Gillingham's fringe players will get a chance to impress at Luton today.
Maidstone midfielder Ollie Muldoon has been ruled out for the rest of the season after a scan on his knee.
Maidstone have bolstered their strikeforce with a new loan signing.
There is a new managing director of Ramsgate Football Club.
Gills midfielder Darren Oldaker is staying on loan at Hythe.
Factories on an old industrial estate are to be pulled down. But the work could keep boat-owners from their vessels.
Youngsters are being targeted by 'vile bullying' which has led to a rise in hate crimes against children in Kent.
Drivers have been left stranded in a car park after thieves drilled holes in their fuel tank to steal petrol.
Police tried desperately to save the life of a man who ended up in a river just days after his partner of 27 years took her own life.
A music professor says singing could have major health benefits such as reducing depression, based on the findings of a six-month study.
Government funding has been awarded to two universities to create Kent's first medical school in the hope of boosting recruitment.
There's a chance to snap a selfie with superheroes and sci-fi stars at the third annual Medway Comic and Screen Festival this weekend.
A chimney blaze in a village threatened to spread out of control.
Two men have been given suspended prison sentences for hosting cockfights and sharing footage of them online.
Drivers were advised to keep their eyes peeled after a tractor smash caused a spud spillage.
Police have closed part of a road while crews deal with a fire in a three-storey home.
A seaside amusement park is poised to create about 50 jobs this summer after its family owners injected half a million pounds.
A road was closed for hours after a car crash which left a telegraph poll split in half, and fuel and debris in the road.
A government housing agency has bought nearly 150 acres of land where a council hopes 12,000 homes will be built.
Police want witnesses after three people were reportedly robbed by a gang of five or six in the space of an hour.
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