Plans for a Costa in Faversham town centre are back...but so are the protesters.
A burglar climbed an eight foot wall to steal just £17 from a charity garden that supports vulnerable people in the community.
A teenage girl has been shot in the face by an attacker taking potshots with what's believed to be a mini-crossbow.
The entire England rugby squad have signed a shirt to be sold at auction to raise money for life-saving treatment for Roisin Kelleher.
When they appeared before the toughest guy in Hollywood one band got goosebumps... but faced the music in true style.
An imaginative grandad has written an erotic novel based in the quiet market town of Faversham.
Stem cell match offers lifeline to brave Roisin as she looks forward to life-saving treatment.
A man was taken to hospital and two men arrested after a suspected stabbing in the early hours of this morning.
Only the Young have been kicked off the X Factor after receiving the least amount of votes in tonight's show.
A borough councillor is encouraging people in Faversham to come forward as an independent candidate in the next town council elections.
A controversial resolution which could close thousands of pubs across the country will NOT affect Sheps' boozers.
The founder of the Faversham Society and well-known town stalwart, Arthur Percival, has died.
Protesters could lose their battle against 200 houses, pub/restaurant, business and 70-bed hotel proposed for heart of Kent countryside.
Kent's Bob Geldof has enlisted the help of One Direction and Ed Sheeran to recreate Do They Know It's Christmas in aid of the Ebola crisis.
An annual fishing trip proved near fatal for a Kent angler after he caught more than he bargained for... a deadly disease.
An application has been made for a 150-cover Marstons pub and restaurant on major road.
A series of accidents during rush hour have caused tailbacks on a motorway this morning.
The family of a 31-year-old man who died in a crash on Friday have paid tribute to him after he was named by police today.
A new training programme focused around the Creek will soon be open to unemployed people in Faversham.
A Faversham historian is campaigning for lorries to stop using historic, narrow streets as a rat-run to get across town.
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