Inside this week’s Boston Standard

October 24 front page
October 24 front page

Here’s a rundown of what’s in store inside this week’s new-look Boston Standard.

*Green light for roads misery - four lots of works planned for Boston in the next week

*Ambulance bosses spell out plans for service overhaul

*Councillors vow immigration inquiry report ‘must not gather dust’

*Police and Crime Commissioner candidates debate street drinking, drugs and funding at hustings event

*Councillor says town’s reputation is unfair after spending a night out with street pastors

*Head of immigration protest is arrested on suspicion of assault

*Council says it can explain away fly tipping figures which show numbers have soared

*New councillor declares authority is ‘no place for party politics’

*Last chance to vote in our Terrific Tots contest

*Get a FREE pack of Special K crisps and a FREE slice of cake with our great reader offers

*Our special recipe sausages are back on sale - snap them up with 25% off

*We look forward to the eagerly awaited new James Bond film in our new-look entertainment section

*IN SPORT - Pilgrims defensive duo pledge to get in the goals, plus reaction to Boston United’s controversial FA Cup exit at the hands of Altrincham

*And don’t forget to send us your Sports Awards nominations