Naval, military and licensed buildings make up some of those featured in a new book offering a rare insight into the properties
An appeal for unwanted dolls - including those with matted hair and pen tattoos - is to help families already worrying about Christmas after Covid-19.
Gone were the congratulatory handshakes, instead headteachers dished out socially distanced elbow bumps to commend pupils this A-Levels results day.
The heartbroken wife and family of a motorcyclist who died in a crash have launched a Justgiving page to help pay for his funeral.
A rare chance to see the work of a volunteer gardening group can be had at a vacant piece of land opposite Deal Castle.
A total of 14 people have so far been rescued at sea this month as Walmer RNLI has announced its busiest start to August in years.
Major beach maintenance works have been suspended after the early arrival of diggers sparked a complaint from a resident.
A resident has blasted an authority for giving the go ahead on sea defence works in Deal during the holiday season.
Cars will be banned from driving through a former award-winning high street on one day of the week, it has been agreed.
Emergency services have been putting out a burning caravan.
As calls are made for French authorities to help crackdown on migrant crossings, an image of people climbing over a sea wall has emerged.
Market bosses are allowing more traders to return to their pitches after successfully trialling a Covid compliant reopening
New government funding could be the key to saving a struggling theatre and bolstering a fund collected from the community to help it beat Covid-19
Hopes an outdoor paddling pool could reopen this summer have been dashed.
A wife has told of her heartbreak and paid tribute to her husband who died in a crash while out on his motorbike.
A cash strapped theatre will benefit from a council increasing the cap on the grants it offers from £2,000 to £5,000 - but is it enough?
English Heritage is celebrating after its plans were approved allowing it to open a cafe opposite one of its castles.
When people call a lifeboat's coxwain a coward, there must be a story behind it
On the day when Deal Hospital Fete was supposed to be held, we look back at how the hospital first came into being
Italian lasagne, creamy curry and slow cooked pulled pork with fresh veg are among the dishes being sent out by volunteers from a new food aid group
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The Compassionate Community Awards 2020 recognise and celebrate the work of unsung heroes from across the borough of Maidstone.