■ Clarification: A Page One story in Wednesday’s paper about Boston’s new bike-sharing program incompletely explained whether the program will make bikes available in South Boston. While most of that neighborhood will not have the bike-share program’s kiosks, two locations in the Seaport District and one on the Gillette campus adjacent to downtown will have bikes.
■ Correction: Because of incorrect information provided by the Associated Press, a photo caption accompanying a story on the debt limit in Friday’s A section misidentified the home state of Senator Rand Paul. He represents Kentucky.
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