Wednesday's (17 September) Full Council meeting of KCC reaffirmed a commitment to turn individual street lights back on if evidence is found showing its Safe and Sensible Street Lighting policy has a detrimental impact on crime or crashes.
Kent County Council's major World War One centenary exhibition - In Their Own Words: Voices of the First World War - tells the stories of real Kent families during the conflict which shook the world.
With your help, Lower Leas Coastal Park could be voted ‘Park of the Year' in this year's People's Choice Award.
While some people jetted off for their summer holidays this year, Shepway District Council did some jetting of its own.
Following the Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA) final order over the future of MyFerryLink Eurotunnel believe 'unalterable determination of the CMA' can sink MyFerryLink.
Canterbury Christ Church University’s first ever class of drama degree course students graduated on Tuesday (16 September).
By Karol Steele
This weekend only the bravest of birds will be flying over River, near Dover as the village is once again hosting its popular Scarecrow Trail.
By Ray Duff
With the commemoration in Chatham on the 22nd September marking the loss of three British cruisers, due to German submarine action in the early days of World War One, it is surely time to remember those local sailors who either survived the disaster or were sadly lost.