Analysis of data shows more than a third of residents of one part of Kent have been vaccinated, while in another area the numbers are lagging behind.
Nuclear bunkers remain littered around the county, reminders of a fear that lasted decades.
The grieving family of a young woman who took her own life have spoken of their shock upon learning of her tragic death.
A new way of calculating council tax would save hard pressed families hundreds of pounds a year and a campaign group wants it adopted.
In recent years more and more crime novels have been set in Kent - we asked four writers why the county is the perfect setting for gruesome murders.
Councils have had to draw millions of pounds from their rainy day funds - and it's feared without help they may be in serious financial trouble.
A third of adults in Kent have received their first vaccine dose - this is how long it would take to jab the whole county if current rates continue.
The Covid infection rate across Kent has plunged by another 23% in the past week - but there is one part of the county where it has gone up.
A bypass was shut after a woman, dressed as a clown and posing on a bridge for a photoshoot, sparked an emergency response.
Officers are investigating claims a corrosive liquid may have been poured over a cat, causing it to fall ill.
View the latest coronavirus stats including new cases, rolling rate and case rate compared to average.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
Trying to find the right nursery, school, college, university or training provider in Kent or Medway? Our Education Directory has everything you could possibly need!
Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.
Catch up with all the week's football fixtures and results here.
Rugby club pitch in to help Medway school pupils get access to computers.
The team behind the popular Pub in the Park event have announced a drive-in festival to feature theatre, cinema, comedy and music alongside food.
One of the county's popular heritage railways has announced when it will reopen as a result of the Government's new roadmap.
Confirmation all pupils will return in March has led to huge demands for new uniform says one Kent supplier with many supermarkets out of stock too.
Estate agents have mixed thoughts about the stamp duty holiday introduced to boost the housing market after the first lockdown being extended.
Following exciting news that The 149th Open is definitely happening this July, a recruitment campaign has begun to find volunteers
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An ex-police detective is walking more than 60 miles to raise money for a charity which offers end-of-life care.
Your No1 guide to getting married in Kent. From dresses to discos and venues to veils, we've got everything you could possibly need for your big day
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.
How businesses are keeping things moving under new rules for trade with the EU