A family is trying to raise £30,000 to help their daughter who was born with half her right arm missing.
An elderly man was rescued by three heroic onlookers as he attempted to rescue his beloved pet from the sea.
A meeting place is being set up where men and women can break the silence about "one of the last taboos".
UKC's Musical Theatre Society will be showcasing a half-century of Broadway to mark a theatre's 50th birthday.
Two women from Kent are among the millions challenging changes to their state pensions in London as the decision is taken to the High Court.
A riverside beauty spot blighted by drug users injecting themselves, people drinking and litter louts has been fenced off after a tireless campaign.
Porn stars, an ex-stripper and escorts will be opening up about the realities of working in the sex industry at a unique event.
Breastfeeding experts say mums are being given access to support every day of the week, a year on from changes to services.
A child has been seriously injured after being hit by a car while crossing the road on their scooter.
A teenager and middle-aged woman have been arrested after drugs were seized at a property following concerns from residents.
A busy road has been shut in both directions due to an overturned lorry.
Sledge-hammer wielding burglars targeted the same shop twice in a week.
An elderly man who cares for 29 cats is trying to find new homes for the moggies after finding himself unable to cope.
An ambitious plan to build a relief road across a river costing £30m has been submitted to council planners.
Two pre-schools - one of which was saved from closure by a group of parents - are celebrating excellent Ofsted results.
A sensory garden has been created in memory of a 12-year-old who died in a tragic accident.
A Good Samaritan given a parking ticket while dropping off donations to a charity shop is calling for compassion from over-zealous traffic wardens.
Controversial plans for 10 flats in a heritage area have been rubber-stamped at the second attempt.
Hundreds of ugly tags have been removed from the district's streets and buildings as part of a blitz on graffiti.
Councils across the county are being given a share of £4.4 million to help get rough sleepers off the streets.