The Morning Report is a quick roundup of links to stories that Carroll County residents are talking about for Wednesday, May 4, 2016.
- Brendan Gallagher was named Carroll County's 2016 Teacher of the Year at Tuesday night's Board of Education employee recognition ceremony.
- Donald Trump won the GOP primary in Indiana Tuesday night all but securing the nomination. After the loss, Sen. Ted Cruz suspended his campaign.
- This year's Mighty Eagle 5K & Fun Run attracted a record 50 entrants. Proceeds will benefit St. John Catholic School's general fund and will be used for additional playground equipment.
- The Freedom Community Comprehensive Plan will again be the focus of attention Wednesday when the county Planning and Zoning Commission meets to review elements of the plan.
- Maryland will receive just over $6 million as part of a larger agreement reached with the drug maker Wyeth to settle allegations it underpaid rebates to the Medicaid program.
- Wegmans Food Markets has begun hiring for 325 part-time positions at its new location in Owings Mills.
- A U.S Navy SEAL was killed Tuesday by fire from the Islamic State group outside the IS-held city of Mosul.
- 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 Orioles on Tuesday afternoon made their expected infield roster move, placing shortstop J.J. Hardy on the disabled list with a fractured left foot and recalling infielder Ryan Flaherty from Triple-A Norfolk.
- This week's Sports Roundtable can be seen here.
- Take a look at this week's Carroll Varsity power rankings for Girls Lacrosse and Boys Lacrosse.
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