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Small businesses: Apply for $$$ by Friday

COVINGTON, Ky. - Friday is the deadline for small businesses in Covington to apply for the latest round of funding offered through two popular incentives programs offered by the City.   Covington hopes to award about $35,000 during the second quarter of the year under the competitive applicatio...

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/23/18

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 10/23/18

When a Blackhawk came to town …

COVINGTON, Ky. - When a UH-60 Blackhawk comes thundering in, the rotor wash sends anything not tied down either in the air or flying across the ground.   That was Lesson No. 1 of the day for the Covington Fire Department, and it was apparent the moment the helicopter came thundering in to land ...

It’s beginning to feel a lot like … fall

COVINGTON, Ky. - It's getting colder outside, obviously, so it's time in Covington to do some cool weather things.   Halloween parties, trail clearing, neighborhood cook-outs, painting pumpkins. Those things. And of course the weekly Covington Farmers Market is offering fall kinds of crops. &nb...

City: Where to apply RIPPLE Effect?

COVINGTON, Ky. - Drop a pebble in a pond, and it creates a ripple. But toss in a whole bunch of bigger rocks at the same time, and it creates a series of waves that reach higher, travel further, and last longer - resonating long after the rocks themselves have disappeared.   That’s the mo...

First-quarter budget ‘right on track’

COVINGTON, Ky. - One fourth of the way into the City of Covington’s fiscal year, the City’s finances are right on schedule in regards to both spending and revenue, Finance Director Muhammed Owusu told elected officials tonight.   “There are no surprises - nothing to get excite...

White Cane Safety Day celebrates independence

Covington Police Chief Rob Nader, second from right, and others with the department get a small taste of what it’s like to be blind while crossing Madison Avenue blindfolded as part of “White Cane Safety Day.” COVINGTON, Ky. - What’s it like to cross the street when you&...

‘Touch a Truck’ draws over 1,000

COVINGTON, Ky. - An estimated 1,100 people converged on the Latonia Shopping Center early Saturday afternoon for the City of Covington’s first “Touch a Truck” event. The star of the show were the trucks - all the vehicles used by public service agencies in the City (and...
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