A historian's new book reveals some of Deal's best kept secrets with a vast selection of pictures old and new.
As a consultation launches on an appointment system for using recycling sites, a council pledges any measures won't be strict like in lockdown.
Rising numbers of organisations in east Kent are coming forward to back people from Afghanistan fleeing the Taliban.
People needing help with finances, family issues, benefits, and a raft of other topics can get it at a new location.
Asylum seekers, lorry queues and Brexit have put the world's attention on a Kent town but reporter and resident Sam Lennon explains why he never left.
Updated play equipment, outdoor exercise machines, a dog walking area and an orchard are among options for a play park.
Neighbours are fighting a planned development, which they fear could block the movement of emergency vehicles.
A temporary high street pedestrianisation that allowed for social distancing on busy Saturdays has 'ceased suddenly'.
A picturesque wedding venue has applied for a licence to put on plays, films and dance shows.
Members of a social group, kept apart during the pandemic, have finally met again after a total 500 days.
When flood water seeped into a museum, volunteers got to work with buckets, towels and a make-shift pump.
A property which can trace its roots as a pub back to the 1800s is now for sale as a stunning modernised home - and still comes with a bespoke bar.
Everybody is welcome at a skate event hoped to encourage more people to grab a board and have a go at the sport.
Mourners lined the road to pay their respects as a cortege for the funeral of a lifboatman passed.
A man has been arrested after police received reports a man was seen with a weapon.
From Amadeus to Atomics, the glory days of clubbing across the county have been captured on camera.
The Home Office wants to provide temporary accommodation for those arriving in small boats across the Channel, ending the use of hotels.
A dad is running the London Marathon in memory of his mum and to say thanks to the hospice that cared for her.
A criminal investigation has been launched after a man died after a boat carrying him and 36 others sank in the Channel.
One person flown to hospital after being rescued from a sinking vessel has died.
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