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Covington’s newest Police officer always wanted to be a cop

COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington’s newest police officer looks forward to a long career of service to the people of Covington. Trevor Collins was sworn in by Mayor Joe Meyer this morning and received his badge from Assistant Police Chief Matt Winship in a ceremony at City Hall. Prior to ...

Riverfest rules set for downtown, Devou

Familiar restrictions for fireworks display address safety, traffic, parking COVINGTON, Ky. – Large crowds will again flock to the riverfront and viewing spots around Covington to watch the 47th annual Labor Day weekend fireworks on Sunday, Sept. 3, so the City and its Police Departmen...

‘Love The COV’ sculpture to overlook river

Photo provided by Southbank Partners. Southbank Partners’ gift expands gallery of outdoor public art COVINGTON, Ky. – Nashville has its winged “What Lifts You” mural. Chicago has “Cloud Gate,” aka “The Bean.” Cincinnati has its “Sing the Qu...

Aliens & river swim

COVINGTON, Ky. – It’s no stretch to say that this weekend has some out-of-this-world happenings in store. Trust us. (Or “trust no one,” as Mulder and Scully might say.) Among the fun in The Cov this weekend, you can swim the Ohio River, witness (and sip) a little alchemy, ...

Heritage Trades Academy ready for enrollment

Full curriculum now available to teach in-demand skills for work on historic buildings COVINGTON, Ky. – After a series of weekend and week-long workshops earlier this year on topics like old-style wood windows and tuckpointing, the Covington Academy of Heritage Trades is ready for ...

Boats, Barbie, Water Day & art

COVINGTON, Ky. – At what point in adulthood do we no longer equate the return to the classroom with the end of summer? Even though your kids are back learning “i before e” and all about that theorem of Pythagoras, we’re positive the season doesn’t officially end until S...

Wetzel brings substantial experience to City’s project director role

COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington’s new Director of Special Projects & Inter-Governmental Affairs brings a solid track record of public service to the position. Having worked as the City of Cincinnati’s Senior Project Coordinator and Assistant to the City Manager, Elizabeth Wetzel loo...

New Covington Police recruit comes from National Guard

The Covington Police Department's newest recruit, Jackson Sora, poses with Police Chief Brian Valenti and Mayor Joe Meyer, right. COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington Mayor Joe Meyer administered the oath of office today to the Police Department’s newest recruit, Jackson Sora, a Northern Ke...

Gin & Metal

COVINGTON, Ky. – Now you want an icy cold beverage, right? Chilled gin poured into a metal coupe that’s been in the freezer for the last hour? Now, that’s a libation that’s staying cold. Tonight’s gin launch event at Juniper’s will serve such cold drinks up in ...

Quality of Place Grant applications due Sept. 18

Program supports creative, place-based projects COVINGTON, Ky. – You know those beautiful new benches that resemble open books? They instill a sense of place. The towering and sweeping murals adorning the side of Covington buildings? They’re becoming part of our local identity. And th...
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