A victim's bag containing medication was grabbed by a thief.
A suspected robber also accused of assault and criminal damage is due to appear in court.
Thousands of people got a taste of what it takes to be a firefighter at a fire station's open day at the weekend.
After losing £30 million in three years, Hornby's boss says there's a bright future with losses halved and new products coming thick and fast.
It was a busy weekend for lifeboat crews at one station with three callouts in two days including to two children stuck in the mud off the coast.
RNLI volunteers were called to help a sinking fishing boat off the Kent coast.
CCTV footage is being reviewed after nine deliberate fires in a Kent town.
A series of failings at a tower block, including fire safety issues, lasting more than four years have been exposed.
Three more teenagers have been arrested after a man in his 20s was stabbed in the neck and shoulder.
An exhibition of artwork by refugees highlighting their journeys to Kent is on display.
A woman has had a lucky escape after being forced to scramble up cliffs to avoid getting cut off by the tide.
Work on a multimillion pound park revamp have taken another step forward after workers arrived on site.
The first bronze sculpture produced by award winning artist Tracey Emin will go on display at a gallery in Kent next week.
Britain's best kitesurfers will be making their way to Kent this summer as it once again plays host to the final leg of a national competition.
A thieving drug addict who tried to break into a chemist was caught when he popped in to pick up a prescription and staff recognised him from CCTV.
Thousands of music lovers are set to descend for the return of the Wheels and Fins festival on a Kent beach later this year.
A man is due to appear in court with a string of alleged offences and reportedly stealing a games console from a flat.
Patients have just a few days remaining to sign up to join a panel allowing them to help decide the future of hospitals in east Kent.
Residents living next to a proposed stock car racing track say it would ruin the countryside.
Jay Saunders says the days of Margate paying silly money are over.