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Fun for causes & just plain fun

COVINGTON, Ky. - It’s just a normal ol’ weekend in #LoveTheCov, featuring fun for a cause, fun to bring awareness, and just plain fun.   If you like food, drink, music, theater, books and toys, there’s an event for you - and some will make you feel like you’re giving bac...

Seminar on traumatic stress honors former chief

Assistant Fire Chief Chip Terry served in Covington for almost three decades. (Photo courtesy of Katie Woodring Photography.) COVINGTON, Ky. - When Assistant Chief Chip Terry retired in 2012 after 26 years with the Covington Fire Department, he addressed City leaders in a speech that recapped his ca...

Applications Being Accepted For Lateral Entry Firefighter / Paramedics

JOIN OUR TEAM! The City of Covington is accepting applications for lateral entry into our progressive yet traditional Career Fire Department.  SUMMARY The City of Covington Fire Department provides Fire/Rescue and Emergency Medical Services to a population of 40,640, c...

Green stickers may go away

COVINGTON, Ky. - Proposed changes to Covington’s waste collection program would eliminate the use of green stickers for bulk garbage items and reduce fines assessed for violating rules related to how and when residents set out their garbage.   The changes have to be approved by the Coving...

Decal signals Covington PD’s elite status

Mechanic Mark Ranson of Covington Public Works’ Fleet Management Division applies the CALEA decal to a new cruiser. COVINGTON, Ky. - Nine new police cruisers are hitting Covington’s streets, and among their new features is a tiny and somewhat rare decal that says a lot about the professi...

Covington swears in new officer

Covington Mayor Joe Meyer swore in new Police Officer Alexandra Birkley in a short ceremony at City Hall today as Chief Rob Nader looked on. COVINGTON, Ky. – The Covington Police Department gained a new officer today.  Alexandra Birkley was sworn in this afternoon by Mayor Joe Meyer durin...

Board of Commission Caucus Meeting Agenda 08-07-18

  Draft Agenda

Inspection of Suspension Bridge to affect traffic

COVINGTON, Ky. - Inspection work on the Roebling Suspension Bridge will affect both pedestrians and vehicles next week.   A bridge inspection consultant will be working on the bridge from Monday through Thursday, according to officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.   Sidewalks ...
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