Today's Massachusetts Papers, 4/8

Mostly the news is all about opening day -- as it should be! Elsewhere:

--Menino breaks the bad budget news: Globe and Herald versions.

--Bridgewater is looking at axing 70 teachers, according to the Brockton Enterprise, which also says Easton might stop funding its library.

--Randolph voted yesterday to ditch its town-meeting system for a more grown-up form of government, reports the Patriot-Ledger.

--Fall River is all about clean energy and green jobs, says the Herald News.

-- Cape Cod Times reports on a Mass. Maritime Academy grad who is chief officer aboard a ship hijacked by Somali pirates.

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