We take a look at how the tentacles of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr reached all the way across Kent.
For the first time, the full story of how “The Godfather” ended up falling in love with Kent can be revealed.
As a coffee chain looks to open in a former Woolworths, we take a look at what replaced the high street giant after it vanished from our high streets.
It’s easy to think freak shows died out in Victorian London – but they lived on and Kent would host them well into the 20th century.
We take a look back at some of the most fascinating archaeological discoveries in Kent found, quite literally, beneath our feet.
From presidents having to prove their religious devotion to anti-abortion laws – did Kent plant the seeds of modern America?
The assassination of a man who helped put road rage killer Kenneth Noye behind bars remains a mystery more than 20 years later.
A man who survived the blast due to a late start recalls the devastating IRA bombing at Deal in 1989.
We look back at the heyday of beer-making, when brewery drivers drank all day and apprentices were rolled around in barrels.
The family of a Kent man killed on 9/11 have spoken of the tragedy that turned their world upside down.
To mark the 10th anniversary of Britain’s biggest-ever-pile-up we spoke to those injured and involved in the Sheppey Crossing crash.
We have all visited the county’s big shopping centres – but have you ever asked yourself what used to be on the sites upon which they now stand?
After the launch of its latest Kent venue, we look back at the rich history and humble beginnings of a famous ice cream shop.
Is size really everything? For smartphones it seems to be – but we can’t make our minds up whether bigger or smaller is better.
We look back at some of the County Town’s favourite lost restaurants, including one in a reputed former mortuary.
From air fryers to flat caps and flamingos – John Lewis has identified 12 products it thinks define our shopping habits over the last 10 years.
The most popular Christmas toys to have topped children’s wish lists since 1973 have been revealed by Argos – but how many of them do you remember?
Our columnist recalls one seaside town’s beachside amusement park – once a must-visit destination.
Debate has raged for centuries over which pub is the oldest in the county – here we look at those with the strongest claims...
Once it pulled in thousands of visitors – now a short walk will take you along one of the most remarkable history-rich promenades in the country.
The county was plunged into mourning a quarter of a century ago after an emergency chopper crashed, killing three, just a minute away from its base.
Did you attend Radio 1’s summer roadshows when they headed into the county? On their 50th anniversary, we speak to the man behind them.
Remember when children used to cycle everywhere with their friends? Why have attitudes changed so dramatically?
Does anyone use a map any more? Our columnist looks at how in-car tech has changed but asks do we know in which direction we’re all heading?
Our columnist looks back to a not-so-distant payment era when cheques were king.
Our change in attitudes to tattoos over the decades has left our columnist with a dilemma after his kids revealed they want to get ‘inked’.
It’s not cheap at £195 per person, so is this steam train journey through the Garden of England – with champagne all round – worth the expense?
Our columnist looks back at when Woolworths ruled the high street and asks would it survive if revived today?
Our columnist recalls his trip to one of Kent’s most memorable long lost attractions – the Fantaseas water park.
As Kent celebrates King Charles’s coronation we look at how the county marked his mother’s big day in 1953 when she was crowned Queen 70 years ago.
Recalling the past through old pictures of our town centres is one thing...but Indiana Jones at 80 – surely that’s taking nostalgia too far?
A nurse who worked at an institution once known as a "lunatic asylum" has recalled some of the "dark moments" that have stayed with them ever since.
Comics like the Beano and Dandy were once a weekly dose of escapism - albeit with some behaviour traits which have probably changed over the years.
From Grange Hill to Monkey, Animal Magic to Dogtanian - our columnist looks back at the changing face of children's TV.
These pictures show some of the great nights that were had at venues across the county over the years. How we wish we could have one more boogie...
The precursor to the coastguard was a brutal organisation which waged war against smugglers - often leaving our beaches drenched in blood.
Can you spot yourself or someone you know in our amazing archive photos taken at much-loved pubs across the county?
With Cadbury announcing it is discontinuing a chocolate in its Easter range we take a look at 11 other bars we've loved and lost over the years.
We take a look at the timeless story of one of Britain's most well-known and heartbreaking love triangles which left two of its protagonists dead.
As a second series on the Brink's Mat drama is confirmed, here we separate fact from fiction, and ask: "Who was the real Kenneth Noye?"
Thousands were made homeless, businesses and homes destroyed, and livestock drowned in one night of misery 70 years ago.
Buying records once required a bit of effort - today a jab of the thumb delivers everything. Remember when a trip to Our Price was necessary?
It might feel cold today but it's nothing compared to the Big Freeze of 1963, when the average temperature was -2.1C and the sea froze in Kent.
Many of our towns and villages were forever shaped by bombs dropped during the war. We look at some of the key sites hit and what is there now.
We speak to people who remember the Beatles trips to Kent 60 years ago.
In the summer of 1988, ferry bosses were given just an hour to prepare for the surprise arrival of one of the music world's biggest ever stars.
These incredible archive photos show how different life was in Kent in the 1950s - and how huge changes were just beginning.
You can now search KentOnline's story archive by date - going back more than 20 years - by using our new digital calendar.
When an out-of-town sports bar opened in the 1970s, the man behind the venue had no idea it would become home to sports stars and become world-famous.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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