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I'm sure there was. When I was young, in the 1950s, there seemed to be a local paper for each (pre GLC) London Borough. I think that, in the 1940s, Kentish Town was in St Pancras near the border with Hampstead.
I haven't studied this link in detail but it may give you some leads. Could you enquire at Camden Public Libraries?
I think the Ham & High covers Kentish Town, and is still going.

They probably have archives available.

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