25 July 2020
Here is a look-back at the Maidstone River Festival over the years with all its fun-loving activities on the water.
24 July 2020
In the absence of this year's carnival parades, we're celebrating the county's events which have been loved and lost and those still going strong.
23 July 2020
We take a look behind the scenes of how a TV company put Kent on the map and became a regular home to Kylie Minogue and Take That.
22 July 2020
Signatures of the biggest stars can sell for thousands of pounds - but one expert warns today's autograph market is a 'minefield'.
21 July 2020
Kent has lots to celebrate today, including its Blue Flag beaches, so we've taken a look back at how the county's seaside towns have changed.
20 July 2020
From defending alleged Broadwater Farm looters to jailing from her kitchen this judge has seen a lot - we spoke to her about the most infamous cases.
19 July 2020
Eight years after the Olympic torch came to Kent, we've delved into the archives and dug out 101 pictures and stories detailing the historic occasion.
18 July 2020
Bones, teeth and coffins are scattered in a place off the Kent coast but few know the reason they are there - this is the story of Deadman's Island.
17 July 2020
From a brutal murder to tourists on tandem tricyles, here's the fascinating history of pilgrimages in Kent.
16 July 2020
As plans for the 'UK's answer to Disneyland' go out to public consultation, we look at the chequered history of the London Resort scheme.
15 July 2020
Built amid the glitz of Art Deco Britain, the future of a former cinema turned bingo hall now set for closure was far less glamorous.
15 July 2020
As July marks the harvesting season for lavender farmers in Kent, we take a look at why the plant grown here is in such high demand across the world.
14 July 2020
From pop-art dresses, shoulder pads and platforms shoes, a Kent museum set to reopen is showcasing fashion favourites with a trip down memory lane.
13 July 2020
A multi-million pound 600-year-old charity founded by two medieval knights has stood the test of time to provide vital river crossings for centuries.
13 July 2020
We take a look back at the history of some of Kent's former cinemas and see what they have become.
12 July 2020
As the 75th anniversary of a freak accident nears and plans are made to honour the servicemen who perished, we tell their story.
11 July 2020
The closure of Chatham Dockyard in 1984 ended 400 years of shipbuilding in the Towns, but the legend of the dockyard will never die.
10 July 2020
Discover the history of the time-honoured agricultural event which has been synonymous with the south east for nearly a century.
09 July 2020
From Sheerness Aquarena to Clifton Baths, we've looked back at a selection of Kent's swimming pools and lidos which have been loved and lost.
08 July 2020
In 1915 George Smith hanged at Maidstone Prison after being convicted of three of England's most notorious murders - 105 years on this is his story.
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