Inside this week’s Boston Standard

November 7 Front Page
November 7 Front Page

Here’s a look at what’s making the headlines in this week’s paper, on sale now:

*Victim labels robber’s ‘scum’ - we’ve got the full story of the Boston market trader who was robbed in the early hours of Saturday

*Jubilee Fountain suffers vandalism AGAIN - this time just moments after it had be replaced following issues in the summer. Police say the damage was done by nine-year-old boys

*County council apologises after its old flood siren woke people up in the early hours of Sunday

*Trio managed to flee home before flames engulfed property

*Views on migration aired in new video

*Hurricane Sandy survivor, who is from Frampton, tells of his encounter with the American superstorm

*Two more big chains suffer financial woes

*Cyclist suffers serious injuries in collision

*Boston Police Station cells set to expand

*Fascinating family archive reveals the story of wartime gunner

*New car park set for town centre

*Picture special for borough firework events

*Results and reports from the courts

*Woods Trust prepares for planting event... and for ‘inevitable’ ash disease

*Stump’s new visitor facilities bag award

*IN SPORT - Reaction to Boston United’s derby win over Gainsborough plus kickboxer wins bronze medal

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