Here’s what’s in your Boston Standard this week.
l Potential loss of town post office.
l Ringleaders jailed for their part in £2 million cocaine ring.
l Victory in Boston Market Place Parking fight for Donington man.
l The trust behind Pilgrim Hospital comes under scrutiny for its high death rates in the wake of the Stafford scandal.
l As Boston’s HMV is set to close one shop owner tells how he is surviving in the current climate.
l A man steals an iPod from a five-year-old boy after missing his methadone prescription
l A two per cent increase in the police precept is approved
l A senior councillor who boldly claimed there was no shortage of school places in Boston accepts that the situation has now changed.
l A raft of changes have been made at HMP North Sea Camp, following the death of a prisoner living in a ‘half-way house’ outside the main site.
l Plans for an underground cable and substation to connect a wind farm to the National Grid have been labelled ‘unreasonable’ by Boston’s MP.
l IN SPORT: Boston Town remain unbeaten, United close in on the challenger top spot and Boston Rugby Club remain top of their league.
l Two free sessions at Boston Tennis Club for every reader
l and much more.