The Week in Review is a quick roundup of links to stories that we wrote and you clicked on the week of September 2, 2016.Gov. Larry Hogan, with Comptroller Peter Franchot and other leaders, announced from Ocean City's Boardwalk an executive order mandating that future Maryland school years can't start until after Labor Day. In addition, Hogan also declared the school year can end no later than June 15.This Labor Day weekend isn't going to be one for being at the beach, unless you are a storm watcher and like wind and rain. But if you are staying around Carroll, or central Maryland, you may end up with a fairly nice holiday weekend.Changed bus routes have proved to be a headache to some parents in Carroll County as the first week of school comes to a close. But transportation department officials say a few glitches were to be expected and things have been improving as each day passes.Monday was the first day of school for Carroll County Public Schools. And while the first day can bring jitters for any student, it was particularly different for a group of seniors walking into Manchester Valley High School.A team-by-team look at the 2016 public school football season in Carroll County can be seen here.Friends and colleagues of McDaniel professor Steven &quot;Bo&quot; Eckard, who died unexpectedly Thursday, Aug. 25, say the professor leaves behind a lengthy musical legacy at the college, from inspired students to ongoing musical groups.A Mount Airy man was charged with attempted murder Saturday after he allegedly pulled the steering wheel while his mother was driving Friday morning, causing the car to crash.Westminster police Chief Jeff Spaulding, Carroll Sheriff Jim DeWees, state police Westminster Barrack Commander Lt. Pat McCrory and Carroll State's Attorney Brian DeLeonardo — vowed to be up on the roof of Dunkin' Donuts for 30 hours, or until they raised $10,000 for Special Olympics as part of the Cops on a Roof fundraiser.A Maryland State Police trooper was injured in a three-vehicle car collision on Md. 140.While a disparity in discipline among minority students in Carroll County schools is a trend that seems to mirror numbers across the country, school officials say the numbers are skewed due to the school system's low minority population.Facing pressure from the public and from lawmakers over increasing the cost of its anti-allergy EpiPen injector, Mylan Pharmaceuticals announced that it will increase co-pay assistance for patients who need the life-saving device.Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday unveiled new Maryland-flag themed license plates.Gene Wilder, the actor who brought his deft comedic touch to such unforgettable roles as the neurotic accountant in &quot;The Producers&quot; and the deranged animator of &quot;Young Frankenstein,&quot; has died. He was 83.Five Marylanders are among the 111 federal prisoners whose sentences were shortened Tuesday by President Barack Obama in the latest round of commutations from the White House for people convicted of nonviolent drug crimes.