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Generous Covington businesses lend hand

 Hotel Covington’s director of rooms, Justin Ham, right, and engineer Dakota Steward with the hotel’s donations City solicits supplies to protect First Responders COVINGTON, Ky. - CoreStrong got it started with gallon jugs of hand sanitizer. Riverside Korean Restaurant donated surgi...

New Covington officer has 26 years’ service

Covington Mayor Joe Meyer, left, and Police Chief Rob Nader stand with new officer Alex Turner just after he was sworn in.   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s newest police officer has served in law enforcement for over 26 years and is a military veteran as well.  Alex Turner - most recen...

City public safety: We’ll be there for you

But residents should note small changes in procedure   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s police and fire departments are implementing small procedural changes to increase protection from the new and extremely contagious strain of coronavirus hitting the nation, but those changes won’t in...

Return of 40+ years' experience

Covington Police Chief Rob Nader hands Corey Warner his badge as Jim Donaldson looks on. Covington Police Dept. signs retired officers to one-year contracts  COVINGTON, Ky. - Two veteran Covington police officers who retired last year are back on the job, at least for the next year.  ...

Six police officers move up the ranks

Posing with Covington Police Chief Rob Nader, center, are, from left: current Sergeants Jim West, Rob Rose, and Jon Mangus (soon to be lieutenants), and current Detectives Greg Rogers, Justin Bradbury, and Jason McErlane (soon to be sergeants). Chief calls promotions ‘easy choices’ COVI...

Police: Lock car doors, hide valuables

Covington Police are trying to identify these people in their investigation of thefts from cars. COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington Police are urging residents to lock their parked vehicles and remove or hide valuables. “We’ve had an uptick in thefts from cars throughout the city, mostly in res...

Covington’s newest officer served in Afghanistan

Covington Mayor Joe Meyer swears in police recruit James Elliott earlier today. COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington continues to fill vacant positions in its Police Department created when changes to the state pension system sparked an array of retirements.  The department’s newest hire is a forme...

Covington’s newest officer a returnee

New Covington Police Officer Tyler Tipton is flanked by Police Chief Rob Nader and Mayor Joe Meyer after he took the oath of office today. USMC veteran Tipton worked for City in previous stint   COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s newest police officer is a Marine who served as a patrol officer...

FOP giving $500 to a high school senior

  COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s police union wants to give $500 to a high school senior who is headed to college.   To earn the Covington FOP Lodge #1 Fallen Officer Scholarship, seniors have to fill out the attached application and write an essay answering “What does livin...

‘Hope it never happens’

Covington’s public safety officers practice entering a school building and rescuing victims earlier today. Forming the protective shield are Police Officers Matt Raabe, Rachel White and Gregg Andrews (behind White). Behind them are Fire Department recruits Chase Autry and Brandon Padilla. Assi...
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