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Flowers, clowns, and ‘talkies’

COVINGTON, Ky. – Here we are at the end of January. How are those 2023 resolutions coming along? If you declared this as the year you’ll buy flowers for yourself, relax more with a cold brew, make art, and see more live productions, then this week presents you with some fine opportuni...

Architect team picked to design new City Hall

Staff Photo: The future home of Covington City Hall in the 600 block of Scott Boulevard. City a step closer to ending ‘migratory existence,’ creating permanent home that better serves residents COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington on Tuesday moved one step closer to end...

Bicycle infrastructure plan on consent agenda

City would partner with Tri-State Trails on creating strategy to make The Cov more bike friendly COVINGTON, Ky. – Wanting to take a strategic and feasible approach to making Covington more bike friendly, the Board of Commissioners tonight will vote on partnering with the advocacy group...

Dolly & side hustles

COVINGTON, Ky. – There’s big ol’ weekend-long birthday party going on in The Cov this weekend for none other than Dolly Parton. So, make sure you make time for a slice of celebration. There’s also a workshop where you might learn how to escape the daily grind of your curre...

Covington gains two new police officers

Photo: Left to right, Covington Police Chief Brian Valenti, new Police Department hires Tatum Abercrombie and Johnathon Stribling, and Mayor Joe Meyer. New hires include transfer from law enforcement agency COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington Police Department’s newest recruits are a five-y...

Wine, yoga & Hollywood glitter

COVINGTON, Ky. – Stretch, clean, and check out some Hollywood glitter and glam this weekend. You’re also invited to a magical birthday party where part of the magic is you can make a difference for others by bringing canned goods to donate to Be Concerned for its food pantry. Chase...

Tapping into local talent

‘Covington Works’ to provide services for under/unemployed residents  to succeed in the workforce Photo by Sam Greenhill COVINGTON, Ky. – A new workforce development project will invest in one of the city’s best resources: the talent in its own backyard, so to s...

Enroll in new construction trades school at Saturday info session

Photo provided by Enzweiler Building Institute. Classes start Jan. 31 at Enzweiler Building Institute in Latonia COVINGTON, Ky. – Classes at the new Enzweiler Building Institute construction trades school in Latonia begin Jan. 31, and to help students sign up, an information-and-enrollme...

New year, new you? We can help

COVINGTON, Ky. – Go be you this weekend. Not sure who that is exactly, or what it looks like? No worries. There are a couple of events happening in The Cov this weekend that will guide you back to your true self so you can put together a vision board to set out on your journey to get wha...

FOP offering $500 scholarship

COVINGTON, Ky. – It’s not too soon for upcoming high school graduates to compose an essay that could lead to a $500 college scholarship from Covington’s police union. The deadline is July 1 for the Covington FOP Lodge #1 Fallen Officer Scholarship, which is open to 2023 high sch...
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