The April sale is a week early so there is no conflict with Easter weekend, therefore this month’s sale is this Friday and Saturday, April 12 and 13. This month features new items
Lucy’s Artisan Apothecary now offers soap on tap with a selection of refillable bottles, or you can bring your own. Add your own scents! Stop by Lucy’s during Spring For Art this weekend,
A Taste of Covington is an annual 5 day food, wine, music and art event revolving around the St. Tammany Art Association’s “Spring For Art” in Historic Downtown Covington. Proceeds benefit advertising and
Word of the Week contingency – 1. a future event or circumstance which is possible but cannon be predicted with certainty 2. a provision for an unforeseen event or circumstance 3. an incidental
Covington Head Start Center hosted their annual Spring Dance last weekend at the Harrison Curriculum Center Gymnasium, located at 706 W. 28th Avenue. To ensure a successful family event, Center Director Wanda Davis
Senator J.P. Morrell has just announced that on the first day of the 2019 Legislative Session he intends to file a Senate Concurrent Resolution that provides for ratification by the Louisiana Legislature of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Food, entertainment, community resources and fun featured in upcoming West 30’s Community Block Party The Second Annual West 30s Community Block Party will be held in the historic West 30s neighborhood, Saturday, April
UPDATE: Rockin’ the Rails Cancelled For April 4. Rockin’ the Rails Concert Cancelled Tonight Police Chief Stephen Culotta has consulted with the National Weather Service and out of caution and for the safety
Congratulations to Covington’s newly elected Mayor Mark Johnson, whose term begins July 1. Patrick McMath was reelected to his at-large council seat, and he is joined by Larry Rolling. Peter Lewis won District
The GOAL of ELDOA: The BIG goal of the ELDOA is to create more space for the joint, including the disc and the nerve roots. The ELDOA increases blood flow and stimulates water intake for the intervertebral disc.
Word of the Week superfluous: unnecessary, especially through being more than enough Quote of the Week “Human subtlety will never devise an invention more beautiful, more simple or more direct than does nature
Meet Peyton, a 15 year old medium mix. He is a beautiful older gentleman who is looking a home to live out his golden years. He has a few health problems, and he
The Christ Episcopal School Speech and Debate Team continued its record-breaking season by notching a Second Place Second Sweepstakes win for speech events at the National Catholic Forensics League national qualifier March 8
The Covington Police Department is excited to announce the promotions of Lieutenant Robert Blount to the rank of Deputy Chief of Police, and Sergeant Joseph “Trey” Mahon to the rank of Lieutenant. Deputy
As parent, we want to support our children in expressing and managing their feelings. But that can be difficult when the feeling is anger that is fueling a temper tantrum! Join Victoria Prather,
Democracy Versus A Republic
In a Democracy, the majority rules. If the majority decided they wanted your bike, they could take it.
In a Republic, your bike is your property and you do not owe it to anyone. It cannot be taken against your will, by law.
America is a Constitutional Republic
Therefore, the Constitution is the law by which we are supposed to be protected.
In a Republic, the individual is protected From the majority, by Constitutional Law.
A Constitutional Republic is what we were given. It is up to us to Keep It.
The Covington Lions Club will host their 11th Annual Car Show at the Covington Trailhead this Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 8 am to 3 pm. In the event of rain, the event
“It’s always a fun end of the week activity that the whole community enjoys,” says Zac Cuny, Cultural Arts & Events Coordinator for Covington.
The Covington Farmer’s Market takes place every Wednesday at the Covington Trailhead from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and every Saturday at the 600 Block of Columbia St. (Covington Police Department) from 8
Word of the week ineluctable – not to be avoided, changed or resisted. Quote of the Week “You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep spring from coming.” – Pablo Neruda