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News:?This column has been updated to correct an error regarding Leigh Rubin's relationship with RIT.?
News:?A story published May 12? included incorrect information. Nothing new has been designated for the space vacated by Morton's The Steakhouse.?
News:?This story, first published Sunday, May 3, included the wrong amount of total test results. That number was corrected?and other numbers?were been updated to reflect Monroe County's report from May 3.
News:?A story on April 10 should have stated that the term ¡°incubation period¡± meant the time between when a person contracts the virus and the point when he or she first shows symptoms. For the coronavirus, the maximum incubation period is usually defined as two weeks.?
News:?An earlier version of a March 28 story about latest coronavirus cases in Monroe County?stated that two girls under the age of 10 have tested positive for the coronavirus. Monroe County later issued a correction saying the girls are between the ages of 10 and 19.?/story/news/2020/03/28/rochester-coronavirus-updates-new-york-monroe-county-cases-ted-obrien-in-hospital/2932109001/
RocRoots: A Black History Month story on Feb. 11 about the doctor for whom the Jordan Health Center is named included an incomplete job title for Greer Gladney. Gladney is an administrative and digital marketing assistant.?/story/news/local/rocroots/2020/02/11/dr-anthony-l-jordan-gave-his-life-serving-needy-rochester-ny/4714153002/
National:?A story on Page 6A on Jan. 13 had the incorrect first name for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Sports: The first name of Iala Cropper was spelled incorrectly in a list of athletes who received All-Greater Rochester honorable mention for girls swimming and diving on Page 11D of the Jan. 12 edition.
Crossword: In a special section Sunday that was available only for home-delivery subscribers, the solution to Barred Crossword #3 was incorrect. The correct answers were provided.
News: A story and caption on page 3A on Jan. 28 misspelled the name of?Nazareth College President Daan Braveman.
News: In an earlier version of this story a description of the Roman Catholic church's beatification process was incorrect.?Beatification is a papal declaration that a person lived in a state of exceptional holiness and a miracle attributed to that person's intercession?with God has been proven.?ttps://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/2019/12/06/genesee-brewery-keg-tree-lighting-2019-seven-thousand-attend-celebration-rochester-ny/4360005002/
Sports: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the Navy's defensive coordinator. He is Brian Norwood.?/story/sports/2019/12/06/4-pivotal-offseason-questions-syracuse-football-dino-babers-tommy-devito/2588293001/
Sports: Quotes by Pittsford Mendon runner Sam Lawler were incorrectly attributed in a story published on Nov. 23.
Sports:?The Pittsford girls swimming team's 200-yard medley relay team won a state public school championship on Saturday, giving Meghan Deuel three championships at the state meet and 12 for her career.?Linnea Braun, Sarah Cooper and Nora Smillie swam on the relay team with Deuel.?
News: An earlier version of this story misidentified the student who died during physical education class at Edison Career & Technology High School.
Life: The name of the Sweet Potato Pie Factory & More was changed to The Sweet Potato Pie Place, which was not reflected when the story was initially published online.
Sports:??Hobart defeated Brockport 33-7 in a college football game on Saturday. The score was incorrect in the scoreboard on Page 2D on Saturday and Sunday.
Arts: A photo caption about Summer SoulFest headliners Bell Biv Devoe misspelled the group's name?on Page 1C on?Aug. 18.?
News:?An Aug. 14 story about paid family leave has been updated with more details about how to apply to receive funds and clarifies that benefits are approved or denied by your insurance company.?/story/news/2019/08/14/five-takeaways-how-apply-paid-family-leave-new-york/2007660001/
News: An earlier version of an Aug. 14?story about Child Victims Act lawsuits misidentified the gender of a woman suing her father in Niagara County.?/story/news/2019/08/14/child-victims-act-day-one-brings-many-lawsuits-cva-new-york-state-one-year-window/1995801001/
Sports: An earlier version of this story listed an incorrect location for the Teddi Bowl. The game will be played at Victor on Sept. 5.?/story/sports/high-school/2019/08/12/section-v-football-canandaigua-braves-contenders-class-a-rochester-ny/1881735001/
News:?An earlier version of this story misstated the name of the Government AccountabilityOffice.?/story/news/2019/08/07/lake-ontario-water-levels-congressional-watchdog-reviewing-plan-rochester-ny/1948485001/
News: The headline on an earlier version of this story was incorrect.?The teen was not robbed.?/story/news/2019/07/31/riga-teen-assaulted-while-running-trail/1879393001/
Life: The Lunar Land film series "Dish" included an incorrect date. The event is 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. July 11 at the Penfield Public Library.
News: A May 30 story about Scout leaders accused of sexual abuse?contained an incomplete description of allegations against Robert Casanzio, an Irondequoit man arrested in an undercover operation in 2009. Court records indicate he told police he had taken nude photos of boys as young as 9, but those records did not indicate that any of the more than 50 images of child pornography investigators found on his computer included photos he had taken himself.?/story/news/2019/05/29/boy-scout-sex-abuse-rochesters-list-100-plus-ny-leaders-accused/1206720001/
Life: Weekend magazine?included an incorrect address and website for the Red Wings.? The address is 1 Morrie Silver Way and the website is redwingsbaseball.com.
News: A quote from Michael Sippel in a video at his trial on an assault charge was reported inaccurately on May 21. The accurate quote from the video, shown as evidence in the trial, was ¡°Blasted my hand off his head.¡± Prosecutors alleged this was Sippel¡¯s description of striking Pate.?/videos/news/2019/05/20/rpd-officer-michael-sippel-body-cam-footage-after-confrontation/3746739002/
News: A May 20 story misidentified Spencerport's school board candidates and listed a wrong school year.?Two candidates, incumbents Greg Kincaid and Gary Bracken, are running uncontested; the tax rate will increase by an estimated 37 cents over the 2018-19 rate.?/story/news/education/2019/05/20/monroe-county-school-district-elections-ballots-2019/3669869002/
Life:??An earlier version of a Lilac Festival story on May 6 contained incorrect information about parking.?The Rochester Psych Center at 1111 Elmwood Ave?does not offer free public parking.?/story/lifestyle/entertainment/2019/05/06/rochester-lilac-festival-2019-hours-parking-shuttle-service-rules-traffic-parental-escort/3650866002/
Sports:?An April 18 story on the Buffalo Bills 2019 schedule?incorrectly listed the location of their Week 17 game. That game will be played in Buffalo.?/story/sports/football/nfl/bills/2019/04/18/buffalo-bills-to-finish-9-7-with-upsets-over-new-england-patriots-and-baltimore-ravens/3507707002/
Sports: A story about Bill Flynn ran incorrect information about his achievements. Mr. Flynn was inducted into the Rochester Red Wings Walk of Fame.?/story/sports/2019/04/18/bill-flynn-rochester-radio-red-wings-zippy-chippy/3501334002/
News:?An article about the Gannett Foundation¡¯s A Community Thrives grant program misstated in one instance the geographic area served by nonprofits chosen to raise funds as part of the initiative. The nonprofits serve Greater Rochester and Western New York.?/story/news/2019/03/31/gannett-foundation-a-community-thrives-how-you-can-help-local-nonprofits-raise-money/3320643002/
Life: A story that appeared on Feb. 27 incorrectly identified Chander Sud as a partner at India House. He is no longer affiliated with the restaurant.
News:?A Feb. 10 wire photo of Alexander Graham Bell ran incorrect information in the?caption. Bell invented the telephone.
News: A Feb. 5 RocRoots Remarkable Rochester column?had an incorrect first name of a former Democrat and Chronicle managing editor. His name?was Norris "Red" Vagg.?/story/news/local/columnists/memmott/2019/02/05/new-math-1960-s-mathematics-prejudice-reasoning-memorize/2774944002/
News: A Jan. 14?story about connected communities ran an incorrect title. Sunshine Jacobs is an Atlantic/Culver/East Main Neighborhood Association board member.?/story/news/2019/01/14/rcsd-board-approves-connected-communities-emma-beechwood-school-33/2572023002/