A story Friday on West Nile virus gave the incorrect number of sites in Nassau County where the virus had been found in mosquitoes. Thirty sites had been detected so far this year.


A group that raised money to help a Glen Cove man should have been identified as Real Old Men Eating Out. It was misidentified in a story Friday.


Mathematics proficiency scores on state tests for Central Islip students in grades 3-8 were mislabeled in a district-by-district chart Thursday. The percentages of students who met or exceeded state proficiency standards on the tests taken in May were: 43.5 percent for third-graders, 44.3 percent for fourth-graders, 29.6 percent for fifth-graders, 41.1 percent for sixth-graders, 26.7 percent for seventh-graders, and 19 percent for eighth-graders.

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Long Island Rail Road 10-trip tickets would be valid under the MTA's new proposed fares for 90 days. Stories that appeared earlier this week incorrectly stated the period for which they would be valid.