This is the story of a soldier put to death after two women were found dead on a beach.
Three men were sentenced to death for setting fire to a barn during The Swing Riots in 1830.
A swimmer has been found after an eight hour search in the Channel.
Two men have been arrested after a 17-year-old was stabbed.
A Kent MP has updated her constituents on her breast cancer treatment.
A platform has been closed while emergency services deal with an incident.
A burst water main is causing traffic problems in a coastal town.
A hospital has outlined plans to let some patients have visitors on certain wards.
Socially distanced celebrations take place as teenagers find out their A-level results.
A fundraising campaign to build a wall in the English Channel has gone viral - but all is not as it seems.
As calls are made for French authorities to help crackdown on migrant crossings, an image of people climbing over a sea wall has emerged.
Strict instructions to disperse were given to a large gathering of drivers and motorcylists by police officers.
An HGV driver is in custody after being arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after man in his 50s died on the A20.
The number of staff tested for coronavrius at each hospital trust in Kent has been revealed - exposing a postcode lottery for frontline workers.
We take another look in to the archive to see how much this town has changed over the decades.
Armed officers and the police helicopter are searching for a man after a woman was attacked.
Staff at The Marlowe Theatre have been told 30 members of staff are at risk of redundancy.
Anyone popping to the shops will have to wear a mask as of this Friday, but how are shopping centres preparing for the new rules?
Emergency services were called to woodlands after a man's body was discovered.
Two areas of Kent have reported no new coronavirus deaths in an entire week for the first time.
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Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.