Former Gills forward Ashley Miller has left Folkestone to re-join their local rivals Hythe Town.
More new signings are expected to follow Ryan Palmer to Hythe Town this week.
Emergency services are at the scene of an overturned vehicle which has caused a busy road to be closed.
Hurdler Jack Green says this is the best start to a season of his career and he hopes to showcase his form on the global stage this summer.
Love it or hate it - a new business is opening its doors in a town and has divided opinion over the bright colour of its exterior.
An alleged road rage incident which saw one car 'bump' into the back of another three times at a busy junction has sparked an appeal for witnesses.
A man was rushed to hospital after falling 20ft from the top of a ladder.
Firefighters raced to a bedroom fire after an unattended e-cigarette charger sparked a blaze.
A couple claim they’ve contracted asthma caused by dust from a housing development being built nearby.
Parts of a town are set to be without electricity for parts of this afternoon due to faulty equipment that controls power to homes.
A series of 15 reported thefts that happened at around the same time has sparked a police warning.
Hythe boss Clive Cook says it's business as usual but admits he has heard rumours others want his job.
Four people have now been detained for questioning after a teenager suffered facial injuries in an alleged assault.
Banner waving protestors have marched through Hythe town centre in a show of force.
Clive Cook blames himself for Hythe missing out on the play-offs - but believes they would have gone close to the title if Alfie May had stayed.
A criminal was "punished" by being ordered to work at an animal park - an opportunity some would pay hundreds for - and he still didn't turn up.
Clive Cook has voiced a few home truths about Hythe Town’s season with their Ryman League, Division 1 South play-off hopes fading.
A pedestrian suffered hip and neck injuries as a result of the accident on a main road.
Clive Cook says it’s up to his players to decide whether Hythe’s season goes to the wire or ends with Saturday’s visit of Whyteleafe to Reachfields.
Clive Cook says Hythe only have themselves to blame if they fail to make the play-offs but they can boost their chances in Saturday’s must-win game.
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