Decision joins neighboring cities in desire to protect residents   COVINGTON, Ky. - Citing health and safety concerns related to the pandemic, ...
Posted By Dan Hassert

COVINGTON, Ky. - Yes, we know that cafes in Barcelona and the open-air markets in Cairo are out of reach these days.   We have the next-best th...
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Covington Parks & Rec Manager Rosie Santos waves at the camera before masking up at an activities drop-off event during the early stages of the pa...
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Covington Officers Jeff Cook, left, and Dave Griswold will be promoted to “sergeant” tonight effective Aug. 2. New Sgts. Cook, Griswold a...
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COVINGTON, Ky. - Due to the dramatically increasing number of COVID-19 cases across the Commonwealth, tonight's meeting of the Covington Board of...
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A banner outside the Monarch Building on Fourth Street, the future home of Northern Kentucky’s law firm, DBL Law. Don’t listen to us, l...
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COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington worked its legal and infrastructure magic and expanded outdoor dining opportunities in the Roebling Point and D...
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  Draft Agenda
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Posters on the door of Gypsy’s “dive bar” on Main Street in MainStrasse Village ask patrons to wear a mask. Request aims to prote...
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Parks and Facilities supervisor Brad Schwenke and technician III Richard Baucum (in the Bobcat) of Covington’s Public Works Department start the...
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