Get ready for more sun! Temperatures are set to soar once more come the end of the week, with forecastors predicting figures well above 30C.
Pictures reveal a first look at a new special school which will start to teach youngsters from September.
The Met Police is asking people in Kent to help in the search for a missing teen.
As county cricket resumes, a new book marking Kent's 150th anniversary celebrates the 18 grounds to host the game in the club's illustrious history.
A council has slammed 'dangerous' drivers for moving a barrier in a pedestrianised high street and reversing up the road.
Another floating drilling rig has been towed into place off the Kent coast arriving ahead of schedule.
A Kent port is set to welcome its second oil rig within three months and here's when and where to watch its arrival.
Bosses who closed a Kent dementia unit without proper consultation have been forced to say sorry to stop the row being sent to the Health Secretary.
A popular family-run travelling circus will restart tours this summer as its co-owner remains seriously injured in hospital after being hit by a car.
A Kent man who mentored thousands of youngsters has decided to retire.
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The Compassionate Community Awards 2020 recognise and celebrate the work of unsung heroes from across the borough of Maidstone.
Heino Kuhn starred for Kent as county cricket returned on Saturday.
Sam Billings helped see England home to victory against Ireland with another unbeaten knock.
A music and theatre festival has been scaled down and become an open-air event so that it can go ahead in a smaller form this summer.
You can see behind the scenes of the popular BBC series, Call the Midwife, now that tours of the set are reopening.
Secondary school pupils who missed routine vaccinations at school because of lockdown are being invited to catch-up immunisation clinics this summer.
A group of allotment holders are opening their pride and joy to visitors as part of this week's National Gardens Scheme.
A discount retailer is now recruiting staff ahead of opening at a former Homebase store that will have been vacant for three years.
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