With payroll tax revenue making up half of Covington's General Fund, creating new jobs is the City's priority when it comes to development.   ...
Posted By Carolann Baughman

Almost three-fourths of Covington’s General Fund is used to fund operations in Public Safety and Public Works. (EDITOR’S NOTE: This...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Lt. Dale Allen Brown, a retired Covington firefighter who served for 25 years and a member of a well-known fire-fighting family, died last Friday. (Ph...
Posted By Carolann Baughman

Want to be a Covington Police officer? The deadline for applying to take the first exam is July 26.   Covington Police exam to be held this sum...
Posted By Dan Hassert

The meeting date for next week’s legislative session of the Covington Board of Commissioners has changed from Tuesday to Monday. But the time ...
Posted By Carolann Baughman

As Covington Mayor Joe Meyer cut the ribbon on the first of the Latonia bike racks on Thursday, the event was documented by Moonrise Doughnuts founder...
Posted By Dan Hassert

Last year, hundreds of people brought blankets and chairs to Cinema in the Cemetery, hosted at Historic Linden Grove Cemetery & Arboretum.  ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

COVINGTON, Ky. - Friday is the summer solstice, so get in as much outdoors fun as you can. (The days just get shorter from here.)   In Covingto...
Posted By Dan Hassert

The regularly scheduled meeting for Tuesday, June 25 will now be held on Monday, June 24, 2019.
Posted By Margaret Nyhan

Covington this week received the last piece of the financial puzzle that will allow a long-planned $690,000 storm sewer project to move forward in Pea...
Posted By Dan Hassert
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