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Covington bans hair discrimination

Commissioner Michelle Williams, bottom center, jokes about wearing “my naturally curly hair” for Tuesday night’s meeting to mark the vote on The CROWN Act. City 1st in Ky. to make CROWN Act part of Human Rights Ordinance   COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington laid down...

No political signs on public property

When the leaves start to fall, the political signs start popping up. Here’s a photo taken in the 1970s by a photographer for the now defunct The Kentucky Post. (Photo used courtesy of the Kenton County Public Library) City to remove posters in the right of way  COVINGTON, Ky. – Colo...

City clarifies alcohol rules

Some of the beer choices from The Gruff restaurant at Second and Greenup streets. New order gives refunds for event cancelations, 2:30 a.m. licenses New order gives refunds for event cancelations, 2:30 a.m. licenses COVINGTON, Ky. - Refunds of temporary alcohol licenses and 2:30 a.m. permit...

91 days later, YMCA property changes hands

Developer Guy van Rooyen, front left, and Covington Mayor Joe Meyer, front right, sign agreements to transfer ownership of three properties at Madison Avenue and Pike Street. With the signers were, clockwise from left, attorney Tom Fisher and several City officials: Economic Development Director Tom...

New entertainment zone would help festivals

COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington is poised to adopt a regulation that - during certain festivals and special events - would allow visitors to walk between establishments throughout parts of downtown with an open beer, cup of bourbon or other alcohol.   “It will NOT allow people to r...

UDRB Decision Appeal to Board of Commission

  Appeal Meeting

City Seeks Applications for Legal Assistant

JOIN OUR TEAM! We are currently seeking a Legal Assistant to join our Legal Department. Job Title: Legal Assistant Department: Legal Department Salary:$36,933.00 - $40,600.00 (DOQ) SUMMARY This position supports the City Solicitor and the Legal Department in various admi...

City solicitor wanted mission ‘bigger than me’

Solicitor Michael Bartlett came to the City of Covington to be "a small part of something bigger." COVINGTON, Ky. - The ambush-style shooting of Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim changed the trajectory of Michael Bartlett’s career. Having represented police officers during his early years as...

City hires law firm to sue opioid manufacturers, distributors

COVINGTON, Ky. - In a state ravaged by addiction to prescription pain-killers, Covington has seen its share of the damage.   From increased crime to overdose deaths to financial ruin to newborn babies suffering withdrawal symptoms, opioid misuse and abuse have created an array of shattering pro...

Employee training part of City's stronger ethics push

COVINGTON, Ky. - About two dozen directors and managers at the City of Covington today attended a training session to learn more about the City's strengthened ethics code, part of its ongoing efforts to maintain and improve public trust.   The session was conducted by John Schaaf, executive dir...
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