Local Author Offers Simple & Effective Philosophy – “A Poor Man Can Survive” by Murray James, Jr

Mr. Murray James, Jr. is a quiet, unassuming and friendly gentleman, quick with a smile and a warm handshake. By his own account, he started out with very little, but rather than allow

History Antiques Hosts Open House & Book Signing of “Money Hill” by Mimi Dossett

History Antiques & Interiors will host an open house on Friday, December 12th from 10 am – 5 pm. Refreshments will be provided, and a book signing of “Money Hill” with author Mimi

Parishwide Trace 20th Anniversary Celebration Kicks Off at the Covington Trailhead Saturday

Come Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Tammany Trace. Whatever your style, the Trace Anniversary Celebration has it, with fun for the whole family. This moving celebration kicks-off in the morning on Saturday,

Wanted: Historical Artifacts For Covington Heritage Foundation Open House

Join the Covington Heritage Foundation (CHF) Wednesday October 15th to participate in preserving the history of Covington! The CHF is in search of historical artifacts from Covington such as family historical documents, vintage

Covington’s Natural Beauty Conducive To Good Health by Liz Bragdon, Our Place Studio

The natural beauty and charm of Covington is everywhere for you to see: the densely treed green neighborhoods, the quaint lines of historic downtown that meander along with the Bogue Falaya river, the

Southern Hotel Hosts Weekend Of Pre-Opening Activities Starting May 30th

The Southern Hotel will celebrate their progress with a weekend of events, welcoming the public into their newly renovated hotel. The festivities will start May 30th with a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome

“Rainbows On My Ceiling” By Patricia F. Clanton – New Book Of Poetry A Beautiful Collection Of Thoughts And Photography

Mrs. Clanton’s collection of poems has something in it for everyone, ranging from whimsical to  philosophical.  Remembrances of Covington are captured in poetry that reflects her deep caring about our city, and love

Rosemary’s Closet – For All Of Your Vintage Needs

Rosemary’s Closet is Covington’s spot to find the most unique and interesting vintage clothing and accessories. Owner Elizabeth Pfeffer Williams is a retired school principal whose family has a long history in Covington.

Covington Heritage Foundation In Place For 2014

Since 1982, the City of Covington’s Division of St John, has been recognized as an historic district by the United States Department of Interior Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service and is designated as

Covington Heritage Foundation Kickoff Event This Thursday

The NEW Covington Heritage Foundation will host an Inaugural Membership Drive and Kickoff Celebration open to the public on Thursday, December 5th, 6:00 p.m., at the Center of Performing Arts, 201 N. Columbia

Walker Percy Book Club Kicks Off in November at The English Tea Room

The English Tea Room will kick off the Walker Percy Book Club with a reading of “The Moviegoer” Thursday, November 7th.  These meetings will be held the first and third Thursday of the

St. Tammany Parish Fair – Wednesday October 2nd – Sunday October 6th at the St. Tammany Parish Fairgrounds

The St. Tammany Parish Fair Association celebrates St. Tammany culture with a full week of agricultural and horticultural exhibits, Rodeo, Fair and Rodeo Queen and Princess Pageants, music, food, talent showcases, and of

The Closing Of The Time Capsule At The Covington Trailhead – To Be Reopened in 2063

The City of Covington concluded their Bicentennial celebrations with one last hurrah – the closing of the Bicentennial Time Capsule! The ceremony included all who were involved in this years events with members of