error. It has been changed to reflect the fact that in 2006 Ribera Development filed a lawsuit against the community.
—Correction: A story from Aug. 7, "Week in Review: The Loss of a Friend, Rezoning and the Rebirth of a Park": Editor's note: This story has been changed to include the correct time of the meeting for those interested in the volunteer ranger program at Waterworks Park. The meeting is at 7 p.m.
—Correction: A story from July 22,"Protesters Delay Vote on Quiet Waters Development": Editor's note: This story has been changed to include the correct spelling of Ted Weber.
—Clarification: A story from July 20, "Alleged Paving Scammer Charged With Other Scams Linked to Greater Annapolis Home": Editor's Note: This story has been updated to reflect that the home was located in the Greater Annapolis area, not in the community of Sherwood Forest.
—Correction: A story from June 16, "9 Charged in Connection with Crownsville Hospital Break In": Editor's note: Due to incorrect information provided by county police, this article was changed to correct the name of Jonathan A. Guest and to reflect that he is from Annapolis.
—Correction: A story from June 6, "Cancer Survivors Gather for Celebration of Life": Editor's note: This story was corrected to reflect the correct title of Vanessa Carter. She is the chief of administrative services at the Anne Arundel County Department of Health.
—Correction: A story from June 3, "County Police Net $470,000 in Online Gambling Bust": Editor's note: The name of the officer involved with the money-laundering task force has been corrected. His last name is Gunn.
—Correction: A story from May 23, "Arthritis Doesn't Draw a Line With Age": Editor's note: This story was correctd to include the correct name of Ryland Bristow. He had been incorrectly identified as Ryan. This story also was corrected to include the correct website to make donations.
— Correction: A story from March 15, "Face of America Ride": Editor's note: Kathleen's last name was correctly updated to Peddigree. Bair is her maiden name.
— Correction: A column from March 26, "America's VetDogs 5k Run/Walk": Editor's note: The date of the race has been corrected. It is April 3.
—Correction: A story from April 12, "Hillsmere Pool Should Open on Time": Editor's Note: The reported value of the HSIA's offer was corrected. The $12,500 for the pool's equipment and furnishings did not include the lease buyout. The HSIA offered an addition $2,500 to buy the remainder of the lease.