The announcement was made by Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a Downing Street briefing this evening.
A Weald village might soon have a new £3.5m community centre, after a nine-year wait.
Two people have been charged with murder and three more remain in custody after a man was killed in the county.
Staff are on standby after flood warnings were issued for a large part of the county.
A couple have used more then 24,000 lights to decorate their home.
A jury heard a burglary victim was left tied up and not found for three days after a man burst into her home.
A brave boy, affectionately known as Bear, is off to an abbey to sing carols with royalty in honour of his charity work.
Only the number of police officers is up, as other emergency services lose staff.
A 71-year-old lost everything due to the pandemic and became homeless for four months, before a charity transformed his life.
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Gillingham boss Steve Evans had no complaints over the heavy defeat to Rotherham.
Gillingham scored early on against top of the table Rotherham but finished well beaten with 10 men and picked up two more injuries.
Microchipping for cats is to become compulsory with hefty fines for those owners who don't comply.
This month, the eight previous winners of the Kent Pet's Tournament are hoping for your vote so they can win the overall crown.
Households looking for puppies or kittens for sale this Christmas are being warned about an increase in deceitful pet sellers.
A festive exhibition featuring models of Santa and his reindeer made from donated Lego bricks will open to visitors this weekend through to New Year.
It's not just panto playing in theatres across Kent this Christmas - from magical fairytales to West End music and make-believe, here's what's on.
A new children’s play area has opened as part of a large investment into part of one Kent town.
KCC's economic director has suggested young people could help solve driver shortages faced by the haulage industry.
Round up of the strengths and expertise of different law firms across the county, based on the findings of respected guides by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
A guide for your future. For Year 11 students in Kent and Medway. Click here for the e-edition.
There are cash prizes to be won in the upcoming Heart of Kent Hospice Christmas Superdraw!