Trades, Hubbard & wine

COVINGTON, Ky. – On tap in The Cov this weekend is detailed woodworking, shantyboats, a bookmobile without wheels, and getting fired up by outdated laws intended to keep women out of the wine-making industry. So gear up to learn a new trade, check out the timeless influence of one of Kentuc...

Board of Commissioners Legislative Meeting Agenda 3/28/2023

Draft agenda, legislation, and minutes from the previous meeting.

Corner by corner, volunteers beautify The Cov via Adopt-A-Spot program

Party on Wednesday to recognize partners, recruit more COVINGTON, Ky. – With black “pins” arrayed like a general’s strategic deployment of resources, the Adopt-A-Spot map showcases one of The Cov’s biggest assets – a veritable army of volunteers working in neig...

CANCELLED – Code Enforcement Hearing Board Meeting, 3/22/2023

The Code Enforcement Hearing Board Meeting scheduled for March 22, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. has been cancelled.

Sign up for historic trades’ intro workshops for masonry, woodworking

Info session next week at the library for new Covington Academy of Heritage Trades COVINGTON, Ky. – The brand-new Covington Academy for Heritage Trades will hold introductory workshops in masonry/plaster and woodworking/windows in April as the City kicks off a workforce initiative focused o...

‘It’s going to be a great summer’

Parks & Rec 2023 program guide includes re-energized activities, new events and programs, and plenty of family fun COVINGTON, Ky. – If you thought last year’s Parks & Recreation calendar was packed with fun, wait until you see what’s on schedule for 2023. The debut of...

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 02/28/2023

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 02/28/2023

St. Pat’s, madness & murder

COVINGTON, Ky. – Beer and basketball will likely define everyone’s weekend -- what with the start of the NCAA Tournament today and St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow -- but you don’t have to like IPAs and a “3” from downtown to have a good weekend in The Cov. We also h...

Feedback needed on $2MM plan to address, prevent homelessness

One-time allocation earmarked for Covington, five neighbors COVINGTON, Ky. – A plan that allocates over $2 million in federal grants toward helping the homeless and those at risk of it in Covington and five neighboring cities goes before the public for comment starting today. Proposed ac...
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