A discount chain has confirmed it will be moving into a large empty shop, after M&S left more than two years ago.
The Ginetta GT Academy final round takes place this weekend - but Deal's Toby Trice has already wrapped up the Championship and is planning ahead.
News that phlebotomy services will stop at two hospitals has prompted fears from patients over longer waiting times.
Deal Town are making life easy for manager Derek Hares as their brilliant run continues.
A full survey of notorious shifting sands off Kent is being carried out to help stop vessels running aground.
A total £2,600 has been reaped by bus drivers in a fun day and football match following the death of a workmate from cancer.
Multiple schools in the county are warning parents not to let their children watch Netflix's new hit show Squid Game because of the violence.
A special group, headed by an MP and water company boss, has been set up to protect residents in hotspots from the misery of deluges.
Sunday charges and cashless payments are being introduced at several car parks.
The funeral takes place next week of a teacher whose career spanned four decades and who taught in Canada as well as Kent.
Primary school age children are going through police mini cadet courses, with the scheme spreading though Kent.
A Kent historian has published his first novel, about 18th century smugglers operating in his home town.
The location of murderer and rapist Wayne Couzens over the past 30 years is being traced to see if he was close to any cold cases.
Discarded grass and bramble cuttings are being collected again from homes by contractors after a two-month suspension.
A golf competition to help people with profound disabilities has raised more than £5,600 and another takes place shortly.
Sarah Everard's killer exchanged misogynistic, racist and homophobic material with police colleagues, it has emerged.
Police are looking into other crimes Wayne Couzens might have been involved in, while vetting in 2018 failed to flag up an exposure allegation.
Ambitious plans have emerged for a new inland surfing destination, which would provide waves all year round in the county.
Wayne Couzens at first denied knowing Sarah Everard before admitting kidnapping her for a gang in a bizarre interview at his home.
Wayne Couzens took his children to a woodlands near where he knew Sarah Everard's body had been dumped, a court has heard.
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