An article in Sunday's Buffalo News about the criminal history of Sheila Johnson-Moore incorrectly described John DiStefano's reason for declining to comment. DiStefano, who is one of Johnson-Moore's previous supervisors as assistant principal at School 75, declined to comment because he said he never comments on personnel matters, not because he had been instructed by school district officials not to talk.
The days for the party caucuses in the Village of Franklinville were reversed in an article in Monday's Southern Tier edition. The Republican caucus will be tonight, and the Democratic caucus will be Thursday. Both begin at 7 p.m. in Franklinville Town Hall, 11 Park Square.
A fire early Saturday morning destroyed a three-story home at 541 Bird Ave. A story in Sunday's editions incorrectly said the fire was at a home around the corner on Ashland Avenue.
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