An ex-mayor has been left puzzled by a handwritten message left outside his front door saying 'We know who you are'.
Manager Clive Cook knows Hythe Town will have to win ugly at Shoreham on Saturday.
A long-serving doctor who treated thousands of patients and co-founded a popular sailing club has died, aged 97.
Whitehall has reiterated its commitment to providing a huge lorry park amid rumours the plan had been ditched this week.
Hythe boss Clive Cook wants match officials to start showing managers more respect.
Delays are being reported and buses cancelled after a road was forced to close in a town centre.
Clive Cook insists underdogs Hythe will go to Leatherhead full of confidence in the FA Trophy on Saturday.
Police are trying to track down thieves who stole a Mercedes from a driveway.
The showdown over a controversial beachfront housing estate and leisure centre in Hythe is escalating, after a parish council refused to back the plan
Will Godmon’s form for Hythe Town is justifying manager Clive Cook’s decision to change goalkeepers in the summer.
A cyclist was injured in an alleged hit and run incident in which a car struck him and failed to stop.
Clive Cook hopes additional training will help Hythe’s quest for consistency in Bostik South.
A fiesty fox found dangling upside down from a tree just inches above a canal has been rescued.
Hythe Town striker Dean Grant says they need to learn to 'win ugly' to help build momentum in their Bostik South campaign.
Four gorilla brothers will be heading into the wild in Africa as part of a Kent conservation charity's initiative.
Victory for fishermen as development turned down over access to beach
Clive Cook has backed centre-forward Jerson Dos Santos to be a smash hit at Hythe Town.
Clive Cook expects some of Hythe Town’s promotion rivals to fall away by Christmas.
Designs for a new leisure centre and housing on a Kent seafront have today been revealed by the local council.
Police, ambulances and forensics have swarmed on a beach in Kent.
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