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Covington giving $1.15MM to non-profits

Purple designates the federal Qualified Census Tracts where services must be delivered. Note that the 501.00 and 506.00 tracts in the upper right corner are actually in Newport and not eligible for Covington’s funds. City seeking proposals to use ARPA money to mitigate damage of COVID-...

NKY Pride 2022: Week culminates with parade, festival in The Cov

Inclusivity part of City’s core identity, economic development strategy COVINGTON, Ky. – Whether you call them “unicorns” or “gargicorns” (to play off their gargoyle-esque vibe), the concrete magical beasts donated to the NKY Pride Center and installed on to...

7 recipients of small business assistance epitomize ‘all character, no chains’ brand

The Empanada’s Box, a South American-themed restaurant, will be moving to 212 W. Pike St. from Cincinnati in June. COVINGTON, Ky. – A specialty South American restaurant, a cigar lounge, a specialized chiropractic care business, a destination bourbon bar, a legacy auto repair center, ...

City offices closed Monday

Memorial Day parade, events held in Covington COVINGTON, Ky. – Offices at City Hall at 20 W. Pike St. will be closed Monday for Memorial Day and will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday. The public is invited to honor the military fallen at the annual parade and an array of ceremonies at military m...

Madison, MLK Blvd. to be closed for 10 days

'Nightmare' decorative bricks to be replaced starting June 13th COVINGTON, Ky. – One of Covington’s busiest intersections -- Madison Avenue and M.L. King Jr. Boulevard/12th Street – will be closed to traffic for an estimated 10 days starting June 13th for ...

Spiderman, poetry & the zine thing

COVINGTON, Ky. – We’re pretty sure you have a weekend planned that’s full of cookouts and pool parties this Memorial Day Weekend, but we hope you’ll make a point in between the festivities to pause and honor the many who paid the ultimate sacrifice in their service to our cou...

State pledges $45.5MM in future tax revenue to IRS project

O’Rourke Wrecking continues to demolish the 17-acre former IRS “Flat Top” located just west of Madison Avenue. City gets OK to create TIF District to pay for infrastructure costs COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington can use up to $45.5 million in future state tax reve...

Goal of CDBG/HOME? Help people

Comment period underway for federal grant programs COVINGTON, Ky. – The public has two opportunities to weigh in on a draft proposal that outlines how to invest about $3 million in Covington neighborhoods, plus about $2 million on affordable housing in Covington and four surrounding ci...

Feds award $1.8MM for IRS site

O’Rourke Wrecking continues to demolish the IRS site. This view is taken from RiverCenter Boulevard, looking south. Grant to help pay for design of roads, sidewalks, utilities COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington has secured another piece of funding for the redevelopment of the 2...

Amnesty set up for unpaid parking tickets

Pay outstanding fines in June to erase extra penalties, head off being towed COVINGTON, Ky. – If you own one or more of the 21,811 unpaid parking tickets issued in the City of Covington during the last six years, the City has an offer for you: Pay the original fine, and you can both igno...
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