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.
Clergy no longer use crematorium changing rooms because of new coronavirus rules. Plus: grave count-up ordered and how to beat church closures.
A 27-year-old has been slapped with a number of charges relating to offences across March after allegedly attempting to rob a supermarket.
Hen owners are being urged to lock up their garden coops as chicken thefts escalate due to supermarket egg shortages.
The RSPCA wants councils to relax dog no-go zones so people don't have to travel to exercise their pets during the pandemic.
A look back at how the county coped the last time we were faced with an unprecedented crisis.
Struggling to know what to do with yourself during lockdown? We've spoken to The Living Well Alone Project about the 15 best ways to keep occupied.
Kent Cricket have revealed a package of financial measures they hope will help the club come through the coronavirus crisis in good shape.
Kent Cricket Club have revealed the steps they are taking to help people through the coronavirus crisis.
Spend your extra time at home doing something productive, by learning a language. Here's our pick of the best sites to get you started:
From hard-hitting investigatoins to gritty dramas, action and Bruce Willis in Brooklyn, here's what's on to watch on TV this week:
Nic chats to My Kent Family editor Lauren on the challenges of home schooling during the lockdown.
Thousands of silkworms munching on Kentish mulberry leaves made the silk for several queens' gowns. Here's the tale of the UK's first silk farm:
Sales staff at one of the UK's largest house builders have been made to come in to work despite government advice to work remotely unless essential.
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