Inside this week’s Boston Standard

November 28 front page
November 28 front page

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

*Sold for £465k - but what next for Boston’s Assembly Rooms? We speak to the new owner of thew town’s landmark building...

*Review due for premises found with smuggled booze and fags hidden in their shops

*Charity facing a rising number of domestic violence incidents

*Maps to be put up to help puzzled motorists find where to park in Market Place

*Former gangmaster criticises MP over immigration comments

*First charging point for electric cars installed at Boston school

*Man faces 19 child porn charges at crown court

*Counting down to town’s big Christmas weekend

*Charity says wolf-life dog breeds are increasingly becoming abandoned

*Court result from cases involving Boston defendants

*Resident calls for referendum over councillor allowance hike

*Buy one get one FREE fish and chips offer

*Get money off your paper with our vouchers

*Enter our competition to win a Calor Gas heater

*Check out the cream of the business crop with our eight-page Boston Business Awards pullout

*IN SPORT: Nightmare suspension is now over...and Pilgrims striker is looking to make up for lost time. Plus rugby club are on a roll after eight wins in a row