February 23, 2006

Due to a reporter's error, the ownership of a mobile home that burned Monday night on South Prospect Street was incorrect in a story on page A3 of Wednesday's Morning Herald.

The property where the mobile home sits is owned by Barval Corp.

Due to a reporter's error, the photo that accompanied a story about a home makeover television show on page A3 of Tuesday's Morning Herald was not of the woman about whom the story was written.

The story and a photo of Ellery Hanlin, a North Hagerstown High School graduate attending Virginia Tech, appear again on page A6 of today's Morning Herald.

Due to a source's error, a story on page B1 of the Feb. 17 Morning Herald incorrectly stated the name of a grocery store on the Blue Ridge Mountain in Jefferson County that was being considered as a place to offer video lottery machines. The store is Foodway Supermarket.


Due to a reporter's error, a story on page B1 of the Feb. 17 Morning Herald about dwindling court space in Jefferson County misquoted Jefferson County Magistrate Mary Paul Rissler.

Rissler said the situation was putting magistrates in the position of possibly "butting heads with circuit judges."

The Herald apologizes for the mistakes.

The Morning Herald 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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