Did you know Kent had the UK's first silk farm? Here's the tale of the mulberry-munching silkworms who made silk for several queens' gowns:
Some of the music world's biggest names have shot promotional films for their hits in the county - we take a look back at some of the biggest.
With the recent disruption of Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis, we look back on the chaos caused by The Great Storm of 1987.
A woman was shocked to find an item she kept for 50 years could be worth a five-figure sum.
As we get set to welcome in 2020 we've been taking a look at the changing face of Kent over the past 10 years.
Pictures and stories of partygoers throughout the years have emerged as a much-loved nightclub shuts its doors - are you in one of these photos?
Shops, power stations and nightclubs have all closed this year for the final time.
Pictures of Royal Marines spanning over a century are being republished in a book to mark the corps' bond with a Kent town
A tour with a twist: Learn about Dickens' links with Kent, helped along by an eccentric guide.
From former opera houses, to police stations to car showrooms - each of the county's 23 Wetherspoon pubs has a fascinating history behind it.
Check out these 13 sites which used to be hospitals and what stands in their place now.
The story of a soon-to-be regenerated coach factory told by someone who worked there.
National Trust managers are appealing for help to put names to 15 mystery signatures in the visitors' book at Winston Churchill's former Kent home.
The man whose label launched The Damned, Ian Dury & The Blockheads and Madness picks his top 5 singles for us as he brings his one-man show to Kent.
Brass bands, a dog show, beer tent, and exhibition are attractions at an annual festival celebrating our mining heritage this Bank Holiday
Documents found in a church have revealed information about its parishioners and their standing in the community
Today is 90 years since a tragedy which left 15 people dead, including nine children.
A medic from Kent who took part in the D-Day landings was given a Victoria Cross for his courage.
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