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Covington searching for City Solicitor to replace retiring Davidson

‘Exciting place to be right now’ COVINGTON, Ky. – The City of Covington is looking for an attorney to run its Legal Department. With City Solicitor David Davidson retiring at the end of June, the City has posted an Opening for City Solicitor. Davidson, who has been practicing law for 44 years, has overseen the City’s Legal operations since April 2022. He called the...

Heritage Trades academy honored

Posing with the Cincinnati Preservation Association’s award are, from left, Diane McConnell, Director of Workforce Development with the Enzweiler Building Institute; Kaitlin Bryan, the City of Covington’s Regulatory Services Manager & Historic Preservation Specialist; and Brian Miller, President of the Covington Academy of Heritage Trades/Executive Vice President of the Building In...

KEEPIN’ IT REAL in THE COV: Left Bank Coffeehouse’s Ruggedly Handsome Toilet Paper Guy

Below, Left Bank Coffeeshop owners Russ and Jackie Slone escorted the Ruggedly Handsome Toilet Paper Guy (seen in detail above) to the City's Authenti-CITY awards last Friday. With the Slones is Covington Business Retention & Expansion Specialist Patrick Duffy, whose attire fit the ceremony's theme. GI Joe is more than ‘Kenough’ for the task (EDITOR’S NOTE: This...

KEEPIN’ IT REAL in THE COV: The Roost Latonia

First Photo: Some say The Roost Latonia has become the heart of the Latonia neighborhood. Second Photo: The Roost Latonia owner Billie Kegley accepting the Authenti-CITY award from Covington Business Retention & Expansion Specialist Patrick Duffy. ‘So much more than a coffee shop’ (EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of five articles naming the winners of the 2024 Authent...

River Sweep ’24: Help clean litter off banks of La Belle Riviere

Volunteers needed Saturday for annual event COVINGTON, Ky. – The Iroquois called the river “Ohio” – a name translated by the French as La Belle Riviere, or “the beautiful” -- and come Saturday, volunteers are needed to help keep it that way. As part of the Covington “leg” of national River Sweep activities held every year, volunteers will clean...

KEEPIN’ IT REAL in THE COV: Rosie’s Tavern

First photo: Rosie's Tavern at 643 Bakewell St. has long been known as the friendliest bar in town. Second photo: Rosie's Jeremy Braun accepting the Authenti-CITY award from Covington Business Retention & Expansion Specialist Patrick Duffy. (You belong here) (EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of five articles naming the winners of the 2024 Authenti-CITY awards given by th...

From spaceship house to 'handsome' TP dispenser

From left, Business Attraction Manager Susan Smith, Zoning Administrator Dan Wood, Administrative Assistant Katie O’Neill, Regulatory Services Manager & Historic Preservation Specialist Kaitlin Bryan, Business Retention & Expansion Manager Patrick Duffy, Infrastructure Development Specialist (and Covington Motor Vehicle Parking Authority Executive Director) Kyle Snyder. Annual awa...

Covington PD welcomes experienced officer

Photo, from left to right, Police Chief Brian Valenti, Officer Luke McDonnell, and Mayor Joe Meyer.  COVINGTON, Ky. – Covington’s newest police officer brings to the department nearly a decade of experience, Luke McDonnell having served as a police officer with both the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and the St. Louis County Police Department. McDonnell was adminis...

From Lewisburg to Latonia, City helping 6 more small businesses

Herb & Thelma’s Tavern plans to restore the historic electric Wiedemann sign that used to hang on its building. $$$ for façade work, rent subsidies, historic electric sign COVINGTON, Ky. – The latest winners of small business funds from the City of Covington are an eclectic bunch – both in terms of location and use: A shop that will manufacture and sell flavored p...

Just for Mom: Garden mart, art & BBQ

COVINGTON, Ky. – If you’re looking for something special to do with or for your mom for Mother’s Day on Sunday, you’ll be relieved to know that weekend events in The Cov present pretty fine options. For example, you could take her on a garden shopping spree. Or you could treat her to good BBQ. Or peruse good art while strolling through a park along the Covington banks of...
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