Here’s a rundown of what’s in store in this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now...
* Triple joy after 13 year wait for happy couple
* A samurai sword attack takes place following a drug deal dispute
* A £229k upgrade for the town’s CCTV system
* A housing development could bring hundreds to the area
* RSPCA officers appeal for help after kittens are abandoned in an alleyway
* A man who drove a friends car while drunk following a double murder in the town was ‘trying to do the right thing’
* A county police and crime panel meeting is branded a shambles after the public were inadvertently excluded from a meeting
* A man broke a town centre drinking ban only hours after being given it
* Experts fear the impact of legal aid cuts, including concerns Boston court could close in the long term
* Scott Dalton’s the toast of breakfast show
* A newly-elected councillor defends herself against comments made during a Channel 4 TV show
*IN SPORT: Gary Mills wants one more promotion, Tom Baxter vows to take Moulton seriously and Jordan Nuttell looks to the future following his heart operation.
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