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January 10, 2013

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The Gloucester Daily Times aims to be accurate. If you are aware of a factual error in a story, please call Times Editor Ray Lamont at 978-283-7000, x3438.

Anthony Dietzel, 18, of Prospect Street in Gloucester, was handed a six-month suspended jail sentence along with a year’s probation and other penalties on charges of resisting arrest and assault, stemming from his alleged biting of his 14-year-old girlfriend and attempts to bite and spit at a police officer in October. The status of the jail term was reported incorrectly in Wednesday’s edition.

Organizers of the Gloucester Gran Prix cyclocross held annually at Stage Fort Park are not planning to outline a 14-point plan for park repairs at the next meeting of the City Council’s Planning and Development Committee, as reported in a story in Tuesday’s edition. Instead, they plan to address and respond to each of 14 photos that showed damage to the park this past year and were presented to the committee earlier.

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