Here’s what’s in your Boston Standard this week.
l Bedroom Tax plans are to hit hundreds of residents
l A young film-maker’s film is set to premiere at Kinema in the Woods
l Work begins on improving and repairing the Market Place
l The head of a new school has promised to deliver world-class education
l A campaign to get a pedestrian crossing installed on a ‘dangerous’ road gathers pace
l A duo are jailed for a fatal crash which killed a young pregnant woman
l A Boston councillor is lambasted by an academic for ‘dangerous’ comments during an immigration debate
l Two more national chains suffer financial woes - leaving staff with mixed news on their futures
l Residents air their worries about the town’s new marina plans
l A new project is aiming to record the town’s cultural shifts
l Check out the latest business developments with our feature
l We’re also giving away 50 free tickets to the circus or get a cheap holiday with our fantastic deals
l See what our reviewer thinks of Safe Haven
l IN SPORT: Boston Rugby Club are one win away from promotion, Dennis Greene believes victory at Worcester will guarantee Boston United’s league survival, Ben Wilson shows off his new helmet and tennis ace Joe Woolley wins national competition.
l and much more.