Four cockerels rescued by the RSPCA after a flock was abandoned on a village green are looking for new homes.
As lockdown dog prices soar police have arrested three people and found 30 dogs, a stun gun and drugs during a puppy farm investigation.
A new estate agency is to specialise in "extraordinary" homes.
Some nine residents and two members of staff have tested positive for Covid-19 at an assisted living court in a village for veterans.
Police are warning residents to be vigilant after a number of outbuildings were burgled in a spate of break-ins.
Train services were disrupted after a lorry hit a railway bridge on a narrow road.
Tributes have been paid to popular amateur sportsman who died on Boxing Day following a brain tumour.
A Kent MP is calling for all exams to be scrapped and replaced with teacher assessed grades after a year of 'fundamental disruption'.
A veteran of Britain's nuclear test programme, which has left ex-servicemen with serious health issues, has hit out at the military's medal panel.
Highways bosses plan to begin installing devices which detect when a vehicle has stopped on a smart motorway in early January.
A brave double-amputee from Kent has appeared alongside Sir Thomas Moore in the Queen's speech for his charity work.
Father Christmas and his festively dressed donkeys paid children a surprise visit handing out presents and mince pies at a community celebration.
An ice cream lady is giving up her Christmas Day to give free desserts to people spending Christmas alone this year.
Bikes and power tools have been stolen in a series of break-ins in the west of the county.
A publican says nothing can dampen a village’s seasonal spirit, despite Scrooge-like council bosses ordering the removal of several Christmas trees.
"A small number" of Royal Mail sorting office staff are self-isolating after two confirmed cases of coronavirus at the site.
After 18 months in construction, new accommodation for the over 55s is taking in its first residents.
A new Covid-19 test centre allowing walk-in appointments has opened in a community centre car park.
Two people were conned into handing over money after fraudsters pretended to be police officers.
A couple forced back to the UK after years of travelling have taken the plunge through lockdown and started their own mobile café.
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Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.