The 'ribbon' has been cut at the official opening of town centre public toilets which have been closed for years due to repeated vandalism.
A rockstar who was recently unmasked on ITV's The Masked Singer will be performing in Kent.
A train service has been suspended due to an obstruction on the route.
A woman ended up in hospital for nine days after her partner tore out her hair, broke her ribs and terrified her with a knife.
A pomegranate courier has been jailed after being caught with more than fruit in his truck.
This Morning chef Phil Vickery, who was born in Kent, has announced his split from presenter and author Fern Britton.
A man found with more than £1,000 of drugs and £3,000 in cash following a police raid has been jailed for three years.
Police have released CCTV images of two men following a late-night raid on a store.
A GP has announced the closure of his practice, which will see thousands of patients having to register elsewhere.
The locks have been removed from a row of beach huts as the council prepares to tear them down as part of seafront regeneration plans.
A group have unveiled a plaque to commemorate a piece of musical history in their town.
A 40-year-old Border Force worker has been arrested by officers from the National Crime Agency's anti-corruption unit.
The bomb squad rushed to a home in Kent after part of a wartime bomb was discovered in a garden.
A man was spotted near railway tracks in the early hours of the morning, prompting emergency services to scramble to the scene.
A popular town centre restaurant and cocktail bar is set to close suddenly after a takeover deal for new owners collapsed.
A drug dealer’s home was strewn with so many used hypodermic needles police were forced to abandon their search.
Work to create 84 attractive seaside homes, the first phase of a 1,000 home development, has now started.
A council will take over the running of a war memorial - which was unveiled by Prince Harry - at the cost of £6,000 a year.
Two cars were set on fire within the space of 30 minutes in the early hours of this morning, prompting a police investigation.
Boss Neil Cugley has called for Folkestone’s fans to get behind his side as they eye promotion to National League South.