The Kent County News has a long history, stretching back to the late 1700s. Each week, we take a look back into history as it was documented in our pages.
In the Clyde Edgerton novel "Lunch at the Piccadilly," L. Ray, a mover and shaker resident of a nursing home, proposes “a worldwide movement that will work to make churches and nursing homes interchangeable.”
For those of you who were wondering what you were going to do for circus entertainment now that the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus has closed, there is some good news.
A reader recently complained of the divisiveness of which I am also tired. But, no one’s hands are around his throat. If watermen set back and hope for fairness, they will be remembered for not standing up for themselves.
Good morning distinguished guests, friends and family, and the Class of 2019. We have worked very hard the past 13 to 14 years of our lives to get here, the precipice of the “real world.” The moment we exit this gym today, we’ll have begun the frightful journey of adult life. This is the poi…
For nearly 50 years the federal Clean Water Act’s definition of which water bodies are protected from pollution has enabled states and local communities to safeguard our nation’s rivers, streams, wetlands and other waterways.