*Marie Bokesch of Austintown watched the Super Bowl in a loge with NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue on Sunday. A story in Sunday's Vindicator spelled her last name incorrectly.
*Southern Park Stables, 126 Washington Blvd., Boardman, is on the National Register of Historic Places. A story in The Vindicator last week neglected to note that the site is on the register.
*One solved Youngstown homicide from 2003 was not submitted for record-keeping purposes and therefore did not appear in a list published Sunday. Jose Rosado, 27, was arrested in the Jan. 6, 2003, death of Luis O. Vila, who was found in a burned car.
*The following corrections are being made to the NIE calendar published last week:
Presidents Day is Feb. 21.
President Jefferson signed off on the Ohio Constitution on Feb. 19, 1803; the state was admitted to the union on that date.
U.S. Marines planted a flag on Iwo Jima on Feb. 23, 1945.
*The total square feet of space leased at the Cafaro Co.'s Eastwood Mall complex is 1.3 million. The number printed in Sunday's Business Outlook was incorrect.
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