A family-run coach company has won the contract to take over a community's bus network from transport giants Arriva.
Covid-19 cases are rising across Kent but hospital admissions remain low.
A cosmetics brand based in Kent is set to join the London stock market in a move that could value it at as much as £500million.
A Kent mum who was a surrogate for her cousin, who is like a sister to her, has won a competition of kindness.
Twitter has suspended outspoken Kent comic Lee Hurst for his comments following an attack on England's chief medical officer Chris Whitty.
A Kent florist has beaten more than 1,000 others across the country to win a national award for her shop.
A defiant parent is saying she won't change her son's haircut, after his school objected to the footie-inspired trim.
Residents on the Isle of Sheppey have been warned to stay alert as the Environment Agency issues flood warnings.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson wants mobiles banned from classrooms but one head says her secondary has already been phone-free for four years.
Comedian Lee Hurst has caused fury on Twitter after apparently supporting the yobs who attacked the Government's chief medical officer Chris Whitty.
An outside music festival has been axed at the last minute after organisers couldn't guarantee there would be no dancing or singing.
A man who got into trouble after a fire on board a yacht was rescued in the early hours.
A fire on one of Kent's beach fronts caused panic among visitors after a bin was destroyed.
Flags flew at half mast for the councillor dubbed the 'best mayor' by one of her colleagues.
A family say it will take years to recover after their business was defrauded by someone they trusted.
It's the start of the end as health bosses close one their first Covid asymptomatic test centres after 28,000 tests.
A 50-year-old sex offender from Kent who pictures of children and animal porn has been jailed.
A council has issued threats to campervan and motorhome owners to stop parking at the seaside overnight.
As plans to speed up house building across the country are revealed, our political editor Paul Francis looks at what it means for Kent.
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