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Corporate HQ moving to Helentown

A crew from M&M Service Station Equipment Specialist, Inc. installs a service station tank in Charleston, W.Va. (Photo from M&M Service) M&M Service the Tri-state leader in gas station construction, services COVINGTON, Ky. - Yet another growing leader in its industry is moving its corpor...

New title at City Hall: Author

Ross Patten has two new titles at the City of Covington -- assistant economic development director and co-author.  Collaborative book a roadmap for economic revitalization  COVINGTON, Ky. - The title of the new book is “Economic Development is Not for Amateurs!” ... but as one...

Eating, drinking in #LoveTheCov

Ripple Wine Bar’s outdoor seating on Pike Street was hopping on Tuesday night. City urges support for (& compliance at) bars, restaurants  COVINGTON, Ky. - The state of Kentucky’s ever-evolving response to COVID-19 had good news for eating and drinking establishments this week: ...

Innovating ‘Innovation Alley’

Noting that the parking lot adjacent to Innovation Alley has hosted events over the years, the report from Emersion Design said it was “important for the new alley improvements to allow for these grassroots, pop-up activities to continue and thrive. This alley should become a ‘place&rsqu...

‘Brings back a thousand memories’

Thousands worked at soon-to-be-demolished IRS center   COVINGTON, Ky. - A single photograph shared by City Hall this week from inside the soon-to-be-demolished IRS processing center triggered memories for Covingtonians who used to work at the massive facility:   ... “I met a lot of g...

It’s final: City gains control of IRS site

Millions of federal tax returns were processed over the last 52 years within the cavernous IRS facility on Fourth Street. With the center shut down, the City now owns the building and 23-acre site.   With purchase final, demolition of cavernous building up next  COVINGTON, Ky. - The C...

Why LoveTheCov?

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, let the business executives explain  COVINGTON, Ky. - With about 1,000 jobs announced in Covington since March 1 and a seemingly unending plethora o...

'No mask, no service'

Posters on the door of Gypsy’s “dive bar” on Main Street in MainStrasse Village ask patrons to wear a mask. Request aims to protect restaurant and bar staff  while keeping local economy open   COVINGTON, Ky. - “We don’t want to go backward.”   As t...

City creating more outdoor dining

Parks and Facilities supervisor Brad Schwenke and technician III Richard Baucum (in the Bobcat) of Covington’s Public Works Department start the process of setting up an outdoor dining area outside Smoke Justis on the east side of Court Street. Temporary areas aim to help restaurants in Roebl...

New zoning approach shown to City leaders

A public engagement event early in the Neighborhood Development Code process asked attendees what they liked about Covington. Tune in for summary of proposed Neighborhood Development Code  COVINGTON, Ky. - The final draft of a 1½-year effort to fundamentally transform how Covington uses ...
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