A council is looking for people to share their views on a new policy which could see traders have to get a security check.
Key NHS and emergency service workers have been treated to free meals, cakes and help from businesses and groups.
It’s World Table Tennis Day but Kent Paralympian Ross Wilson has more important things on his mind.
Police and paramedics were called to a riverside road where a man was found dead inside a vehicle.
The head of an insurance firm has donated hundreds to enable older people on Sheppey to keep updated with what is going on.
A woman has been released under investigation after she was arrested on suspicion of assault and assaulting four police officers.
The leader of a Kent council has written to residents thanking them for the way they have responded in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.
A video of two medics singing along to Journey's 1980 hit Don't Stop Believin' has proved popular with hundreds of thousands of views.
What is it like dealing with angry and rude shoppers? A Tesco manager shares an eye-opening extract from her no-holds barred diary from the frontline.
A council has been forced to justify staffing what it calls essential services after a number comments from the public.
Emergency crews were sent to put out a fire which spread up the outside of a house in a residential area.
One man has revealed what life is like to be quarantined in Barcelona amid the coronavirus crisis.
People expecting to have their garden waste collected have been told to think about starting a compost heap after a council cut the service.
It was 60 years ago today that Sheerness Dockyard closed and ripped the heart out of an entire community. The same thing later happened in Chatham.
Fire crews were dispatched to put out a blaze that is thought to have started from a fault in the electrics of a home.
A driver was left unscathed after crashing a car into a garden wall.
The police helicopter and armed officers have been sent out to look for a man reportedly with a weapon.
People who have been unable to submit their views on the closure of a care home will get another opportunity after the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus has claimed another victim as promoters have been forced to cancel a two-day Kent music festival planned for July.
A town centre Boots was cordoned off by police following an attempted break-in.