Thursday, September 18, 2014
Clarification on photo use
A photo published Thursday, Sept. 18, with an article on allegations against Torrington attorney Ira Mayo showed a building where his office has been located in the city. Mayo is currently in the process of moving out of that building and his law practice shares no connection with that of Dena Menchetti, whose sign was featured in the photo.
Labels: attorney, court, Ira Mayo, Torrington
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
City Engineer's name misspelled
An article that appeared in the July 8 edition of The Register Citizen titled “Residents speak up on draft of sidewalk plan
” contained several instances of the Torrington City Engineer’s name being misspelled. His name is Ed Fabbri.
Friday, June 13, 2014
Wrong photo on article
An article that was published Friday, June 13, 2014
about the sale of the Order of the Sons of Italy building on 34 Center St. in Torrington incorrectly included the wrong image to illustrate the property. The correct image is below.
The image originally published was of a lot on 281 Winsted Road.
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Additional suspects facing charges
An article published Tuesday, June 3
incorrectly stated that Stacey Bailey was the only one facing charges so far in the matter.
In addition to Stacey Bailey, Jamie Bailey was charged with multiple counts of prescription drug fraud.
Valerie Aldrich faces a single felony count of insurance fraud, in addition to misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit/obtain prescription drug fraud and sixth-degree larceny.
Keyara Tenore faces multiple counts of prescription drug fraud, conspiracy and drug possession, and Natasha Ducharme faces a misdemeanor charge of interfering with an officer in an unrelated case, online court records show.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Incorrect meeting date for Torrington middle school Washington DC trip
A community brief published about a mandatory Torrington Middle School meeting for chaperones, students and parents who are attending a Washington DC trip incorrectly stated that the meeting would be held on May 6. The meeting will actually be held May 8 at 6 p.m. in the middle school auditorium.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Incorrect use of 'blackout' in power outage story
An article published on Feb. 24, 2014
incorrectly referred to two days of power outages in Litchfield and Morris as a blackout. The towns did not have total power failure throughout the weekend but rather a series of power outages.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Article incorrect on action taken at meeting
An article on Feb. 20 incorrectly stated that the Litchfield Board of Education voted down the Bring Your Own Device policy during its Wednesday meeting. The policy for students remains in place as the board was only voting on an amendment. The previous article also incorrectly stated that board member Gayle Carr had seen students watch pornography on school-provided devices, when in fact she has only been aware of it but has not seen it in person or allowed it to happen in her presence.