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Suffragettes & statuettes (and Ignitor Maibock)
COVINGTON, Ky. - More rain is expected this weekend. You could stay home and get sulky, or you could don your galoshes, brogans, waders and ponchos an...
Danville Main Street director to lead RCov
Nick Wade is the new executive director of Renaissance Covington. Wade described as ‘innovative adventurist’   COVINGTON, Ky. - T...
How should the City spend federal grants?
Among other things, Covington used funds from this year’s Community Development Block Grant program to replace the fence around Randolph Pool, s...
City to strengthen fund balance policy
The City of Covington is looking to strengthen its fund balance policy to increase flexibility and protect its ability to provide core services to res...
Mayor makes magazine’s ‘Cincinnati 300’ list
COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington Mayor Joe Meyer is one of only two elected officials in the entire region to make the inaugural publication of “Cinci...
Closed Monday
Covington City Hall will be closed Monday for the federal holiday, Washington's Birthday (often referred to as Presidents' Day). Offices will reopen ...
Glory Days, chick flicks & cookies
COVINGTON, Ky. - Whether you’re nuts about high school sports, spending time with your significant other, or trying odd taste combinations, this...
How to report a pothole
Covington Public Works employees fixed these large potholes today on E. 15th Street between Scott Boulevard and Greenup Street.  At left is cemen...