Highways teams have set up a bizarre 52-mile diversion route during overnight closures on one of Kent's busiest junctions.
Major delays were reported after a motorway was closed in both directions.
Faversham boss James Collins says his side will get better but sometimes you have to go backwards to go forwards.
Officers are investigating after a man carrying a large axe destroyed a sign of Faversham parliamentary candidate Helen Whately.
A team of Kent pupils have accelerated beyond rivals from across the globe to lift the world champions trophy at the F1 in Schools contest.
Drivers faced delays following a crash involving several vehicles on a busy motorway.
Firearms officers were called to help find a man after a reported robbery.
Campaigners opposing plans to build Britain's biggest solar farm hope enough has been done to stop it being approved.
Lilywhites boss James Collins insists it is going to be a long journey ahead as he gets to grips with his new job.
A woman accused of being controlling and coercive towards her spouse has been cleared by a jury.
A stunning Grade-II listed church is up for sale after being converted into a two-bedroom home.
A sparkling programme of entertainment for the town's Christmas lights switch-on has been revealed ahead of the event.
A "much-loved" cherry tree in a public park will no longer be chopped down after a petition received almost 2,000 signatures.
A man says he has been on the receiving end of "a crescendo of physical and verbal abuse" from his wife.
A man was allegedley subjected to "systematic physical and verbal abuse” by his wife.
New Lilywhites boss James Collins has started making changes at Faversham Town.
An exchange student from Kent has shunned advice to fly home from Hong Kong despite her university campus being "destroyed".
A 700-year-old artefact described as a town's 'birthright' could be sold off by the council - with an estimated price tag of £20 million.
An extremely thin cocker spaniel with a potentially fatal disease has been rescued after being cast aside by his owners.
A historic village church with just seven regular attendees could be forced to close its doors for good due to a shortage in funding.