Inside this week’s Boston Standard

Here’s a quick look at the stories inside this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now:

*Police launch murder inquiry following the discovery of body

*Boston and Skegness comes out top in the UK for flood risk - find out what local experts have to say about the worrying statistics

*Pensioner victim of unprovoked attack in the street

*Cost of cremations due to rise by £150

*Council staff will still park for free - see our report on the latest borough council budget discussions

*One of our schools is in the top one per cent in the country for the progress its pupils make - find out which one

*We take a look behind the scenes at North Sea Camp

*Watchdog raises ‘major concerns’ about Boston care home

*Record breaking rower gets set for Olympic quest

*Councillors question new £35k ideas post

*Faster internet set to come to Boston

*Three pages of letters, three pages of village/club news, three pages of lifestyle news

*Eight pages of sport - including how Pilgrims striker Ben Fairclough is relishing the battle

*PLUS Get a free hot drink with a meal at Black Sluice Cafe and another chance to go on a £10 UK holiday