Here’s a rundown of what’s in store in this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now...
* Plans to use Assembly Rooms as nightclub are announced
* The friends of murdered duo Darren Harwood and Charlotte Picaver give their tributes
* The police and crime commissioner outlines his plans for a shop booze ban, while he and Chief Constable Neil Rhodes open the new £474,000 police custody suite
* A row over the possible closure of Boston’s Wide Bargate post office sparks industrial action
* We list your county council election candidates and their views
* The May Fair returns to town and the police urge those attending to behave
* A London marathon runner does so for the victims of the Boston Bombs
* Villagers in Benington get a £320k grant towards their church
* St Nicholas CofE Primary School celebrate continued improvement
* Geno Washington gets ready to return to Boston’s entertainment venue, The Gliderdrome
* Commemorating The Dambusters with a six-page feature
*IN SPORT: Pilgrim’s boss Dennis Greene is hoping to reveal new signings this week, while motor racer Ben Wilson looks to better his Oulton seconds result and boxer Matt Hallam gets back to his winning ways.
*PLUS: Win tickets to Dirty Dancing stage show