Inside this week’s Boston Standard

Sept 5 Front Page
Sept 5 Front Page

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

*’Sort this mess out’ - businesses, buses, motorists and pedestrians all call for action over the problems in the town’s new look Market Place

*£3m marina project revealed for Boston - check out the details and picture of the plans which include a shop, restaurant, holiday homes and play area

*Man admits killing pensioner in Crown Court case

*Secrecy remains over Assembly Rooms but council leader spells out the need for sale

*Monty Python singing parrot is safely back with owners

*Leader defends the way council is run plus spotlight falls on authority over allowance hike and member quits and delivers damning verdict on current administration

*Teenager dies in early morning ditch crash

*No wrongdoing found for Pilgrim Hospital despite death after operation

*Man ‘welcomes deportation’ after found guilty of drugs charge

*Immigration inquiry papers made public as council prepare all-important report

*Man suffers serious injury after collision with milk float

*Takeaway driver flagged down and robbed

*Man died after taking ill at the wheel

*Author set to be mentioned in 9/11 documentary

*£1.26m deal for new eco trucks

*Council defends its licensing policy

*Church celebrates century in town

*IN SPORT - New Pilgrims striker calls on former Premier League star uncle for inspiration

*PLUS - Get a cut-priced family ticket to the circus, vote for your favourite in our Business Awards and put your child forward into our Top Tots competition