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
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.
A former tugmaster has shared his memories of the Second World War, having never forgotten what he experienced.
Kent has been home to a number of genuine pioneers who broke the mould and, for better or for worse, wrote themselves into the history books.
A lifelong resident has shared his memories and photos of the air raids that devastated his town.
A new book suggests a fire at one of Kent's most historic buildings could have been started deliberately.
After opposing the First World War, Labour's first candidate in a Kent town faced a tough battle for his beliefs.
A former tugmaster in the county has shared his memories of the Second World War as a boy, having never forgotten the things he saw.
It's been 10 years now since "The Wonder of Woolworths" disappeared from town centres up and down the country.
It has been ten years since Woolworths up and down the country closed, but one store still has its original signage up.
How to honour a VC hero was the question circulating Sittingbourne when the town learned of Lieut Donald Dean’s bravery at Christmas, 1918.
Residents have recalled the death and destruction caused by a lone bomber days before Christmas.
An iconic fixture of the town's coastline, The Grand features in Martin Easdown's recent book Fashionable Folkestone.
Fifteen-year-old Peter Rainer was one of the first on the scene when a bomber crashed near Ashford in the Second World War.
It could not be more prominently displayed but how many people stop to look at a lace panel hanging in the reception of Sheppey Healthy Living Centre?
Three weeks after the euphoria of the Armistice, many families mourned losses as they approached their first Christmas after the First World War.