A family caravan business has re-opened after lockdown with a third generation now in charge.
As the UK marks Dying Matters Awareness Week, a hospice social worker has written a book to help children understand their feelings of bereavement.
Rain could not deter a community's determined litter-pickers.
Officers want to hear from anyone who saw the man in black.
At the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, we speak to a man who has set up a group where men can share their struggles.
Reports of a weapon resulted in the arrest of two men after armed police were called to an incident outside a property in the early hours.
A man is said to have indecently exposed himself to a child near a play area.
We reveal the story of the Kent Chronicle - which posed as a legitimate online news service by stealing stories by genuine reporters.
Six year old Tony Hudgell has completed his challenge to walk 100 steps unaided in memory of Captain Tom Moore.
A youngster who challenged himself to walk 100 steps on his prosthetic legs in a tribute to Captain Sir Tom reached the halfway mark in just one day.
Fast food giant McDonald's is bidding to make its newest restaurant in the county a round-the-clock destination for burger lovers.
A water company working to fix a burst sewage pipe says emergency repairs are likely to carry on over the bank holiday weekend.
A scout group is devastated after the firm constructing their new HQ collapsed with building work barely started.
A police helicopter was called to search for possible suspects after a lorry was broken into.
Fire engines were called after a blaze in a garden, which spread to fencing and cars parked nearby.
Police are hunting the brute who killed Caesar - the third cat to die in six weeks at the hands of a sick pet mutilator.
All traffic is being temporarily held from J1 to J3 on the M25 due to an accident.
A renewed bid for a proposed housing development has once again been met by strong opposition.
Business owners say they have lost trade and even seen people urinating in the streets after the council closed four public toilets.
A milk man has offered to deliver the dairy product to a 93-year-old man, after the widower's supplier moved to an online only service.
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