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NYE in The Cov

COVINGTON, Ky. – So here we are at the end of “Dead Week,” those days between Christmas and the New Year when – having worn every pair of gifted socks, polished off two entire tins of homemade cookies, and watched four Hallmark movies (well, actually, they really were the same movie) – one can feel as if we’re all limping through a big, yawning empty space in ti...

Stay home, be safe, celebrate

COVINGTON, Ky. – Here’s the deal. Being as it’s Christmas weekend, not a creature seems to be stirring all through The Cov, or at least not the usual suspects who plan and host the events we typically tout in this weekend narrative events calendar. After much searching, all we found was Keystone Bar & Grill’s ‘Twas the Brunch Before Christmas … Holly ...

Dec. 14 event(s) to let Covington learn about, weigh in on bridge project

KYTC/ODOT seeking feedback on pending issues for Brent Spence Corridor revamp COVINGTON, Ky. – Are you curious how (and where) a revamped Brent Spence Bridge and its completely new companion span will separate local commuters from pass-through travelers? Do you have thoughts and/or strong feelings about noise barriers, landscaping, pedestrian walkways, and the “look” o...

Info session Dec. 10 for students of new construction trades school in Latonia

Classes to start Jan. 31 at Enzweiler Building Institute COVINGTON, Ky. – An information session will be held Dec. 10 for prospective students of two long-awaited construction trades training programs opening in Covington in early 2023. At the session, students can learn about curriculum and classes, how to apply, deadlines, tuition, scholarships, and other details for two separate but...

Kick off T-day with Drinksgiving, shopping local

COVINGTON, Ky. – Here we are in your inbox on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving so that you can get started on the weekend festivities (which starts tonight and largely involves imbibing). That’s not to say there isn’t more stuff going on this week after all the turkey business. Once the leftovers are stored, it’s time to commence with holiday shopping, which you can do ...

Honoring our City veterans

Tradition of military service strong in The Cov and its government COVINGTON, Ky. – The tradition of military service in Kentucky predates the state itself. Even before the Bluegrass territory was ratified as the 15th state in the fledgling union, the men and women who lived within these borders contributed energy, sweat, and blood in support of our nation’s security and values. ...

You're invited ...

FC Cincinnati players to help dedicate Austinburg Park ‘mini pitch’ on Nov. 10 COVINGTON, Ky. – FC Cincinnati star Matt Miazga and keeper Alec Kann are scheduled to be in Covington on Nov. 10 to help dedicate a new soccer “mini pitch” in Austinburg Neighborhood Park – and you’re invited. The kick-off, figuratively speaking, is upon us: The City ...

Road closings, ‘creative madness’: City webpage tells how to navigate BLINK

The 2019 BLINK festival included light shows and music. 4-night festival returns to The Cov, Cincinnati on Oct. 13-16 COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington’s downtown will be the scene of creative madness and a sensory blitzkrieg when the wildly popular BLINK art and light festival returns to the region for four evenings next week. The free outdoor festival spans the Ohio River, enc...

Trees, old cars & a ‘wayfaring thespian’

COVINGTON, Ky. – Tonight the fall equinox ushers in the arrival of Libra, the sign of balance and reflection, corresponding with a time of equal darkness and light (That whole balance thing, you know), and all over the world, the length of day and nighttime hours will be darn near equal. Back in the day, (like 2,000 years ago), Pagans picked apples and had a harvest festival known as Mabo...

Get to know your trees

Volunteers planted street trees in Latonia in 2019. Austinburg Tree Tour part of Great Outdoor Weekend COVINGTON, Ky. – Sometimes the best classroom is beneath a wide blue sky and a canopy of leaves. To that point, here’s an opportunity this weekend in The Cov to get outside and learn about trees. On Saturday, City of Covington Urban Forester Patrick Moore and Kenton County Ex...
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