Firefighters were sent to rescue a man from the River Stour early this morning.
A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital after a crash with a lorry on a busy bypass.
Emergency services were sent to the scene of a two-car collision that shut a main road in both directions.
Fire crews freed two people trapped after a two-car crash.
A public meeting will be held to try and dissuade a resident from pursuing his complaint about the level of noise from historic church clock.
Six people have been left unemployed after a nursery school lost its fight to stay open.
A judge issued a stark warning to a mother convicted of possessing extreme pornography and child sex images after giving her a suspended sentence.
A record-breaking attendance at this year’s Open has reminded Kent authorities that transport links must be improved before the tournament returns.
A top secondary school has been forced to shorten its hours on a Friday due to crippling budget cuts.
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
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