Plenty of outrage and anger about the Easter Traffic Fiasco in today's papers. Elsewhere:
--Tomorrow's unveiling of the house version of the state budget already has stomachs churning, and fingers pointing, state-wide; the Worcester Telegram and Gazette has a good overview.
--Today's bad budget news: 123 Andover teachers get layoff notices, reports the Eagle-Tribune; Bridgewater-Raynham schools will lose 66, according to the Taunton Gazette.
--The Springfield Republican reports on the report of the Palmer Citizens Casino Impact Study Committee, which recommends hiring a negotiator to negotiate a deal with Mohegan Sun to cover all the mitigation costs. Meanwhile, tribal officials are pushing forward with plans for a "scaled back" casino in Middleboro, says the Enterprise.
--The Republican also covers the funeral of the 11-year-old suicide victim whose story I linked to a few days ago. In slightly less depressing death news, the Patriot Ledger tells of a Quincy couple who died hours apart Saturday, after 63 years of marriage.