Inside this week’s Boston Standard

May 16 front page
May 16 front page

Here’s a rundown of the stories inside this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now:

*Murder charge brought as family and friends mourn the loss of popular 72-year-old man

*Man claims he was told to dial 999 when he tried to get help for woman who collapsed yards from A&E at the Pilgrim Hospital

*Woman died after trapped under tractor trailer

*Police and council forced to step in after troublemakers blight May Fair

*Man behind Matt Cardle gig determined to overcome police and council objections

*Meet Boston’s Jubilee Queen and Princess

*Call for bank on drinking in the town centre

*Sexual assault offender made violent threats to two women while out on bail

*Can you help identify people accused of dropping litter in our latest CCTV lineup?

*Campaign to fight plans to allow lorries through village

*Lap dancing bar gets licence extension

*Four men plot skydive for good causes

*Volunteer gears up for Olympic role

*Meet the new Mayor of Boston

*IN SPORT: Boston boxer Callum Johnson prepares for his latest fight...but says he’s already ready to challenge for titles

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