The name of a student was omitted from a list of Jack Kent Cooke Foundation scholarship winners in some May 2 editions. Andrew Y. Hui, 21, of Garland, Tex., who attends St. John's College, plans to study comparative literature at Yale University.
The list of candidates for next Monday's Town Council election in Morningside was incorrect in the May 2 Prince George's Extra because the town clerk supplied incorrect information. On the ballot for two seats are David Hockenbrought, Frank P. Holmes and incumbent Karen D. Rooker.
Dr. Gridlock columns in the April 28 Metro section and in the Extras on May 1 and May 2 contained two incorrect phone numbers for Metro transit services. The correct number for compliments, complaints and suggestions is 202-637-1328, and the correct number for customer information is 202-637-7000.
The Post 200 issue of Washington Business on April 29 incorrectly reported which of USEC Inc.'s plants had ceased uranium enrichment. USEC halted enrichment at its Portsmouth, Ohio, plant in May, although it is still shipping material to its primary plant in Paducah, Ky.
The Post 200 issue on April 29 incorrectly characterized a transaction between Discovery Communications Inc. and Fox Cable. Fox received a 10 percent stake in Discovery Health Channel in return for selling its Health Channel to Discovery Communications.
The Post 200 issue also should have included Independent Community Bankshares Inc. of Middleburg, Va., on its list of the region's largest financial institutions. Independent Community had $354.4 million of assets on Dec. 31, and should have been ranked No. 17 on the list. As a result, successive institutions on the list would be ranked one place lower.
Chocolates bearing the Balducci label at the Balducci's grocery store in New York were introduced before Sutton Place Gourmet purchased the company in 1999. In an April 10 Business article, members of the Balducci family criticized the chocolates as misrepresenting their tradition, implying that the new owners had launched the product.