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‘Shop with a Cop’ photos will make your day

Covington Police Officer Josh Knott demonstrates his wrapping skills. COVINGTON, Ky. – The smiling faces on the 22 children – and the 24 Covington Police Officers who participated in the Covington Police Department’s annual “Shop with a Cop” event on Wednesday – will put even the most bah-humbug Scrooge in the holiday spirit. Each year, the FOP p...

Soup, hops & holiday shopping

COVINGTON, Ky. – The first snow has fallen (… and has been cleaned up – “thank you” to Covington Public Works crews for those safe streets), and it officially feels like the holidays are upon us. So, this weekend, how about cozying up with friends for some homemade soup for a good cause at Lil’s Bagels? Or grab your gift list and head to Latonia (where ...

Cows, ballerinas & imperial stout

COVINGTON, Ky. – If a holiday event featuring cows isn’t enough to herald the start of the festive season that is upon us, then maybe striking a pose with an alpaca will do the trick. There’s also plenty of opportunities to make progress on your holiday shopping. (Supply chain woes? What supply chain woes? #shoplocal). And once you’ve checked a few gifts off your list...

Shop local & dulcimers

COVINGTON, Ky. – This week’s Weekend in #LoveTheCov comes to you a day early on what many know as the busiest bar night of the year (while others know it as the day when they rarely leave their kitchen, busy with prepping for tomorrow’s Thanksgiving meal). To each his own. All that really matters is that your holiday is a good one. Once you’ve finished your feast, ...

Beer miles & train tracks

COVINGTON, Ky. – With City Hall and other offices closed for Veterans Day on Thursday, we’re putting out our narrative weekend events calendar a day early. You should be glad we are, because there’s a lot of cool stuff going on in The Cov. Feel like an easy, laidback weekend to you? Then how about a workshop where you can make your own journal … or incense? Feeling b...

A little drag, a musical & a mural

COVINGTON, Ky. – After weekends of more events than we (or our little keyboard-pecking-fingers) could believe, life during the first weekend in November seems to have slowed down a wee bit. Maybe it’s the frosty nights. That said, the quality of the entertainment and engagement value remains large in The Cov. There are some seriously good events happening, so get out there &ndash...

Theme: Orange & black

COVINGTON, Ky. – October has flown by like a witch on a new broom … but before we start pondering whether we’ll be roasting or deep-frying a bird for that next holiday, let’s celebrate the holiday that is upon us: Halloween. This weekend in The Cov, there’s trick-or-treat (from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, so get your candy ready), and plenty of events celebrating cos...

A more inviting ‘front door’

Friday event seeks ideas on Clay Wade Bailey gateway COVINGTON, Ky. – Every welcoming home maintains an inviting entry point … an attractive “front door,” so to speak, that beckons visitors to cross its threshold. “Welcoming” cities are not any different. That’s why the City of Covington is starting a public conversation about how to improve one ...

Needed: Volunteers to plant 80 trees

Volunteers donating their time and sweat at planting events over the years have played a big part in creating Covington’s urban canopy. Saturday event targets shade-poor streets in West Latonia COVINGTON, Ky. – Looking to do something worthwhile this weekend? How about helping to establish a verdant canopy of trees along City streets? The Covington Urban Forestry Board will pl...

‘Trick or Treat’ hours set in The Cov

Use common sense, caution to keep kids safe from accidents, COVID-19 COVINGTON, Ky. – Whether you pass out candy or make the annual trek in search of some, here’s the official news: Trick or treat hours in the City of Covington will take place 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 31. So … start putting those costumes together, buying that candy, clearing your sidewalk and/or s...
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