The former chairman of the Deal Memorial Bandstand Trust has released an autobiography, featuring a first-hand account of the IRA bombing in 1989.
A victim had to be cut out of their car following a crash.
Video shows an air ambulance descending over houses towards a field to attend a medical emergency nearby
A disability charity faces a £30,000 funding deficit after the cancellation of two of its major fundraisers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A boutique owner has told of how her daughter hid under a bed as burglars stole about £18,000 worth of designer bags from her shop.
A man has been charged after two burglaries were believed to be linked.
Three of the county's seasides have been ranked in the top 10 resorts across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
They are treacherous sandbanks in the middle of the English Channel but when the tide is right, the Goodwin Sands are ripe for fun and games...
More than three quarters of a million pounds will be spent on more sea defences to protect homes in Kent for the future.
Police are reviewing CCTV after reports a man indecently exposed himself to people on a seafront.
A 44-year-old man has been arrested after a daytime burglary in which cash and jewellery was reportedly stolen.
The county's rich supply of coal meant it was once a Mecca for miners. We look at the history of an industry that has left its mark on Kent.
A historic concrete pillar left tilting towards a road after a drink driver crashed into it has been rebuilt.
A man has been jailed after police caught him with over £300,000 in two carrier bags in the boot of his car.
An updated version of a Royal Marines picture book has been republished and is finally available after a three month coronavirus related delay.
A new coffee wagon which has divided opinion at a historic beauty spot is now being powered by solar and gas to win over its critics.
A theatre boss has described the chance to get council funding as a potential 'lifeline' days before a petition is delivered to the Town Hall
A new homes scheme on farm-land near the discovery of an Iron Age warrior has failed to convince planning chiefs to give it the go ahead
A fundraising scheme paused due to the closure of businesses during the coronavirus pandemic is preparing for its relaunch.
Government cash has paid for 26 new bike stands to be installed in the hope they'll attract more cyclists and less car journeys
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