The event supports the Grant’s Gift Foundation and its mission to provide a network of resources to help improve the lives of individuals with special needs, with a primary focus on underprivileged and disabled children, so that they can grow and prosper in order to reach their fullest potential.
Work Force Retention: The Good, the Bad and the Challenges The Eighth Covington Business Resource Workshop will provide local business owners with awareness and understanding of best practices on Human Resources fundamentals and challenges for employee retention in today’s changing workplace.
“Violence Never Brings Permanent Peace”
Honey Bee – Our sweet Honey Bee wants to be yours! She is a 1 year old medium mixed breed with a lot of fun energy and love. She loves to play. She
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
Stop by the Art House Saturday night and see the amazing things the talented artist members have created in STAA’s Members’ Gallery. Support your local artists.
Christmas trees for the recycling marsh restoration program will be picked up in the city of Covington on Saturday, January 19, 2019 by our contractor Coastal Environmental Services.
From Facebook, December 21, 2018 Covington Police Department “Yesterday, we hosted a retirement party for longtime Covington Police Department Employees, Communications Officer Richelle Sharp, and Records Clerk Ann Harrison. Richelle and Ann were
1. Saturday, January 19, 8am to 12noon 2019 Spring Seminar Castine Center, Pelican Park Hosted by St. Tammany Master Gardener Association and the LSU AgCenter 2019 Spring Seminar presented by the St. Tammany Master
From a partridge in a pear tree to twelve drummers drumming, downtown Covington is aglow with holiday images this month as the City launches its inaugural lighted display, Covington’s Twelve Days of Christmas.
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.
Candlelight Caroling at the Covington Trailhead with Crispin Schroeder is rescheduled to next Wednesday, December 19, 2018. Follow these topics: General, Local Events, Local News
Bird – This beautiful lady is Bird. She is a friendly 2 years old mixed breed, full of love and playfulness. She has a great smile that shows off her goofball personality.
“The safety of St. Tammany and every person who comes through here is — and has always been— my top concern.”
The RPC will be accepting public comments on the plans through January 2, 2019. The plans will also be presented at a public meeting held December 19, 2018, from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM at 10 Veterans Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124.
Generosity is by default an act of kindness!
The Covington Police Department is actively recruiting highly motivated individuals, who wish to begin and/or expand their law enforcement career!
Tyson – This sweet boy is Tyson, who was brought to our shelter with a broken heart and severe depression. Tyson needs a patient and loving family willing to work with him on
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