McDonald's workers have supplied Happy Meal boxes to a four-year-old so he can still enjoy his favourite treat.
Kent Cricket are gearing up for some much-needed action from the comfort of their own homes.
Hundreds more families are seeking help from Kent food banks as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
People are being warned not to click on links sent to them in text messages claiming to be from the government about coronavirus fines.
State-of-the-art cinema technology developed in South Korea is to feature at a Kent cinema as bosses start work on a long-awaited extension.
A car has ended up on top of a roundabout after a crash.
Crews spent 24 hours battling a huge hay fire.
A couple best known for their appearances on Strictly Come Dancing have revealed the name of their baby daughter.
A town centre Boots was cordoned off by police following an attempted break-in.
The UK death toll has risen by 180, with cases up by almost 1,600 in 24 hours.
A drone photographer hopes his latest work will lift people's spirits while they are trapped indoors.
Read some of the wildest stories from our county’s long history.
A violent attack on a young man led to years of mental health problems which eventually resulted in him taking his own life.
A police car has been left damaged after it was involved in a crash with another car at a roundabout.
The deputy chief medical officer has said people should not expect to get back to 'normal life' for six months or even longer.
A family of eight, aged four to 59, are stranded in India and have launched a petition to get them returned to Kent.
Two premises on lockdown have been targeted in separate incidents as raiders attempt to take advantage of quiet streets.
Two 17-year-olds were arrested on suspicion of possessing knives, Class A drugs and affray after a brawl broke out in a town centre flat.
Isolating residents needing eggs have had a giant delivery chicken come to their aid.
Police have charged a man with common assault after he allegedly spat in the face of a staff member at a supermarket.
It may be the start of British Summer Time, but snow and hail are being reported across parts of the county.
The biggest effort since World War Two to provide essential supplies to those in need has begun.
You might not believe it if you look out the window, but today marks the start of British Summer Time.
We take a look at some literary classics which were inspired by the county's landmarks.
The Royal College of Midwives warns that the coronavirus crisis is having a squeeze on services for expectant mothers.
A high street packed with independent traders is tackling the coronavirus lockdown to help get supplies to the community.
A photographer has turned away from the pretty landscapes to capture our daily history.
Mums with seriously ill children have made a desperate appeal for people to stay at home to stop the spread of coronavirus.
All UK households are set to receive a letter from Prime Minister Boris Johnson about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
A thief drove off after stealing a family's shopping from a 'click and collect' queue at a supermarket.