A Jan. 12 Metro column misidentified the writer of a letter to the chairman of a House subcommittee on the District. The writer was D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, not Mayor Anthony A. Williams.
A map with a Jan. 12 Food article on Wegmans supermarket showed the location of the new Wegmans store, which will be opening soon in Fairfax. The current D.C. area Wegmans is at 45131 Columbia Pl. in Sterling.
A photo caption with a Jan. 11 article about three members of the 372nd Military Police Company who have been called as witnesses at a court-martial over the Abu Ghraib prison scandal misspelled the name of one of the soldiers. He is Sgt. Hydrue Joyner, not Joiner.
A Jan. 11 Style article incorrectly said that Clay Johnson, the former head of personnel in the White House, and President Bush were friends from Midland, Tex. The two became friends while attending boarding school and college together.
In the Jan. 9 Sunday Source entertainment listings for Prince George's County, the "Highlight" on guitarist Derek Trucks incorrectly said that he is 23 years old and has toured with Bob Marley. Trucks is 25 and has toured with Bob Dylan.
A Jan. 8 Style review of a concert by Eddie Levert and his son Gerald incorrectly described the upcoming induction of Eddie Levert and other members of the O'Jays into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Walter Williams, a current member of the singing group along with Levert, will be inducted, not just former members of the group.