An item in the June 10 Selling Points property transactions map incorrectly identified the seller of 1742 and 1744 Union Road in West Seneca. The seller is Milton Koutsandreas, the cousin of the person by the same name who owns Alton's and Milton's restaurants and was identified as the seller.
Don Hourigan is the scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 104 in the Town of Tonawanda. His last name was misspelled in a report on ceremonies held at the War of 1812 cemetery in Cheektowaga.
Erie County has not yet received official notice from the state Department of Health that it must pay back $5.3 million in federal Medicaid aid but has been told through informal channels that it could be asked to repay the money as early as the end of June. A recent story imprecisely stated when the county would have to repay the funds.
Mike the Eyeglass Man is located at 3411 Delaware Ave. The business was omitted from a list of the building's tenants in a story in last week's Business section.
An article in Friday's Gusto incorrectly stated that the upcoming Shakespeare in Delaware Park production of "Richard III" is the second in the company's history. It is the third.
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