The Morning Report is a quick roundup of links to stories that Carroll County residents are talking about for Tuesday, May 3, 2016.
- Schools were the center of attention Monday night as the county held its first of five community budget meetings.
- Mount Airy residents will have an indication of who the chief of the town's new municipal police force will be by early June.
- Two Manchester Valley High School students were given a large canvas when members of the Carroll Child Advocacy and Investigation Center asked them to paint the walls of one of the interview rooms.
- Wegmans Food Markets has begun hiring for 325 part-time positions at its new location in Owings Mills.
- Maryland is "very close" to meeting all federal air quality standards, state environmental officials said Monday, but tightened regulations on ozone pollution could mean an uptick in "Code Orange" air quality days this summer.
- The Arc Carroll County will hold it's Annual Dinner and Community Awards at 6:30 p.m. May 10 at The Portico in Westminster.
- Now that the Ravens are through the draft, it's a bit clearer to see who from the roster they value most.
- Century Girls Lacrosse nearly ended McDonogh's win streak on Monday, losing 12-11 in overtime.
- Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy will go on the disabled list with a hairline fracture in his left foot, an injury that is expected to keep the club’s Gold Glove shortstop out approximately four to six weeks, according to an industry source.
- The Ravens have declined the fifth-year option on safety Matt Elam, making the 2013 first-round pick a free agent after the upcoming season.
- Take a look at this week's Carroll Varsity power rankings for Girls Lacrosse and Boys Lacrosse.
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