An antiques trader and pub landlord has been remembered after his death from pancreatic cancer.
A woman has been taken into custody after a man was treated for a stab wound following a late night attack.
A graffiti mural spray painted on a primary school over the Easter Holidays could be a Banksy.
An 18-year-old with learning disabilities has spoken out about an assault in which he was repeatedly kicked in the head by two young men.
A US fast food chain is due to open the doors of its first restaurant in Kent next month.
Immigration officials have been spotted in a town centre.
A host of Kent MPs have taken to the Commons to discuss the latest delay to a decision on the future of the county's rail services.
Jamie Day, the former boss of Ebbsfleet United and Welling, accepted a job with the Bangladesh national team without telling his other half.
A dad who went to university in the county has described the heartache of losing his family in the Sri Lankan bombings.
There are delays to trains and traffic congestion after a car crashed into level crossing barriers.
A driver has been rushed to hospital after an accident which has left a road blocked in both directions.
Rail passengers have been faced with long queues at the ticket office after a break-in at a station.
Former Kent MP Ann Widdecombe will be standing in the upcoming European Elections for Nigel Farage's Brexit Party.
Rail commuters have faced delays this morning after an ambulance had to be called to a station when a passenger was taken ill.
An 88-year-old ex-marine has impressed friends at a charity’s assisted living complex with his one-handed press-ups and fitness classes.
A former landlord of 20 years who turned his pub into a house has been ordered to convert it back by a council.
A conservationist is campaigning to end the release of lanterns and balloons from the seafront after seeing dead seagulls tangled in their remains.
A bereaved daughter believes a newly installed life ring could have saved her father’s life if one had been available when he needed it.
People have enjoyed a relaxing four-day weekend thanks to the Easter Bank Holiday, but should it have been five?
An electrician called police three times before he 'strangled' his drunken pal for five minutes, a court heard.