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Register for police, fire exams by Friday deadline

Want to protect The Cov as a First Responder? Positions open COVINGTON, Ky. – If you ever dreamed of being a police officer or firefighter in The Cov, Friday midnight is the deadline to take the first step.   That’s the last day to register to take the upcoming entrance exa...

Board of Commissioners Legislative Meeting Agenda 09-28-21

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

178 swimmers a day

The Latonia Water Park/Splash Pad Parks & Rec closes books on successful 2021 pool season with plans for a bigger, better 2022   COVINGTON, Ky. – Each drop in autumn temperatures is pushing the 2021 summer pool season further back in the rearview mirror, but Covington&rsqu...

Heartless Bastards & Schitt’s Creek

COVINGTON, Ky. – Ah, that ever-so-slight coolness in the air – if summer must come to an end, let it play out with a subtle dip in temps and a paintbrush swipe of crimson and gold across a canopy of trees.   That’s the kind of segue into fall that makes you want to get o...

Oil, tires, TVs, & more

Upcoming cleanup events help solve trash problems   COVINGTON, Ky. – Need to do some fall cleaning?   Two events in the coming weeks can help you not only make extra space in your basement and shed but also get rid of problematic items like oil, antifreeze, televisions, a...

Eastern Corridor 'conversation,' Part II

The turnout and the engagement were lively at the first “Cookouts and Conversations” economic development “activation event” in Austinburg last week, so much so that a second all-day event occurs Friday.  Friday event adds free photos, movie to economic activation eff...

COVID-19 at City Hall

(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a statement from the City of Covington). COVINGTON, Ky. – Three employees at Covington City Hall have recently tested positive with COVID-19 and precautions are being taken to protect both co-workers and the public. Among those are Mayor Joe Meyer and...

New Covington officer a Missouri lateral

(Photo 1): New Covington Police Officer Neil Boshoff was sworn in by Vice Mayor Ron Washington, left. (Photo 2): Police Chief Rob Nader, left, hands Officer Boshoff his badge.   COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington’s newest police officer has over 10 years’ law enforcement expe...

The Cov’s changing face

(Photo 1): A bilingual staffer at Be Concerned: The People’s Pantry explained food distribution procedures during the pandemic last summer. (Photo provided).  (Photo 2): Covington has seen an influx of Hispanic-themed small businesses, including Taqueria San Miguel restaurant. Durin...

Open Parks & Rec job all about ‘fun’

Jess Link, Covington Parks & Rec's outgoing recreation program coordinator, shows their face-painting skills. City seeking recreation program coordinator; apply by Sept. 24  COVINGTON, Ky. – Bring the fun.   That’s the job of the recreation program coordinat...
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