An article yesterday on the crash of EgyptAir Flight 990 misidentified the owner of the vessel Kings Pointer as the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. The Kings Pointer is the training vessel of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y.
In a map accompanying an article yesterday on the Roman Catholic and Lutheran churches mending a rift, the German town of Wittenberg was shown in the wrong location.
An article in Sunday's Metro section incorrectly identified Charles Butler, a Wiccan priest and ordained pastor of Ecumenicon Fellowship in Beltsville.
An article in Sunday's Metro section incorrectly said Fairfax's Groveton Elementary School is in the Mount Vernon magisterial district. The school is in the Lee district.
The Green Scene column in Saturday's Real Estate section should have said that soil temperatures must get down to 45 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit before spring-flowering bulbs can put down roots. Local soil temperatures are not yet cold enough, but it's all right to plant the bulbs now.
A graphic accompanying an article on Woodside Park in Saturday's Real Estate section misidentified Woodlin Elementary School. The article also incorrectly reported that community streets have speed bumps. They are near, but not inside, the neighborhood.