1. Kris Jenkins hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to lead Villanova to a 77-74 victory over North Carolina last night in the NCAA men’s basketball title game, which will go down as an instant classic. (NYP)
2. We’re forced to wait one more day for baseball. Opening day for the Red Sox was postponed yesterday. The Sox will now kick off the season today at 1:10pm in Cleveland. (WMTW)
3. Farmers and growers worry about this week’s snow and unseasonable cold, which could endanger some plants. Temperatures are expected to remain chilly through today, dipping into the teens again tonight, but the weather is expected to climb into the 30s and 40s for the remainder of the week. (PH)
4. Emerald cashews are being recalled nationwide because some packages could contain glass shards, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Snyder’s-Lance Inc. voluntarily recalled some packages of Emerald 100 Calorie Pack Roasted and Salted Cashew Halves & Pieces. No injuries have been reported. (WMTW)
5. The Market Basket strike of 2014, the one that left shelves in the Biddeford supermarket and others bare, is the subject of a new documentary, “We the People: The Market Basket Effect,” opening midmonth in New England theaters, including Eveningstar Cinema in Brunswick starting April 15. “We the People” is narrated by Michael Checklis, star of television’s “The Shield” and “American Horror Story.” (PH)
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