Campaigners are striving to raise a last £160,000 to rescue a former country pub.
Plans to modernise a market square in a Kent town have been revealed.
Two letters have brought new year joy to east Kent barrister Eloise Marshall – they were the letters Q and C.
A retired vicar who hit the headlines for marrying a male Romanian model 50 years younger told of his heartbreak.
It’s a calendar highlight and also a tell-tale sign of Christmas when miniature donkeys pay a visit to a Kent care home.
Poems written by a retired teacher will not be left unread after his wife has pledged to publish them in his memory.
There is mounting concern over plans to ease congestion in a town which could force all traffic, including lorries, down a narrow lane.
Armed police were called after a man suffered facial injuries in a riverside shooting.
Campaigners working to save the traditional night-time clock chimes at a Kent church have announced they will not pursue an appeal.
Dying teen Elizabeth Adams will switch on the lights, and the event will give her siblings the chance to enjoy a day out as a family.
A centuries-old tradition will come to an end early next year after the owners of a church have been ordered to silence them overnight.
A resident has spoken out about the issue of speeding in a road after one driver ended up in a ditch.
A man has been arrested after a car crashed into parked cars and railings before ending up in a water-filled ditch.
A carnival queen is campaigning for understanding of autism.
A company that uses algae for health-promoting ingredients has expanded with a new laboratory.
Rail services have been forced to slow down after an unusual trespasser was spotted on the lines.
The cogs are in motion to make a gunboat, moored in Kent, into a trust and transform it into a Cold War museum.
Documents warn Kent will lose out on hosting the Open unless upgrades are made to nearby stations.
A nursery assistant found herself in a nightmare situation when her 20-year-old horse fell into a dyke.
Careful and wise management of a trust is saving residents from having to pay a higher rate of council tax.
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