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‘Touch a Truck’ draws over 1,000

COVINGTON, Ky. - An estimated 1,100 people converged on the Latonia Shopping Center early Saturday afternoon for the City of Covington’s first “Touch a Truck” event. The star of the show were the trucks - all the vehicles used by public service agencies in the City (and...

‘Touch a Truck’ showcases safety, service vehicles

COVINGTON, Ky. - There’s an obvious reason that the City of Covington’s “Touch a Truck” open house is being held on the vast parking lot of the Latonia Shopping Center.   Few other places in the City - if any - would be large enough.   The event, to be held from 11 ...

Covington swears in new police officer

New Covington Police Officer Michelle Fern poses with Chief Rob Nader and Mayor Joe Meyer after being sworn in and gaining her Covington badge today. COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington gained another police officer today, and once again the officer arrives with years of experience.  Michell...

Covington swears in new police officer

New Covington Police Officer Jacob McBee poses with Chief Rob Nader and Mayor Joe Meyer after being sworn in and gaining his Covington badge today. COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington gained an experienced police officer today.  Jacob McBee, previously a patrol officer with the Fort Mitchell...

Riverfest rules for downtown, Devou in effect Sunday

COVINGTON, Ky. - Familiar restrictions designed to ensure safety and orderly traffic flow will be put in place in the northern part of downtown Covington and Devou Park on Sunday as enormous crowds flock to the riverfront to watch the annual Labor Day weekend fireworks.   The rules address issu...

Know a young adult turning his/her life around?

COVINGTON, Ky. - Do you know someone under age 28 who had trouble with the law when they were younger but ever since has made great strides in turning his or her life around?   If so, the Kentucky Juvenile Justice Advisory Board would like to hear about him or her.   The JJAB’s Subco...

Decal signals Covington PD’s elite status

Mechanic Mark Ranson of Covington Public Works’ Fleet Management Division applies the CALEA decal to a new cruiser. COVINGTON, Ky. - Nine new police cruisers are hitting Covington’s streets, and among their new features is a tiny and somewhat rare decal that says a lot about the professi...

Covington swears in new officer

Covington Mayor Joe Meyer swore in new Police Officer Alexandra Birkley in a short ceremony at City Hall today as Chief Rob Nader looked on. COVINGTON, Ky. – The Covington Police Department gained a new officer today.  Alexandra Birkley was sworn in this afternoon by Mayor Joe Meyer durin...

City Seeks Applications for Laborer and Clerk Typist

JOIN OUR TEAM! We are currently seeking a Laborer to join our Public Works Department. Job Title: Laborer  Department: Public Works Salary: $1,086.50 Bi-Weekly (Laborer 1)  SUMMARY Under the general supervision and direction of the Public Works Dir...

Police officer to be assigned to Holmes campus

COVINGTON, Ky. - A Covington police officer will soon be assigned permanently to the campus of Holmes High School and Middle School.   The Covington City Commission voted 5-0 tonight to approve an agreement between the City and Covington Independent Public Schools authorizing the officer’...
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