Inside this week’s Boston Standard

September 26 Front
September 26 Front

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

*LOCKED OUT - We report on the latest from the sale of the Assembly Rooms as councillors vote to debate the issue behind closed doors

*Mum-of-10 living in a three-bed Boston home comes under the national spotlight - and sparks a big debate on housing and benefits

*Tributes paid to electrician who died of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome

*Man stole mother’s wedding ring to pawn it for cash

*Head raises concerns over changes to GCSEs

*’Report town centre booze issues’ - police call for help after problems around Herbert Ingram Memorial

*Have I Got Newts For You - rare amphibian discovered at school wildlife area

*Man exposed himself to pub diners

*Waste firm hit with 26k bill after breaking burning laws

*RSPCA reveals area is a hotspot for abandoned pets

*Stan the hedgehog is released back in the wild after making a recovery

*Check out our two-page spread looking at more of the borough’s new school starters - is your little ‘un pictured?

*Last chance to vote for the winner of the Customer Service Boston Business Award

*Three pages of your views and comments

*IN SPORT - Boston United keeper Dan Haystead reveals why he thinks he has deserved the boos from fans this season

*PLUS - Get a free child swim at the Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex as we try to do our bit for the area’s child obesity problem, enter our competition to win a Macbook Air and enjoy our six-page lifestyle special