Here’s a rundown of what’s in store in this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now...
* Police name the victims of the double murder on Red Lion Street, Boston, while a senior officer moves to reassure residents the streets are safe.
* Concerns for missing woman Dulcie Brewster
* Residents’ fight to stop a ‘smelly’ lagoon at Boston’s tip is to continue
* Mum and son in murder shock, flasher in the park, stranger gets in a car and a woman is tied up while being burgled
* A man caught shoplifting is found to be carrying fake £10 notes
* County chiefs celebrate a town bridge as a new landmark while Boston council leader says a bypass could take another ten years to start
* New £474k police cells open
* The new head of Kirton Middlecott challenges the school to be inspirational and get a good OFSTED report
* Teens play with fire at town skatepark
* Find out who your by-election candidates are for Staniland South
* Marathon stories from Boston and London
*IN SPORT: Boston Rugby Club clinch the league title unbeaten.
*PLUS: Grab a free choccy bar from Bargain Buys with your Boston Standard.