A week of free drama performances is again taking place at The Anselm Studio Theatre in Canterbury.
Kent Police which was appealing for information after a man was reported missing in Dover have reported that he has been found safe and well this afternoon.
A 65-year-old man from Folkestone has been banned from drinking and begging in parts of Shepway and within Canterbury’s city walls.
Kent Police are appealing for witnesses to an alleged assault at traffic lights on Canterbury Road, Hawkinge.
A parcel of land in Hythe, claimed to have been 'overgrown', is to receive what has been described as a makeover for spring. Please tell us what you think and whether the money could have been better spent.
By Ray Duff
An exhibition originally staged in the foyer of the fishermen's church St Peter's on the Durlocks has been moved to Folkestone library.
Kent Police is appealing for witnesses to two reported assaults which took place in Herne Bay on Sunday 24 January.
World Executive Airways, a division of Lyddair, has pegged its exclusive hospitality charter packages to the chic French resort of Le Touquet at 2015 prices, offering a great-value corporate day out with a continental twist.
Kent County Council is to consider a return to all-night street lighting after a consultation showed a majority of residents were in favour of the change.
By Susan Carey
Parishioners and representatives of the local community gathered at Elham church on Tuesday, 2 February, to welcome the Reverend Jane Weeks as their new vicar.
The fourth annual Plimsoll Day in Folkestone, to celebrate the life and work of Samuel Plimsoll, who successfully campaigned for the painting of a line on ships to prevent overloading is taking place next week.
Leading property regeneration company U+I is developing plans to bring forward more than 800 homes and new amenities across two sites in Ashford with a total gross development value (GDV) of £180 million.
Officers have released an image of a man and woman who may be able to help in their investigation into an alleged purse theft, which is reported to have taken place in a supermarket car park in Sturry Road, Canterbury, between 3.30pm and 4pm on Wednesday 13 January.
Extra automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras, commonly referred to as 'spy' cameras, are to be installed across the county's road network this year.
Officers have released an image of a man, who may be able to assist in their investigation into an alleged theft of a mobile phone which is reported to have taken place in Folkestone.
Visitors to Howletts, Kent’s award winning wild animal park are guaranteed the real deal this February half term, from Saturday 13th February to Sunday 21st February 2016, with a host of free activities and animal talks taking place every day.
Kent Police is to receive a funding boost after Police and Crime Commissioner Ann Barnes’ proposed council tax precept increase was approved this week.
A new online service to make it easier to apply for bankruptcy prompts a warning from Canterbury law firm Furley Page that a rash decision could have a serious impact on your life.
A Canterbury man who pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and failing to provide a breath specimen has been banned from driving.
By Hawkinge Town FC manager Jake Taylor
On Saturday we welcome local rivals New Romney, who are a club we would like to emulate in terms of its achievements, stability and history. With New Romney being formed in the early 20th Century it is quite amazing that the club are still around and going strong.