Police arrested three men and seized a quantity of what they believe to be heroin and cocaine in addition to cash after a raid in Kent
A petition about the loss of sports from a grammar school has revealed a grim portrait of the school's finances while
A rare medal awarded to a brave lifeboat coxswain by US president Thomas Woodrow Wilson is set to go under the hammer.
Four primary schools competed for a seven-aside football trophy.
A tarantula, a corn snake and a giant snail were among the visitors at Northbourne Park Pre-prep School.
Items such as old phones, clothes and books will help a Kent man fulfil his dream of building and furnishing a new school for orphans in Uganda.
An anchor has been donated as an ornamental feature to a community garden.
A congregation has reached its £35,000 goal to repair its church's tower roof.
Organisers want a classic car show queen and princess to open the even.
A bench has been returned to its original spot almost 10 years on after public demand.
Witnesses say forensic officers have been at the scene of an incident which left a man with serious injuries.
A group of women from Kent have taken part in a Breast Cancer Now photo shoot campaigning against the withdrawal of life-extending drug Kadcyla
Fears a popular fun-fair will not return to Walmer have been allayed after a campaign was successfully fought.
We all look up to our best teachers but in the case of Jim McNeill he is in awe of one of his students Kelly Turner - that's why he's keen to help
An Army captain from Kent signed up to the the Marathon Des Sables - the toughest race on earth - after he broke his arm
The death of former IRA leader Martin McGuinness has awakened strong feelings among ex-Royal Marines who will never forget the Deal bombing.
The mother of a teenage cyclist killed in a crash is training to help other bereaved families come to terms with their loss.
A man has been charged with drug offences after being stopped, allegedly in possession of crack cocaine.
When the wind died down and the sky turned blue, spitfires did fly over the White Cliffs of Dover for Dame Vera Lynn's centenary
An Eastry widow has remembered the times she and her late husband had the privilege of meeting wartime singer Dame Vera Lynn, who turns 100 today
Plans to mark the 100th birthday of forces' sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn at the White Cliffs of Dover have been scuppered by wet and windy weather.
Campaigners are urging people to write to their MP in a bid to gain support against proposed changes that will affect about 300 beds across east Kent
According to The Times, Deal is no longer a “secret” retreat but a well linked coastal town offering long beaches and great dining experiences
A mum of one who has returned to the game after 15 years is looking to recruit players to play in the Kent League
Owners of the two-week fun-fair on Walmer Green, which has run for 70 years, are refusing to sign a change in the terms and conditions of the event.
New efforts are being made to prevent trips and falls in a danger alley.
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