Gone fishin', "67th derby ends with awards ceremony," published October 18, incorrectly reported that Tony Rezendes's 32.16-pound shore bass was the smallest in derby history. While small by Derby standards, in 2010, Paul Stamos won the shore bass division with a 31.87-pound striper.
In the same story, a photo caption for the winners of the Victor Danberg Trophies for the heaviest bluefish caught by a junior boy and girl incorrectly identified Chesca Potter as Chelsea Bouchard.
An article "Slow food, and unusual too," published October 18 in the Calendar section, incorrectly reported that Rick Karney provided seaweed art. Kathy Poehler was the artist.
An article headlined Working from the Island: Columnist makes West Tisbury home, published October 18 in the Community section, required several corrections. A mistaken reference to the speed of bond transactions ought to have described the unit by which bonds are traded, that is, 32nds. Caroline Baum, the subject of the article, lived in New York City, not Connecticut, until 2005. There were five finalists for the Bastiat prize, not six. And, a reference to the "data processing side" ought to have been "data side."
In the High School View in the October 18 Times, a story was attributed incorrectly. Julia Cooper wrote the story, "Homecoming festivities inspire spirit and fun."