Documents found in a church have revealed information about its parishioners and their standing in the community
Jess Glynne may have let down her Kentish fans, but these superstars turned up and put on quite the show.
A 98-year-old woman has told how she was imprisoned by the Nazis, performed in front of Hitler and escaped to England.
Fluorescent lights, pounding music and queuing in the cold are among the things people will remember from a nightclub being turned into a restaurant.
An historic water lift - due to be revamped - will not open before 2020, redevelopment bosses have confirmed.
The great nephew of a First World War soldier killed in action has struggled to have his name properly recorded.
A luxurious steam train is taking guests on the ride of their life - and it's all for charity.
A historic mystery about Roman pottery found off the Kent coast has been turned into a kids' animation which will be used in local schools.
The grandson of a soldier caught up in the siege of Kut is seeking support for a memorial campaign.
After the fire which wrecked Notre Dame, the story of Canterbury Cathedral's own blaze drama is revealed.
Dean Hollands had dug into the County Town's past and found a lot to be proud of - and some things less so.
It's 60 years since the closure of one of Kent's biggest visitor attractions - Maidstone Zoo.
A group of historians have pledged to remember the names of those who lost their lives fighting.
A clock, hanging over a Kent shop, has featured in the history of five businesses after it was made by a Dover watchmaker
When a writer called a town 'villainous', 'filthy' and 'upon the perish' something had to be done to make the most of its best asset: the seafront
It's been three years since a beloved Kent clubbing haunt perished in a fire.
Sir Winston Churchill's Nobel Prize for Literature will now be permanently display at his family home in Kent, thanks to three years of fundraising.
Boatmen soon cottoned on that they could charge heavily for sea rescues - and that discovery soon led to some sharp bargaining which led to the courts
Thirty two years of mourning the victims of the Herald of Free Enterprise have not mended the tear in Dover's heart that the tragedy created.
Tesco employs thousands of people across Kent but its relationship with the county has not been without controversy over its 100-year history.