An Indian restaurant is offering free meals for anyone who works for the emergency services to say thank you.
At least 69 people in Kent have died because of coronavirus, daily government figures show.
Fire crews were called to put out a bonfire which had spread to a garden shed, fence and hedge.
Built in the 1930s, this grade II listed car showroom is oozing in history - here's your chance to explore the workshops before they're converted.
The first pictures have emerged of a pop-up care facility for patients experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.
Work will start on a temporary mortuary next week in case the county runs out of space to store bodies.
Police want to speak to three men after cigarettes and alcohol were stolen from a service station.
Kit expected to be used to create gin has been turned over to producing the much-needed hygiene product.
Comparisons between the coronavirus outbreak and the Second World War are common - so or reporter decided to see what wartime rationing was like.
A mum from Headcorn is using her new zero waste business to help people in Maidstone having to self isolate becasue of Covid-19.
A 37-year-old man has been charged with assault after a police officer was bitten and another was grabbed by the neck.
A new centre to treat people with Covid-19 symptoms has opened at a Kent aerodrome, while another is being considered for a town's leisure centre.
A council fears companies could be missing out on vital coronavirus grants, and have urged businesses to apply for the scheme.
The Kent FA are trimming their workforce because of the coronavirus crisis.
Clubs across the county are appealing for support during the coronavirus crisis.
A Kent couple are stranded on a cruise ship heading for Florida, which now has confirmed cases of Covid-19 on board.
A 'hard working delivery driver' known by many, has succumbed to coronavirus aged just 35.
Work is progressing on a £2.5m regeneration project of a town centre railway station.
Head teachers at a special needs school have spoken about how employees have risen to the challenges presented by coronavirus restrictions.
Drawings and messages of support have been left out to give thanks to the key workers who keep our county running.