The owner of a beauty salon feels the industry is being "ignored and disregarded" by politicians.
A writer and illustrator has produced a book showing appreciation for key workers and has also built a thank you gallery in his village.
A mother-of-three who retrained as a teacher has written a book for parents sharing the top teaching tips she wished she knew before.
A grassroots club has been left with a hefty bill after fencing was stolen and youths vandalised their dugouts.
An aerodrome is welcoming the public back, with coronavirus measures in place.
Natural England has opposed plans for 168 homes to be built in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A dental practice has enforced strict regulations for both patients and staff to make people as safe as possible as they return to the surgery.
Two teenagers fired catapults at a number of buildings.
Four years after a man linked to the murder of a pensioner was shot by police, the inquest is yet to take place.
The store was closed for a precautionary deep clean after a group of yobs claiming to have coronavirus harassed supermarket staff.
A father and son have created an art exhibition inspired by famous painters during lockdown.
Six fire engines are at the scene of a building fire and people living nearby have been told to keep their windows and doors closed as a precaution.
Demolition of existing buildings will kick-off construction of a much-anticipated supermarket, after plans were submitted more than eight years ago.
Police remained at the scene of a serious road smash this afternoon which saw one person rushed to a London hospital.
Horticultural firms are hoping to bounce back if the PM gives the green light for them to open their doors to gardeners this week.
A new app launched by the Campaign for Real Ale is connecting Kent breweries with drinkers seeking home delivery during lockdown.
A Bible discovered in Kent belonging to a World War Two Flight Sergeant has been returned to his family halfway across the world.
Those against a new housing development planned for an area of outstanding natural beauty say the village will be overcrowded and full of traffic.
A 29-year-old who grabbed a shopping assistant by the throat and threatened to kill them has been jailed.
Wine lovers can sample some Kentish produce during a tasting experience with a difference.
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