THIS week's Croydon Advertiser is on the shelves, leading with the emotional story of Marcus Campbell - a campaign which has captured the hearts of people across the borough and beyond.
Our three pages of coverage include interviews with Marcus' mother and sister, as well as chronicling the sequence of events which led to Wednesday night's extraordinary demo outside Croydon University Hospital.
Elsewhere in the paper, we've the concluding part of our series of reports on Croydon's domestic violence 'epidemic', with three victims telling their harrowing stories, while there is also an interview with the son of Maurice Baxter, tragically killed after being hit by a lorry in the town centre last week.
We reveal the school which has warned children and PARENTS to stop spitting, the art gallery bringing a touch of Banksy to a neglected part of Croydon, and interview the residents' association member who's quit his post - all over a fallen tree.
Our First Day at School supplement features eight pages of new reception class photos - a must for the proud parents!
And, if you're a Palace fan, look out for interviews with Brede Hangeland and new assistant boss Kevin Blackwell, as well as a full preview of the West Brom game.
You don't get much for 80p these days - but you do get the Croydon Advertiser.
Buy it, and it'll change your life (maybe...)