PM Roundup: Measuring The Nonprofit Sector; Cape Stay Nearing End For Bear
Other stories (and links) circulating around the newsroom this afternoon:
-- After being in the severe drought category earlier this spring, most of Massachusetts is now near normal, according to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Drought Monitor. [Chris Lambert, WHDH-TV]
-- The Massachusetts nonprofit sector made up nearly 17 percent of the state's workforce in 2011, according to a Boston Foundation report. [Boston Business Journal]
-- Now that it has reached the tip of Cape Cod, officials will seek to catch and relocate the wandering Cape Cod Bear. [Cape Cod Times]
-- MBTA workers saved a little girl's stuffed bunny [Jamaica Plain Patch] and T passengers rescued a man who fell on the Green Line tracks [Boston Globe].
-- The Patriots plan to cut wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, according to ESPN sources.
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