Correction to a story
Due to a production error, a portion of the article "19 Martha's Vineyard schools retirees served 428 years" was omitted from the June 20 print version.
A story published June 13, "Offshore Ale now offering brewery tours," y reported incorrectly that The Lazy Frog shop in Oak Bluffs maintains the Island disc golf course in the Manuel F.
A story published May 23, "Capawock Theatre to reopen; Oak Bluffs theaters may stay dark," incorrectly named the Strand Theater as the venue for the private screening of the movie "Sparkle" last summer.
A photograph caption in a story published in the September 20 Galleries section print edition "A Gallery winds down with another successful show" spelled Alejandro Carreñ;o's last name incorrectly.
A story published July 5, "Military offers a different path," omitted the name of Kyle Francis's sister, Caitlyn Francis, 20, who attends the University of Georgia.
In a news brief published June 28, "New Tisbury police officers join the ranks," police officer Ryan Natichioni's last name was misspelled.
An event listing in the May 3 issue of The Times listed two topics for the Vineyard Gardens Weekly Garden Lecture Series incorrectly.