Credits for the photographs on yesterday's Weekend and Shore Guide covers were omitted. Both were the work of staff photographer Jonathan Wilson.

The wrong member of the Andretti racing family was named in a "News in Brief" column in Sports yesterday. John Andretti is the driver who joined Panther Racing on Wednesday.

The Inquirer erred Wednesday in reporting that the District Attorney's Office looked into allegations that radio personality Mary Mason tore down signs supporting mayoral candidate Michael Nutter. In fact, Assistant District Attorney Peter Berson said that the office received election-day complaints that Mason tore down signs, but that its records did not specify whose signs were allegedly removed. Mason denies tearing down any signs.

In a story Thursday about the outcome of Tuesday's primary election, the office to which Maria Quinones Sanchez was elected was incorrectly reported. She was nominated to represent the Seventh District in Philadelphia City Council.

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