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Population grows at Prisoners

Kentucky fisheries tech Willie Clifton prepares to release redear sunfish in Prisoners Lake with the help of David Hale (hidden). State delivers 3,250 redear sunfish through FINs program  COVINGTON, Ky. - Anglers will have a better chance of watching their bobbers bounce and their corks careen ...

City property tax payments due by Oct. 15

Covington keeps rate the same for 3rd year in row   COVINGTON, Ky. - Property tax bills have been sent to Covington residents and payment is due by midnight Oct. 15.   Residents have five different ways to pay: Online, through a user-friendly taxpayer portal, accessed directly&nb...

Licking Greenway years in making

Cutting the ribbon today were, from left, recreation program coordinator Jess Link and Manager Rosie Santos of the Parks & Recreation Division, City Manager David Johnston, Mayor Joe Meyer, Neighborhood Services Department Director Ken Smith, and recreation seasonal Patrick Moore and administrat...

‘More than a building’

From about 1900 until 1970, a joint City-County building sat at Third and Market (Now “Court”) streets. BeSpoke report: Future City Hall needs to be a 'hub' COVINGTON, Ky. - When the City of Covington one day builds a permanent home to end its 50-year “nomadic existence,” Ci...

A bildungsroman, Riff Raff & the freshest art

COVINGTON, Ky. - We’ve featured eclectic weekends before in this narrative events calendar, but this might be the most eclectic of them all.   This weekend in #LoveTheCov: An art auction that’s been going on for over a quarter of a century. Two neighborhoods shut down for craft draf...

Fee for parking at RiverHaus begins Sept. 19

Beginning Sept. 19, it’ll cost for the general public to park in the privately owned RiverHaus garage, which is nearing completion. Special, “free” deal lasted eight months longer than expected   COVINGTON, Ky. - A special, temporary agreement that allowed free parking on even...

Board of Commission Caucus Meeting Agenda 09-17-19

  Draft Agenda

7th St. blocked for John R. Green utility work

Workers with Atkins & Stang Inc. today filled in a trench built to house utilities underground along an alley leading to the John R. Green Lofts construction site. Disruption should last a few days  COVINGTON, Ky. - Seventh Street between Bakewell and Main streets will be closed to through ...
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