Correction (Plain Press, January 2020) A reader kindly pointed out that we misspelled the word “altar” in an article about St. Stephen’s Church in the December 2019 issue of the Plain Press. The Plain Press website contains a corrected version of the article. We apologize for this error.
Corrections (Plain Press, May 2019)In an article in the April issue of the Plain Presstitled “Lincoln Heights Block Club weighs in on proposal to amend its bylaws” the following items listed below stand to be corrected. Lincoln Heights Block Club Chair Henry Senyak did not cast a tie-breaking vote on the bylaw amendment. The motion … Continue reading
(Plain Press, August 2017) In the print edition of the July 2017 Plain Press in an article entitled Father’s Day Historic Walking Tour honors the late Housing Court Judge Raymond Pianka, the first name of Ray Pianka’s daughter is wrong. The correct name is Kirsten Pianka.
(Plain Press, August 2016) In an article in the July Plain Press titled Cleveland as an Occupied City as Republican National Convention comes to town it was incorrectly stated that United States District Judge Dan Polster ruled that many of the restrictions placed by the city of Cleveland on demonstrations and parades violated first amendment … Continue reading
(Plain Press, August 2016) A listing in the Community Board in the July Issue of the Plain Press under FOOD incorrectly said FREE FRESH PRODUCE was available at MetroHealth Medical Center. The produce is not free. It is FOR SALE at the MetroHealth Farm Stand in the Women and Children’s Pavilion. The Plain Press apologizes … Continue reading
(Plain Press, July 2015) In the June 2015 issue of the Plain Press there is a mistake in the caption under the photo of Joan Southgate at the Station Hope Block Party at St. John’s Church. The year that Southgate walked the 519-mile route from Ripley, Ohio to St. Catherine’s Ontario is incorrect. The correct … Continue reading