Officers are investigating a report of rape in the Wallis Avenue area of Maidstone.
Kent Police received a call at 7.17pm yesterday evening.
Officers are continuing to carry out enquires and are urging anyone with information to contact them.
A new multi-million pound road scheme for Maidstone town centre has come into force. Major improvement works have been taking place since the summer to deal with gridlock on the town's gyratory system. This report by Tom Savvides includes reaction from the leader of Maidstone Council, councillor Fran Wilson.
In an incredible meeting of ancient civilizations and cutting edge technology - an egyptian mummy from Maidstone museum's collection has been carefully transfered to KIMS hospital in the town, to see what secrets a full body CT scan might reveal.
Researchers and radiologists also scanned the remains of mummified animal offerings from the museum's collection, and made a staggering discovery - one of the youngest mummified babies in the world.
Sarah Saunders went along to find out what happens when technology is used to reveal what lies beneath the bandages.
A 14 year old girl has gone missing from her home in Maidstone. Charlotte Dutton's disappearance was reporting to Kent Police at 5.10pm on Monday 17th October.
It is believed that Charlotte was last seen in the Fant area of Maidstone at about 8am on that same day. She was wearing a Maidstone Grammar School for Girls uniform.
Charlotte is white, 5ft 6ins tall with a slim build. She has short, dark brown hair and dark eyes.
Anyone with information can contact Kent Police by telephoning 101 and quoting 17-0982.
Now, forget cats and dogs. It seems there's a new animal companion in town. Yes, apparently goats can form excellent relationships with us. New research, using goats from Buttercups Sanctuary near Maidstone, shows they can pick up clues from our faces and act upon them. And we're not kidding as Tom Savvides now reports.
Parents and children have come out in support of a family battling for the Meningitis B vaccine to be given to all children - after their daughter died from the illness earlier this year.
An online petition calling for the move has become the most signed in Parliamentary history, following the death of two year old Faye Burdett in February.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Faye's parents Neil and Jenny, and Rachel Cattell, organiser of today's event.
A 39-year-old man who was arrested in Maidstone yesterday has been charged with five offences - two serious sexual assaults, false imprisonment, assault, and possessing cannabis.
Rafel Kafel, of Milton Street in Maidstone has been remanded in custody to appear at Maidstone Magistrates’ Court later today.
Yesterday police closed Upper Stone Street for a time and advised motorists to avoid the area.
The friends of a musician from Kent who died from a rare form of bone cancer are holding a fundraising event in her name.
Carey Lander from Woodnesborough near Sandwich was a keyboard player in the Scottish band Camera Obscura.
Now some of her friends are to hold 'CareyFest' at her old school in Maidstone in May to celebrate her life. Derek Johnson reports.
Police are hunting a pyjama-clad crook who robbed a petrol station dressed in a onesie.
A man entered a BP garage wearing a white onesie covered with black spots before taking cash from the till.
The incident happened after the suspect entered the premises on Sutton Road, Maidstone, Kent, at around 8pm on March 9 this year.
After entering the building, he shouted at staff to open the till before reaching across the counter and pulling it open himself.
Police said it was alleged that he was seen to be holding a knife at the time.
A quantity of cash was stolen before the suspect fled through an exit in the direction of Wallis Avenue.
Officers are appealing to anyone who may have seen anything suspicious or who saw anyone fitting this description to get in touch.
A 24-year-old man from Maidstone has been arrested in connection with the incident and has been released on bail pending further inquiries until April 6.
An urgent appeal is being issued to find a home for a lovable greyhound, who is looking for a home after hanging up his racing vest.
Yankee is currently being looked after by Greyhound Rescue West of England, in Maidstone.
Volunteers at the charity say the 4-year-old is very calm and well behaved.
GRWE believes there has been a reduction in the number of people able to offer homes to rescued dogs as a result of a national change in circumstances.
“Yankee is going to make a wonderfulcompanion for someone. He walks like a dream on the lead and settles well in the home. He’s in fabulous condition and with his gorgeous black coat he attracts admiring glances wherever he goes.
“Yankee has been passed fully fit by our vet and is neutered, micro-chipped and fully vaccinated. All he needs now is to find a home he can call his own. Greyhounds make great pets.
"We affectionately refer to them as the 40 mph couch potato as they really don’t need all that much exercise and like nothing better than a snooze on the sofa!”