Inside this week’s Boston Standard

July 4 Front Page
July 4 Front Page

Here’s a rundown of what’s inside your special edition Boston Standard, on sale now:

*We’re 100! Join us to celebrate with our 32-page souvenir supplement featuring the paper’s history, interviews with former staff, our fist ever front page and a very special message from The Queen to staff and readers. You can also get our special magazine looking back at Boston over the past 100 years for £2 with a coupon in the paper.

*Birthday offers galore - as a special thank you to readers to mark our anniversary we’re giving away a free biscuit, free cinema ticket and free milkshake, PLUS money off ourspecial edition sausages and burgers!

*’No’ vote means there will be no protest march through Boston...for now. Full story from Monday’s Assembly Rooms meeting

*Disabled parking charges will stand...despite protest

*Four-page special with pictures and reports from the Olympic Torch Relay as 20,000 line the streets of Boston

*Professor and campaigner deliver verdict on immigration impact

*Assembly Rooms ‘under offer’ plus latest on Haven Gallery

*Police commissioner candidate brands the post ‘daft’ - plus round-up of the latest contenders

*Benches removed to prevent anti-social behaviour

*Pictures from Wrangle Show

*Absconder sparked Coastguard search after he got stranded on The Wash

*Hospital chief’s pay-off ‘cost £500k’

*Bungled bin tags spark confusion

*Trio admit church lead thefts

*Two veterans honoured at Armed Forces Day

*IN SPORT: Boston Cricket Club mark first win, plus Boston United return to stripes to get that promotion feeling

*PLUS: Get your paper for a full year for £19.12 to mark our centenary!