Word of the Week precipitate – cause an event or situation to happen suddenly, unexpectedly or prematurely Quotes of the Week “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding
The parish government is no stranger to skirting ethics laws, as Covington Weekly has reported in the past with legislation written by former Representative Tim Burns exempting parish council members from state ethics laws in place to prevent conflicts of interest.
The Covington Police department announced at the end of March the retirement of a long time officer, Lieutenant Jimmie Slade. Lieutenant Slade retired after serving in law enforcement for 25 years. Slade was
“This is a perfect example of how creative thinking and intergovernmental cooperation can provide improved services to the citizens with no additional taxes,” stated Mayor Cooper.
Department Director Aimee Faucheaux said “As the festival grows and evolves each year, the goal remains the same – to offer a first class juried event that reflects the unique charm and history of Covington.”
Word of the Week catalyze – to cause something to happen, especially in a way that involves a lot of change Quote of the Week “Culture is an elevated expression of the inner
Winifred is a five-year-old large breed mix who loves her toys, exercising in the yards and snuggle time. She’s an all-around great pup who would make a wonderful addition to any family! If
The Covington Fire Department is happy to announce that Barrett Hebert is promoted to the position of Captain. Congratulations Captain Hebert! The Covington Police Department is excited to announce the promotion of Sergeant
West 8th Avenue will be temporarily closed between S. Harrison Avenue and S. Monroe Street beginning Monday, April 22nd through Friday, April 26th as a result of needed utility work related to the
The City of Covington is proud to host the Covington Antiques and Unique Festival for April 27th & 28th, 2019 from 10am till 5pm. Enjoy Antiques, Vintage Collectibles and Crafts, Architectural Salvage, Silent
The City of Covington presents the free family event Egg Rollin’ at the Covington Trailhead this Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Featuring Red Barn Farm Animals, Easter Craft
Starting on Friday, April 19th through Saturday, April 27th, the Friends of the Library of West St. Tammany will be selling all books and media at half price. Hours are 9 a.m. –
Mayor Mike Cooper invites you to join the City of Covington along with the general contractor, the architect, and other partners on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 9 a.m. for a dedication event
Sunset at the Landing takes place this Friday at the Columbia Street Landing from 6 – 9 p.m. This is a free concert, open to the public, brought to you by the City
The City of Covington announced that Rockin’ the Rails is cancelled Thursday, 4/18/19 due to severe storms moving through the area. Monitor your local weather for updates. Follow these topics: Uncategorized
Word of the Week arduous – 1. hard to accomplish or achieve; difficult; marked by great labor or effort Quote of the Week “It is difficult for most poor people to truly believe
Sugar was found homeless wandering the streets in Covington as a very small puppy. Because of her bright and bubbly personality, you would never know that this six-month-old girl has spent her entire
“This suit is not about being for or against the Port Marigny Development,” said Karen Champagne, spokesperson for the citizen group. “It’s about holding elected officials accountable.
Recently, the Industrial Tax Exemption Program is in the news. According to the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP.org) in “Tax Incentives: Costly for States, Drag on the Nation”, August 2013, “…state
We love our dogs in Covington and we definitely try our hardest to pamper our pooches. Exercise is a fantastic way to show your dog you care, but why not mix in a