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Meyer at the White House

Mayor invited to tout Covington projects to Sec. Buttigieg, Biden officials in Washington COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington Mayor Joe Meyer will go national with The Cov’s message on Thursday. The mayor is one of several dozen leaders from Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia invited to the White House to tell Biden Administration officials how federal investment in the city&rsq...

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 02/20/2024

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 02/20/2024

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 02/13/2024

Board of Commission Meeting Minutes 02/13/2024

Spring Reading Challenge starts Friday

Covington preschoolers through 3rd grade invited to participate in Read Ready Covington event COVINGTON, Ky. – Big prizes are at stake for Covington’s most prolific young readers: A $75 gift card to Stoney’s Village Toy Shoppe … books … candy … games … and a Zoo Factory stuffed animal kit. Starting Friday, March 1, and running through April 12...

625 pounds of lights, recycled

City residents protect environment through holiday drop-off program COVINGTON, Ky. – Sometimes tipping the scales a little heavier than the year before is a good thing. So it is with the annual recycling program that allowed residents to drop off strands of non-working holiday light strands instead of tossing them into the trash. Covington’s Solid Waste & Recycling Divisio...

A Snow Moon, cityscapes & blues

COVINGTON, Ky. –  We are finally at the end of what is surely the longest week in the history of the world. Fortunately it all ends on a good note with good times aplenty in The Cov. Get out there and have fun. A ‘chili’ February evening It’s no stretch to say that folks come far and wide to sample the unique flavor of Cincinnati-style chili, marveling at the bl...

Pierce steps down as Covington Fire Chief after almost 30 years with the City

COVINGTON, Ky. – After a nearly 30-year career with the Covington Fire Department and almost six years as its chief, Mark Pierce is stepping down. Chief Pierce, 59, submitted his resignation this week for the purposes of retirement, effective March 31. “I love Covington, and I love being a firefighter in Covington,” Pierce said. “But wise people always told me ‘...

Board of Commissioners Legislative Meeting Agenda 2/27/2024

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

Kindness & cookies

COVINGTON, Ky. – We are winding down what is nationally known as Random Acts of Kindness Week. That’s not to be confused with Snowplow Mailbox Hockey Day (Jan. 23), I Hate Coriander Day (Feb. 24), and Lumpy Rug Day (May 3). So … that gives you three more days to continue practicing all those benevolent acts you’ve been doing since the start of the week. Whatever acti...

City $$ helps 5 new businesses, upgrades of 5 commercial properties

Photo courtesy of Orleans Development. Small Business incentive interest shows ‘Covington is still the place where folks want to be’ COVINGTON, Ky. – A pet grooming and retail business, a family-owned Nepalese restaurant, a Hawaiian-inspired restaurant, and a historic building poised for a transformation are among 10 businesses to receive financial help from the City&rsq...
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