A hand written card from celebrity gardener Alan Titchmarsh was among the 101 cards received by a centenarian.
Father Christmas is heading to town and one of his first stops will be at Martha Trust's Christmas Fayre.
A moped owner was taken to hospital after he was allegedly assaulted in a plight to retrieve his vehicle.
A foodbank which waited eight months for a promised grant will use it to set up a hot meal scheme with cafes.
Hundreds of homes, a 75-bedroom hotel, and a petrol station with a drive-through coffee shop have been earmarked for a business centre.
A convicted paedophile who lived as a recluse was found heavily decomposed after a community warden raised the alarm.
Council gritter drivers have shown off their questionable singing skills in a video parody of 'Ice Ice Baby'.
A generator is being used to supply electricity to a Spar shop after 24,000 litres of rain water flooded its cellar.
New plans have been submitted to build homes on a former plant nursery close to a secondary school.
From cricket balls to raging blazes, Ashes hero Geraint Jones has stumped us all with his latest career change announcement.
A golf day was held to celebrate the 355th anniversary of the formation of the Royal Marines corps at the venue of next year's Open Championship
A town mayor is calling for order at council meetings after a member demanded another “sit down and shut up”.
A man was taken to hospital after a collision which closed a road for three hours.
Images of stolen jewellery have been released by police investigating a daytime burglary.
A CCTV image of a man with distinctive facial hair has been released after a series of fuels thefts.
A new indoor market is set to bring a boost to Thursdays in one Kent town.
Seven people go on trial in February after pleading not guilty in charges over an anti-arms supply protest in August.
Seven people are due at a magistrates court following an anti-arms supply protest in August
Fresh pleas have been made to Kent's police and crime commissioner after 'hooded' burglars targeted a town's Spar.
A fisherman has slammed a council for its lack of maintenance after more dead fish continue to emerge on the surface of a watercourse.
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