“I am confident that Chief Culotta will build upon the foundation and culture established over the past several years with the continued commitment to maintain safety in our community” said Mayor Cooper.
Local community activist and longtime Covington resident, Keitisha Young, has qualified for the Covington City Council’s District A position in the March 2019 election.
Covington City Councilman Larry Rolling, announced Monday he will seek a new position as Council-at-Large on the Covington City Council in the March 2019 election. Due to term limits, we will see a new
Covington, La. – Local arts educator and cultural community leader, Meghan Garcia, announced her candidacy for Covington District E Councilperson in the upcoming March election. Garcia is a Talented Art teacher in St.
COVINGTON, La. – Local civic leader, Cody Driskell Ludwig, is announcing her intention to run for the Covington City Council’s District D position in the March 2019 election. Ludwig, 32, is currently a
The historic old firehouse on North Theard Street is being renovated as a public venue for small meetings, events, and activities. Local architect Michael Hunley is overseeing this project for the City of
The Brylski Company 1/23/2018 – The City of Covington has hired the local Louisiana law firm Porteous, Hainkel & Johnson LLP to take on America’s pharmaceutical industry for knowingly mislabeling and misrepresenting their
Covington Weekly ran an unofficial poll with regard to cannabis decriminalization in the City of Covington with overwhelmingly favorable response. Regardless of the response, the City’s stance is that local ordinances cannot supersede
The seventh installment of the award-winning Covington Business Resource Workshop series was held Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the Bogue Falaya Hall of the Greater Covington Center (Covington City Hall Complex). The workshop
Louisiana introduced Medical Marijuana Legislation and the New Orleans City Council voted on measures to decriminalize cannabis possession over the last year. This allows law enforcement to focus on crimes that actually involve
The dust settled from Covington’s At Large Council race, and Patrick McMath has won the position. Covington Weekly would like to congratulate Councilman McMath on the win, and we are anxious to see
After careful consideration, and despite the urging and support of citizens and leaders to run for the at-large council seat, Larry Rolling, City of Covington District D councilman, has decided to wait until
City of Covington Public Meeting/Workshop Scheduled Regarding Proposed Ordinance Establishing Water and Sewerage Capacity Charges The City of Covington has scheduled a Public Meeting / Workshop for Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at 5:30
Monday, May 2, 2016, Chief Tim Lentz was joined by his partners in law enforcement to include, Mandeville Police, Pearl River Police, Madisonville Police, Folsom Police, Sheriff’s Office, District Attorney Warren Montgomery, Parish
Pickup of all household debris removed from flood damaged homes continues in the City of Covington. Residents may place all flood debris curbside for pickup. Covington’s annual city-wide cleanup is underway, as the
“Think Clean?…Think Covington!” – the 2015 Covington Cleanest City Contest theme falls right in line with Covington’s City-wide Cleanup campaign beginning Saturday, March 7th. Through the coordinated effort and sponsorship of Covington Garden
For the third consecutive year, the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to the City of Covington by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and
The Covington City Council will decide on the “hot topic” St. Scholastica Academy expansion plan on May 20th. The plan, which was approved by the Historic District Committee on April 8th, was appealed
It started with a ride from the corner of New Hampshire and Boston to the City Council Chambers. After listening to feedback from the community during one of the highest-attended meetings in recent
The April 7th meeting at the City Council Chambers will be a public meeting hosted by the Recreation District #10 Board where they will discuss the proposition on the May 3rd ballot. Presentation