The latest in Sandwich's controversial road closure saga is that one thoroughfare will again be shut off to cars.
Wall repairs and new lighting are just the start of an extensive works programme to make Sandwich Sports and Leisure Centre fit for use.
The temporary closure of four roads in Sandwich has been called off in a surprise U-turn by council officials.
The head teacher at a historic grammar school has refuted claims it is in discussions with developers over the future of its boarding houses.
An online survey has found that 90% of businesses support a town's temporary road closures put in place to help springboard shops back to life.
A senior rugby team has discovered a way to beat the lockdown match ban while preparing for its upcoming season.
A reopened wildlife park in Kent is already reviewing its visitor capacity following a successful first day back in business.
With its narrow pavements and medieval buildings, how will the historic town of Sandwich cope with 21st century social distancing?
When an MP heard of a constituent's battles with Batten Disease, he came out in support in an orange tie on International Batten Disease Awareness Day
The new owners of a leisure centre have launched a £30,000 fundraising campaign to pay towards £250k repairs and protect its future use
A former Kent student and vocalist has produced a series of soothing and angelic meditations to help people de-stress and drift off to sleep
Banners demanding justice for police choking victim George Floyd appear over a flypast as his death is announced as a homicide
Coronavirus has contributed to a perfect financial storm at a grammar school which could force closure of its boarding accommodation
Messages of thanks have appeared on train boards across the county this morning.
An emergency response was sparked when a small bonfire led to a large area of grass being set alight at a conservation area.
Scientists working in the same labs where Viagra was discovered say they have found a molecule which can treat coronavirus.
Specialist firefighters have rescued a horse which was stuck in a muddy ditch.
A leisure centre whose sports facilities are used by a secondary school and various clubs has confirmed it will not reopen after lockdown.
Organisers of a popular Kent Folk & Ale festival have announced July's 10th anniversary event has been postponed until next year
A former East Kent Mercury Shop worker who loved her job will be remembered for her kindness.
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