The Covington Police Department would like to thank Gallardo Signs and Printing, who recently re-striped the Bike Patrol Division’s entire fleet of bicycles. Look for the newly striped bikes on a local street
The Covington Library Temporary Branch closed on January 15th and materials are being moved to the newly renovated original building. The Covington Branch will officially reopen on Monday, January 27, 2020. A ribbon
The City of Covington has hired Compliance EnviroSystems, LLC to conduct smoke testing of the sanitary sewer system in upcoming weeks throughout the River Forest Subdivision. This testing is scheduled to begin on
Coastal Environmental Services will pick up bare Christmas trees for RECYCLING on Monday, January 13, 2020. Trees for recycling MUST be green with no artificial decorations/adornments/stands attached. Christmas trees that are unable to
Every year in December, members of the Covington Police Department get together to plan and organize the Caroline Darby Christmas Wish Toy Giveaway Event. We are happy to say that this year was
A recent LADOTD bridge inspection of the W. 11th Avenue Bridge at Mile Branch in Covington found critical deficiencies in the substructure. In 2018, the City of Covington began the engineering design for
Recently, members of the Covington Police Department had the honor of attending the Slidell Police Department’s Regional Police Training Academy where five of Covington Police Departments recruits have attended for the past 18
The general consensus among those that are inclined to consider the existence of ghosts is that an entity will be restless when there is unsettled business, or when justice has not been served.
You’re Suggesting A Hierarchy of Organizations 2019 finishes up the 7th year that the Covington Weekly has been in downtown Covington. Five of those years were spent understanding how economic development happens on
Mandeville, LA – Leadership St. Tammany (LST) introduced the members of its Class of 2020 at a reception and ceremony on Wednesday, July 24, at The Greystone Venue in Mandeville. The event recognized
The Covington Fire Department announced the deployment of Firefighter/Operator Sgt. George Frost who serves in the United States Army as a Combat Flight Medic. This is his second tour to Afghanistan. Sgt. Frost
Brooks Bike Shop is busy making bike racks! You can find the one on top at the Lion’s Den Salon, and the one below is in front of Mo’s Art Supply. If you
“Slow Your Roll”
We as a community want to trust our leaders and believe they have our best interest in mind and will do the right thing when no one is looking. That is really a simple expectation and not far fetched – Right?
The City of Covington has contracted with Dana Brown & Associates to update the 2007 Comprehensive Plan. Dana Brown & Associates are a New Orleans based multidisciplinary firm that has extensive experience in
Recently, Covington Councilmen Mark Verret and Patrick McMath joined Mayor Mark Johnson, Councilman Clay Madden of Mandeville and environmental enthusiast Ross Richardson on a “field trip” to the facility in Sumrall, MS that
“I feel blessed, humbled, and lucky to work in a community I love so much. It is a great privilege to serve my community and to be recognized with this award for the work I’ve done. It motivates me as a public servant to do more for the City of Covington and St. Tammany Parish,” said Rolling.
If elected, it is my intention to end the “pay-to-play” politics in St. Tammany Parish. To do this, the East & West Chambers will have the same access as any other citizen–nothing more, nothing less.”
There will be a complete road closure on LA 36, approximately 0.9 miles from the LA 21/LA 36 junction (110 feet West of Opelousas St.) Beginning on Monday, August 26, 2019 at 8
Mandeville, LA (Aug. 6, 2019) – Mandeville native Richard Nelson qualified to run as a Republican for the District 89 seat of the Louisiana House of Representatives. Nelson is Vice President and an