Closing a Christmas market in the eleventh hour was "the right decision" and "in the public interest" according to councillors.
A warning of cautious optimism has been given as coronavirus cases drop in the county.
Plans to use government funding for more pop-up cycle lanes have been called unimaginative.
The 70 beds at three 'hot homes' for care home residents being discharged from hospital with coronavirus are now more than half full.
Extra staff have been drafted in to deal with the number of deaths being referred to the coroner's office.
Cash-strapped nurseries are welcoming much-needed financial support from the government amid the pandemic.
Plans to connect a green bus route to a new customs park for lorries have resulted in a hold-up
Questions are being asked over a tax rise, designed to 'bolster' KCC reserves.
A crowdfunder will be launched to help groups who have lost funds due to the pandemic.
There has been a difference of opinion at County Hall over the decision to shut the French border with the UK which saw lorries stranded on the M20.
Another 10 symptom-free coronavirus testing sites are set to open in Kent this month.
A coronavirus marshal was let go with immediate effect after chasing and grabbing a resident walking to the shops.
A council's housing and building stock will be 'decarbonised' in one of many measures to help it tackle the climate emergency and become carbon zero.
A £6.5million package has been offered by KCC to authorities in some areas of the county to recycle more black bin bag waste.
Kent County Council has proposed a 5% rise in council tax as it plans its budget for the next financial year.
Councillors area being asked if officers should be able to put social media under surveillance to prevent crimes.
Councillors back leader's call to close schools in more districts in Kent.
A council has revealed 'ambitious' £200m plans to help reduce its carbon emissions through measures such as replacing its cars with electric vehicles.
Health bosses have said the vaccine roll out will take time to make it to all 1.8 million residents in Kent.
A Tory councillor's opposition to the £6.8billion Lower Thames Crossing prompted him to take a stand against his party.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
Trying to find the right nursery, school, college, university or training provider in Kent or Medway? Our Education Directory has everything you could possibly need!