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Corrections

March 26, 2005

Due to a reporter's error, the name of Washington County Board of Elections Deputy Director Kaye Robucci was misspelled in a story on page A3 of Friday's Morning Herald.




Due to a source's error, the exit affected by an upcoming interstate highway construction project was incorrect in a community brief on page A6 of Friday's Morning Herald. Linda Zerbee, traffic engineer for the Maryland State Highway Administration, said that beginning on or about March 29, motorists traveling along the I-70 eastbound ramp wishing to access I-81 northbound will be directed to continue east along I-70 to exit 28 at Md. 632 (Downsville Pike) and to follow signs back onto I-70 westbound.




Due to a reporter's error, a paragraph of a story on page B1 of Friday's Morning Herald about the 200th anniversary of the incorporation of the Borough of Greencastle, Pa., incorrectly listed the year of publication of a Greencastle, Pa., weekly newspaper that reported on the anniversary. It was 1905.

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The Herald apologizes for the errors.




The Herald-Mail strives to be accurate and fair in all of our stories. Sometimes, we make mistakes. If you believe we have made an error, please call Executive Editor Terry Headlee at 301-733-5131. Errors made in page one stories will be corrected on page one. All other corrections will run at the top of page A2.

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