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Moon fest & goat soap

COVINGTON, Ky. – We’re told there will be a full moon tonight, but good luck seeing it through the dense blanket of clouds we’ve had for days (and feels like we’ll have ’til the end of time). Nevertheless, there’s a Full Moon Fest happening tonight that you won&rs...

Bulldozers, Biden, & the ‘5-billion-dollar mile’

2023-in-review: A summary of transformational events, energy in The Cov COVINGTON, Ky. – A startling sight set the tone for 2023 in The Cov mere days into the new year: President Joe Biden giving a speech on the banks of the Ohio River. The theme of the Jan. 4 speech was bipartisans...

Chicken wings & sheep milk vodka

COVINGTON, Ky. – How’s that for a lip-smackin’ headline to ignite your anticipation for what’s in store in The Cov this weekend? Especially since some smokin’ hot wings and a shot or two of vodka might be just what you need to stoke a flame in your innards and keep you ...

MLK Jr. Day: City Hall closed Monday,  breakfast discussion Saturday

COVINGTON, Ky. – Offices at Covington City Hall will be closed Monday to honor the federal holiday marking the birth anniversary of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Offices will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday. *** Meanwhile, an event to honor King’s legacy will be held S...

Birds, barn art & MLK Jr.

COVINGTON, Ky. – It's about to get cold. Really cold. So at first blush we’re inclined to suggest you spend the weekend cutting firewood, stuffing more insulation in the walls, and darning those old wool socks before pouring some bourbon or Covington-brewed beer and curling up wit...

Commission commends school security guard for lifesaving action

Dec. 7 declared as ‘Markie Behanan Day’ in Covington COVINGTON, Ky. – The Covington Board of Commissioners on Tuesday night officially recognized and commended a Covington Middle School security guard for his swift action that saved the life of a young student last month. On ...

Covington Snow & Ice Team ready

A backhoe in the hands of Light Equipment Operator Lonnie Johnson dumps salt into a truck driven by Laborer V James Payne outside the salt dome at Public Works’ headquarters at 1730 Russell St. Earlier in the day, drivers dumped a brine solution on hills, bridges, and other problem areas. S...

FOP #1 offering $500 college scholarship

July 1 is deadline for graduating seniors to apply 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 Fall...

Vision boards & resolutions

COVINGTON, Ky. – Whether New Year’s Eve found you resolving to get in better shape, read more books, be more creative, let go of stress, discover cool art, learn a new skill, or just get out there and expose yourself to more fun, you can get started on any and all of it in The Cov this w...

‘The 5-billion-dollar mile’: Bulldozers at the ready for 23 acres

City seeks legislative support, contractor to prepare site for developers COVINGTON, Ky. – With private developers waiting in the wings, the City of Covington hopes to break ground in early spring on installing the public infrastructure that will transform a 23-acre “blank canvas...
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