Here’s a look at what’s in store in this week’s Boston Standard:
*Heartbreak for families - mum whose daughter’s life was saved by specialist heart surgeons talks of her worry for others in the future after an NHS review left the unit facing the axe. Parents now face a 100-mile plus trip from Boston for the service...
*Threat of action over Boston Beat event - man brings misconduct charge after council agrees to support event despite all the paperwork not being filed on time. Matt Cardle gig organiser also threatens to sue...
*Terrified teen was threatened, assaulted and forced to dig a hole in the ground where he believed bodies were buried - court case in full
*Homeless is set to increase according to council
*Boston United still looking for new ground despite initial option with hotel chain falling through
*Campaigning residents call for speed limit cut while cash is set to be spent on winter damaged roads
*Two-page picture special on our Centenary Variety Show, plus looking back at how else we marked 100 years of The Standard
*Headteacher and staff celebrate after inspectors take school out of special measures
*Veteran and daughter’s visit to Bomber Command Memorial
*Former trust director calls for answers as NHS row rumbles on
*Police issue warning over ‘summer crimes’ after spate of burglaries
*Boston’s link to ‘God Particle’ discovery
*Highways wants to make right-turn ban permanent
*Five Lamps is back in town - what do you think?
*Pub banned from playing music by Lonon High Court
*Pictures from Boston Bike Night
*IN SPORT: Chairman reveals Boston United had £3m debt when he took over and rails against clubs who he believes are getting in the way of financial fair play
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