A 34-year-old man has been jailed after admitting breaking into his ex-girlfriend's house and taking a laptop, contraceptive pills and a lighter.
Paschal Wall, of Whiting Crescent, in Faversham split up with his partner, a woman in her 30s last year.
When he discovered she was in a new relationship he started to contact her repeatedly.
Wall was sentenced to 18 months in prison at Maidstone Crown Court after he pleaded guilty to one count of burglary on January 26.
He was also issued with a two-year restraining order preventing him from approaching his ex-partner.
A memorial stone has been unveiled in Faversham town centre in honour of the town's war First World War hero, Lieutenant General Sir Philip Neame VC.
Sir Philip was awarded the Victoria Cross in honour of his heroic actions during a battle in Neuve Chapelle, France.
The stone was officially unveiled by Lieutenant General Sir Mark Mans, the Chief Royal Engineer.
"He was a great man in so many ways," said Sir Mark, "and the Royal Engineers are delighted that the country has seen fit, in this centenary anniversary of his VC award, to recognise his achievements in this grand manner in his home town.”
Nine people have been injured in a crash involving three vehicles on the M2 in Kent. It happened between Junction 6 at Faversham and Junction 5 at Sittingbourne just after 7:30pm last night.
Rescue crews say there were eight walking wounded and one woman was rescued from her vehicle.
Following the death of a teenager from Kent, a heart screening programme has been taking place in Faversham today. Six years ago young, fit Jack Maddams died in his sleep, days before his 18th birthday, from an undiscovered heart defect.
Since then his parents have fundraised tirelessly to raise money for the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young to pay for public heart screenings and prevent other families suffering the same loss.
Every week in the UK at least 12 apparently fit and healthy young people die of undiagnosed heart conditions.
Sarah Saunders spoke to Janet and Roger Maddams and Dr Harshil Dhutia.
Two men have been arrested and suspected stolen property seized in Faversham, in Kent.
PCs Preston Frost and Darren Reed were on patrol when they stopped a man who they believed was acting suspiciously by a bus stop in Napleton Road, Faversham.
A short time later, a second man was arrested and officers seized a number of items that they suspect were stolen from a burglary in Newton Road, Faversham on Thursday, 27 March 2014.
Two men, aged 36 and 24, have been arrested on suspicion of burglary. They have been bailed while investigations continue.
A car has crashed into a house after a collision involving three vehicles. A van driver was taken to hospital following the accident on the A2 in Faversham. He's not thought to be seriously injured.
The M2 is closed has been both directions between Sittingbourne and Faversham to allow emergency roadworks to a section of carriageway.
It's understood that a sinkhole up to 15 metres deep has opened up on a central reservation.
Traffic is being diverted via the M249 and A20. It's expected that the closure could last for 24 hours
12-week-old blind puppy Belle was abandoned in a Kent park. A member of the public brought her to Happy Endings animal centre in Faversham.
The animal centre says that this time of year is especially busy but it is crucial the pup gets the medical attention she needs. David Johns speaks to Kate Arrowsmith, Vet; Chris Johns, Animal Sanctuary Founder; and Liz Vallance, Animal Fosterer.
Visit www.happyendingsrescue.org for more information or call 01795 530371
There's been a partial reprieve for the Minor Injuries unit in Faversham.
Faversham Cottage Hospital was due to close in March after NHS commissioners said they were unable to find anyone to run X-ray services.
But, following a meeting with two hundred people, health bosses have confirmed it will now stay open for a further six months.