Correction

Correction

The headline on an obituary published in the Friday Gazette for Marcia Mann Baker was inaccurate. It was Marcia’s husband, Bob, who came to the Vineyard during the war. The Gazette regrets the error.

Corrections

Corrections

A story in the August 12 Tuesday Gazette about the 12-metre regatta was unclear about next year’s racing schedule. Next year’s 15th annual Edgartown Yacht Club 12-metre regatta will be held in Edgartown on the weekend of August 7, 8 and 9. The Worlds 12-metre sailboat races will take place next year in Newport in September.

Corrections

Corrections

In a story about the publication of a collection of Civil War diaries kept by Charles Macreading Vincent, published in the Gazette of July 22, the name of a 19th century column in the Boston Globe was misidentified. The name was Table Gossip.

Due to incorrect information in a press release, an item in the Tuesday the Gazette incorrectly identified the hometown of Emily Hartford, who won a theatre award. She is a native of Middleborough.

The Gazette regrets the errors.

Corrections

Corrections

A story on Island recycling in Friday’s Gazette incorrectly reported on the role of Allied Waste. The company does offer residential recycling and since May has offered single stream recycling, which co-mingles all recyclables, including paper.

The service now operates everywhere except Chappaquiddick, and will begin collections there starting Sept. 4.

Corrections

Corrections

A story in Friday’s Gazette misreported the amount of money raised last year during the first annual Housing on the Tube telethon. The correct figure is $526,000.

An story in last Tuesday’s Gazette mistakenly reported the type of tick which carries tularemia. It is the dog tick.

The Gazette regrets the errors.

Corrections

Corrections

A story published in Tuesday’s Gazette about the Vineyard Nursing Association incorrectly described the organization’s finances. The association anticipates having a surplus this year, but will incur more debt.

Corrections

Corrections

Contrary to an article in Tuesday’s edition, Rob Goldfarb, development director of the Farm Institute in Katama, is older than his brother, Matthew, executive director of the institute. The Gazette regrets the error.

A photo caption in Tuesday’s edition misidentified a singer performing at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown for a benefit titled Still the Hunger. The singer was Lia Kahler. The Gazette regrets the error.

Correction

Correction

A story in Friday’s Gazette contained two errors. Jon Nelson Jr., owner of the Bunch of Grapes Bookstore in Vineyard Haven, has not yet sold his West Tisbury home. And Mr. Nelson’s father Jon Nelson is still living. The Gazette regrets the errors.

Corrections

Corrections

In an interview in Tuesday’s Gazette with John Potter and Todd Alexander, there was a mention about the young sailors’ sailing technique as youths more than 30 years ago. Mr. Potter said after the interview that he used the word sheet to describe their sailing technique, not cheat. Mr. Potter said on Wednesday: “We won the races by sheeting.”

Corrections

Corrections

A story in last Friday’s Gazette about West Tisbury resident Katie Mayhew performing last Wednesday with the Boston Pops at Symphony Hall in Boston incorrectly reported the name of the former speaker of the state house of representatives. He is Thomas M. Finneran. The Gazette regrets the error.

The West Tisbury town column in Friday’s Gazette incorrectly identified the director of the Field Gallery. She is Jennifer Pillsworth. The Gazette regrets the error.

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