A story Tuesday on a protest outside Frankford High School misspelled the name of Olney High School student Tyreek Wiggins.

Stories and an editorial this week on the naming of Richard Negrin as interim director of the Board of Revision of Taxes erred in describing his job at Aramark Corp. He was vice president and associate general counsel of Aramark Healthcare.

Because of a spell-check error, a story yesterday on Pennsylvania's political crisis misspelled the name of former Gov. Milton J. Shapp.

A "News in Brief" item in some editions yesterday wrongly described Paula Dow, nominated to become New Jersey attorney general. Dow worked in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Newark, N.J., when Christopher J. Christie was U.S. attorney, but was never the U.S. attorney herself.

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