The Morning Report is a quick roundup of links to stories that Carroll County residents are talking about for Monday, June 13, 2016. Read our eNewspaper, a PDF replica of today's paper.
- A gunman wielding an assault-type rifle and a handgun opened fire inside a crowded gay nightclub early Sunday, killing at least 50 people before dying in a gunfight with SWAT officers, police said.
- For some county residents affected by polling place relocations announced by the county Board of Elections earlier this week, the change could more than quadruple the distance needed to travel to vote.
- Over his four years at Century High School, through starring performances and leadership roles, senior Jack Del Nunzio has become the face of the school's drama department.
- The Carroll Arts Center will feature the exhibit "Celebrating the Farm Museum's 50th Anniversary" Tuesday, June 14, through Aug. 5 in the Community Gallery.
- More than 40 people came together to pay tribute and recite the Pledge of Allegiance during Westminster Elks Lodge 2277's Flag Day ceremony Sunday afternoon in Westminster.
- Barbecue fans came out to Main Street Westminster to take part in the inaugural BBQ Stroll, the latest Second Saturday program held by Downtown Westminster.
- Authorities in Santa Monica found possible explosives as well as a cache of weapons and ammunition Sunday in the car of a man who told them he planned to look for a friend at the L.A. Pride festival in West Hollywood,
- Manchester Valley High School senior PJ Phillips is admittedly more the social butterfly than the introverted scholarly type.
- Teachers say Andrew and Joshua Fonseca are model students who will achieve their dreams.
- Author Betsy Lerner said her relationship with her mother's daily bridge game changed drastically as she aged. What she once idolized as the model of adulthood as a child, grew into distaste as she entered her teens. It wasn't until she moved back to her hometown in her 40s that Lerner said she finally saw the beauty behind the game.
- Jared Cirulli can make it look easy. Whether the Liberty senior attack was wrapping around the back of the net looking to score or seeking to dish it off to one of his teammates, he did so with seemingly no problems.
- When Manchester Valley coach Shelly Brezicki asked Lizzie Colson and her Mavericks teammates to take on new roles this season, there was no hesitation. Colson was still recovering from a broken foot she had sustained in the fall during soccer season. The injury kept her from playing a full season and she was unable to run indoor track in the winter. None of that mattered as long as she didn't miss her last season of lacrosse.
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