We’re relaunching the Boston Standard today with a brand new look for you to enjoy.
Following this summer’s centenary celebrations we’re now looking to the future with fresh new designs and content in your weekly paper.
To mark the occasion we’re out on the market on Fish Hill today - with goodie bags to hand out to readers, including free DVDs and money offer vouchers. We’ve also got free books and pens to hand out.
We’re keen to chat to you about the relaunch so why not come along and speak to us on the market today?
Inside your new paper this week you can read the following:
*It’s Last Orders - Police launch crackdown on street drinking in Boston
*Big safety fears raised at North Sea Camp after ‘extremely violent’ offender asbconds and another masterminds a drug and money laundering ring from within prison
*Roadworks due at busy junction - find out what is going on and when at A17/Boardsides
*Football club hit twice by thieves in two days
*OAP lives in fear of youths
*Mugger thrown behind bars
*Government minister backs our new jobs campaign - find out what we’re doing to boost employment
*Former GP says ‘I don’t rate Pilgrim Hospital’
*Disabled users raise issues with access to railway station
*Four-pages of Terrific Tots - make sure you vote for your little ‘un to win our competition
*Find out how to nominate your favourites for our Sports Awards
*Check out our new-look Entertainment section - now includes a cinema page
*Get yourself a free cookie, and free tea or coffee with our great reader offers
*They’re back - Get 25% off our special-recipe sausages
*Eight page pullout with more great offers to save you cash
*IN SPORT - Find out which high profile Boston United player wants to end his career at the club. Plus check out our revamped sports section, with our new Sport From The Past feature.
PLUS - you can get your new paper for just 37p a week with our subscription offer - saving 28p an edition