Colder weather is hitting Louisiana early this year, and it is always a good idea to go over safety tips for proper electrical usage. There are approximately 45,000 home electrical fires each year,
2019 Louisiana Child Passenger Safety Law The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office shared the new Louisiana Child Passenger Safety Law information on social media from Buckle Up Louisiana. The chart below shows changes
The spaces in between Michel Varisco’s work force moments of meditative stillness amidst instillations that rhythmically engulf the viewer, placing you “Just Below the Surface”. Varisco has been a working artist for over
The St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce and the Covington Business Association present a City of Covington Mayor and Council-at-Large Forum on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 from 5 – 7 p.m. At the
Offering Electronic Tax Filing, visit online to do your Federal and State Income Tax Returns for a small fee with Free Electronic Filing for both at: www.prep1040incometax.com Jerry Coner Office: 985-893-9689 Cell: 985-237-2708
John Botsford lives in the Savannahs neighborhood in District B. After the flood in 2016, John began attending city council meetings and decided to run for office to be a voice for the
The recipient of the “Chief’s Award” is chosen by the Chief of Police for someone who has shown outstanding dedication to the department. The recipients are kept…
Playmakers Theater announces Auditions for Laura, directed by Deborah Marcelle A noir mystery, Laura tells the story of a detective who falls for the strangely fascinating woman whose death he is investigating
Is your dryer having a difficult time drying clothes? You might need to have your vents cleaned. Keeping dust and debris clear of your dryer vents will improve safety and help eliminate a
Sarah –This pretty girl is Sarah our 1-year-old Medium breed mix. Sarah was brought to us as a stray by a good Samaritan who found her on the streets. Sarah is so spunky and would be
Alexis – This cream-colored domestic shorthair cat is Alexis! She is a sweet girl looking for a new home. Alexis is more than just a beauty; she is a gentle and playful feline
Chief Stephen Culotta is excited to announce Detective Edwin Masters as the new Public Information Officer (PIO) and Social Media Manager for the Covington Police Department.
Christmas festivities are interrupted when a stranger, the eager Gareth, arrives at court hoping to prove himself to the King. His opportunity arrives the following Christmas, when the Lady Lynette begs King Arthur to help her rescue her sister Lisette from the dastardly Red Knight.
The Covington Rotary Club is looking for volunteers for the month of December. Each year, the Covington Rotary Club, with the assistance of hundreds of community volunteers and donors, leads Feeding the Needy,
The City of Covington presents Deck the Rails at the Covington Trailhead this Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 4 p.m. To 7:30 p.m. This is a free, family-friendly event featuring holiday entertainment, a
The City of Covington announces a Public Workshop regarding the Menetre Park and Boat Launch Master Plan Citizens are invited to provide input and suggestions for enhancing the assets of Menetre Park and
As we enter the holiday shopping season, Sheriff Randy Smith wants to remind our residents to be safe while they are out searching for the perfect gifts. Here are 12 Holiday Shopping Safety
The Covington Police Department got an early visit from Santa’s Helpers last week, who provided the CPD with snacks and lunch as a thank you to our Covington police officers for their service.
3.9 million dogs enter American animal shelters each year, according to statistics from Do Something. However, the ASPCA reports that of these 3.9 million, just 1.6 million are adopted. With Christmas just a
Around 1915, the Ross family moved from New Orleans to Covington. Thy arrived by train, and their furniture was to arrive by schooner. Each morning the three children would venture down to the