Weapons offence charges against four men from east Kent, which included having baseball bats and an axe in public, have been dropped.
Volunteer festival organisers have vented their frustration after being hit with a hefty fine for breaching advertising protocols.
A visitor attraction has gone on the market for £900,000 after a husband and wife teamed pulled out.
The ambulance service has apologised after an RAF veteran with cancer was left waiting hours for help after breaking his leg in a fall.
Officials are finalising plans for a 60-seat cinema located inside a school.
A man stabbed several times as he confronted terrorists has admitted having amphetamines in his home after police raided his caravan.
A councillor has branded the potential closure of an A&E department as a 'death sentence' for people living in a remote area of Kent.
One of Britain's best-loved character actors paid a visit to a seaside fish restaurant in the county.
Mystery surrounds why police armed with weapons were called to a High Street in the dead of night.
A pedestrian has been airlifted to hospital after being hit by a car.
An Asian hornet sighting has been confirmed in Kent, prompting an investigation into the whereabouts of the predatory insects’ nests.
Blueprints have surfaced showing plans to demolish a golf course’s clubhouse to make way for homes.
A woman priest who made history in Kent is set to give her final service at the weekend following a 'rollercoaster ministry'.
A popular Kent visitor attraction has announced it will close next month while new owners are sought for the second time in a year.
Lifeboat crews were called out to sea yesterday after a surfing kite was spotted floating without its owner.
A landowner hopes to sell a parcel of land for dozens of new homes - after failing to sell as a post-Brexit lorry park.
Bags of tarmac left on a road in a suspected fly-tip have turned out to be used for road repairs.
A father who died in a motorcycle crash has been described as a ‘very proud dad of four’ in a tribute by his family.
Coastguard crews were called to rescue a boat which had lost power after colliding with a Second World War temporary harbour.
Four men have appeared in court charged with weapons offences, including having baseball bats and an axe in public.