» The City Council rejected a bill last week that included three technologies for the city's $3.7 billion mass transit system. That decision still stands after the Council failed to reconsider the same bill in a meeting Wednesday night. A Page A7 article yesterday incorrectly said the Council had voted for the bill. A photo caption also incorrectly reported that the city's Director of Transportation Services Wayne Yoshioka testified yesterday. The online edition has been corrected
» Paul Bishay is not employed at Holy Family Academy. He resigned in January 2006. A Page A3 article yesterday incorrectly reported that Bishay was still employed at the school. The online edition has been corrected.
» Al Masini is not selling his current home. Hi'ilani, his former home on Hawaii Loa Ridge, is for sale. A Morning Digest headline on page A1 March 19 may have left the incorrect impression that he was selling his current home. The item did not appear on StarBulletin.com
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