Neil Cugley hailed his squad’s powers of recovery as they came from behind to win their New Year’s Day derby at Margate.
Homeless people are “being left in the streets to die in the cold” as temperatures plummet, a campaign group has claimed.
Police are yet to confirm whether they have unearthed any fresh leads five weeks after a pub landlord was found shot dead.
A court has awarded a gran damages after she lost a lifetime of jewels when she woke to see thieves in her room.
A woman whose sister took her own life says people with mental health issues are being "pushed around" by the system.
Robbers dressed in black with their faces covered made threats to a teenager and stole his money and coat.
Folkestone are fifth in the Bostik Premier at the halfway point
A biker has been airlifted to hospital after suffering multiple injuries in an accident.
A 36-year-old man has been arrested by police in connection with a car fire on a petrol station forecourt.
A taxi driver has relived the terrifying moment petrol was poured into his cab by yobs and then set alight.
Neil Cugley admits he could have used his squad better after Folkestone’s losing streak extended to four matches.
A suspect has been arrested after a car became engulfed in flames on a petrol station forecourt in an alleged arson attack.
Farmers and nature experts have praised a council for proposals to ban the release of helium balloons and Chinese lanterns into the air.
An historic high street pub says it will close on New Year’s Eve following “rowdy behaviour” at previous events.
Two conmen stole thousands from a Kent woman's bank account after gaining her trust.
A Martello Tower owner has announced the winner of a public sweepstake for guessing the date a car would next smash through his fence.
Emergency services were called after a teenage girl was knocked down by a car.
Folkestone boss Neil Cugley can’t see anyone denying Billericay the Bostik Premier title this season.
Thieves made off with £9,000 worth of goods from a popular golf club, leaving staff feeling 'a nervous edge'.
Travellers hoping to get away to France face a four-hour wait at the Eurotunnel following emergency work.
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