The RSPCA is appealing for information after an unwell dog was found tied up outside a veterinary surgery.
Decibel tests are to be taken on the centuries-old clock chimes at a Kent church because of a single complaint from a neighbour.
A P22 gunboat - the only one still afloat out of a fleet of 23 - is moving home tomorrow and people are invited to join in the welcome party
A householder suffered 25% burns to his limbs from a bonfire.
A woman with a 14-year-old son was caught with hundreds of illegal images, including many of children, on an account linked to her email.
A man has suffered serious injuries after trying to start a bonfire using a flammable liquid.
A pub has been forced to shut its restaurant after two buses hit it over the course of the afternoon.
The chairman of a campaign group which has fought to stop the privatisation of a care home has said the public has been let down
Water from a nearby lake helped firefighters to extinguish an outbuilding fire but it had already been destroyed
Modern-day investigations into alleged electoral fraud have nothing on the Victorians when bribes and inducements were part and parcel of politics.
A Kent town's loveliest gardens will once again open to the public this weekend – and this year there is an added attraction.
The legendary band, who won a coveted BBC Lifetime Achievement Award, will play in Sandwich as part of the Folk in the Barn series
Army specialists were called in to a school after two pupils brought in a suspicious device as students sat exams.
Staff at a supermarket dressed in 1940s costume over a weekend.
From chilli and cheese to fruit and fizz, foodies will rejoice at the selection of delights on offer at a Kent Food Fayre
There was a lot at stake for two pubs in Deal who went head to head in a charity football match.
Community groups are calling on KCC to fulfil its obligations - by keeping and looking after a town's only council-owned care home for the elderly
The finishing touches are being put to a Kent museum ahead of its grand reopening on Saturday.
A Masonic Lodge in Kent is opening its doors to visitors in a bid to shake off its secret society image and attract new members
A wildlife park in Kent has announced the opening date of its second site as 2018.
Air raid sirens and the sound of gunfire will echo through Sandwich this weekend as the town hosts a new three-day event.
The power of shopping locally has been proven by the money given to community groups by a supermarket.
The fiance of a gay vicar is promising to hit back at critics of their wedding today following suggestions he must only be after his partner's money.
A ‘wear your pyjamas to nursery day’ was topped off with an Easter bonnet parade for youngsters at a Kent nursery
A museum, funded by Lottery money, is to be refurbished and reopened.
A retired vicar who is preparing to marry a man 54 years his junior has defended himself after being compared to Judas.
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