Monday Dec 2
Shepway council pulls plug on loud reggae music from flat in Dover Road, Folkestone
A man who played reggae music so loud from his Folkestone flat it could heard above traffic has had his stereo equipment seized by Shepway District Council.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Women tell court Folkestone PC Stephen Hughes texted and phoned women asking for sex
Four women have claimed a married police officer made advances to them after he came into contact with them during investigations.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Saga based in Folkestone will be floated on the stock market within...
The boss of Saga will float the company within two years with employees based in Kent set to get a cut from the move, it has been revealed.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Proposals to close Folkestone harbour branch line by Network Rail...
Campaigners fighting to save Folkestone's historic harbour railway branch say they will not be deterred after Network Rail announced its intention to close the line and station.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Folkestone man Brian Sharp appears at Canterbury Crown Court charged...
He will enter his plea in March next year and a provisional trial date was also set by Judge Adele Williams for June 2014.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Remembrance Line Association unveils ferry and train vision for Folkestone Harbour
A vision to preserve the Folkestone Harbour railway and relaunch a ferry service from the port has been unveiled by a heritage group.
The Independent & Free Press
First World War quilt returns almost 100 years later
A quilt created by the Georgetown Women's Institute in 1915 is now on display in the Georgetown Branch of the Halton Hills Library.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Plan for 36-mile coastal walk is now a step closer
An England Coast Path is becoming a reality as the next step has been made in proposals for a 36-mile coastal route from Folkestone and Ramsgate.