A former top sports manager is to appear before magistrates accused of a string of theft and fraud charges totalling almost £8,000.
Toothbrushes, toy soldiers and fake false teeth were among items collected during a clean-up at Garrison Point.
A three-day creative bow to the Vikings took place at the weekend as part of the Sheppey Promenade Festival.
National pub chain Wetherspoon has confirmed it has bought an empty shop in Sheerness and hopes to create 40 jobs in the town.
A Sheppey coastguard rescue officer who joined to follow in his father’s footsteps has been honoured for 30 years’ service.
Firefighters who tackled a huge blaze which left youngsters fighting for their lives are today being praised for their bravery.
More than 28,000 meals have been dished out to help struggling Islanders in the last 18 months.
Two campaigners battling to prevent more houses being built on the Island say Swale council's latest plan is seriously flawed.
The Island’s buccaneers are a generous, rather than ferocious, bunch.
A charity administrator has made a heart-felt appeal for help after revealing it is in desperate need of funds.
An award-winning company is hoping to build a solar park on a 55-acre site in Minster.
The wait is over for Islanders looking forward to an annual three-day celebration of Sheppey’s history and heritage.
A terminally ill mum is to renew her wedding vows as an everlasting gift to her husband.
Work is progressing well on the restoration of a unique Sheppey house.
The opening of a 10,000 square metre site will see medication for one of the world's most common diseases manufactured there.
Swale council is looking to reward dog owners who pick up after their pet with a new scheme called bag it, bin it, win it.
A Minster tot was taken to hospital after the tube used to feed her became dislodged.
A former Minster College pupil is living the Bollywood dream.
This year’s Sheerness Times Guardian Cute Kids’ competition has started.
A tug has been brought in to remove a sailing barge which struck the Kingsferry Bridge at Sheppey this morning.
Sheppey Rugby Club is “days away” from hearing whether an application to transform its Lower Road headquarters has been successful.
A Sheerness mum says it is a constant worry that the department of the hospital which treats her daughter could close.
A couple retiring from running a village post office after more than 25 years have thanked their customers, and said they are sad to be going.
It is hoped a ‘potentially substantial’ cash injection could help make more of Sheerness and its history.
Veteran councillor Adrian Crowther has thanked residents for their support while he was ill in hospital and said he has been “lucky”.
Rogue cricket balls are causing a headache for residents… and for the sportsmen who are hitting them.
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