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
Join the Redwine Jazz Band as they Swing into Christmas Covington Style on Thursday, December 6, 2018 at the Fuhrmann Auditorium, located at 128 W. 23rd Avenue. The band consists of Ben Redwine,
The Friends of the Library of West St. Tammany monthly book sale takes place this Friday and Saturday, November 16th & 17th, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. This month features
The Second Annual Falaya Fest takes place Saturday at the Bogue Falaya Wayside Park, beginning at 11 a.m. Tickets are available at Susan’s on Columbia, Columbia Street Rock n Blues Cafe and online.
The City of Covington’s Gallery at City Hall will open the solo exhibition of Sue Zaunbrecher with a reception. Mayor Mike Cooper invites the public to attend on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018, 5
While the Three Rivers Art Festival is a fine event that brings revenue to the City and Downtown, there are a few minor details that if addressed realistically, could make this event even
For the final installment of the Fall Season at Marsolan’s Old Feed Store Music Series, they welcome the Dave Bandrowski Band for the 12 – 1 p.m. Concert and the Ric Robertson Band
The Annual Three Rivers Art Festival takes place this Saturday and Sunday in Historic Downtown Covington. Tents line the street with artistic offerings from around the country. All of your favorite local spots
The Inaugural Tammany Turkey Trot is like a highlight reel of the areas that make Covington & St. Tammany such a great place to live. Ready to experience the history of downtown Covington,
SSA recently completed their 2018 Teddy Bear Drive, and Interim Covington Police Chief Stephen Culotta had this to say: “We would like to thank the students and staff of St. Scholastica Academy for
The Covington Rotary Club is thrilled to announce that Mrs. Gayle Benson, New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner and well-known philanthropist, will be the distinguished guest speaker at its 2018 Feeding the Needy
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
Youth Service Bureau provides invaluable services to at-risk youth and their families, and advocacy for children who have been victims of abuse. Since 1981, YSB has worked to provide protection and guidance for
The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. According to the 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 6.2 million Americans misused controlled prescription
The City of Covington presents Trick or Treatin’ at the Covington Trailhead this Saturday. This is a free, family-friendly event featuring face-painting, halloween crafts and pumpkin decorating, plus a red barn farm tour.
The Columbia Street Block Party takes place this Friday evening in historic downtown Covington. Take a stroll down the street and see classic cars, hear live music, stop in your favorite spot for
CLAPS introduces the 2018-19 Season with “She Kills Monsters”, a dramatic comedy play by Qui Ngyuen that debuted in 2011. The protagonist Agnes Evans discovers that her deceased younger sister Tilly played the
Falaya Fest 2018 is less than a month away, and tickets are on sale at locations around downtown Covington. You can purchase tickets at Columbia Street Rock N Blues Cafe at 407 N.
October 3rd marked the last day for Tim Lentz as Chief of Police of Covington, LA. Lentz received a plaque from the City of Covington in recognition of his dedication and innovative leadership
Biketoberfest takes place this Saturday October 20, 2018 at 12 noon at 416 E. Gibson St.! Celebrate with Brooks’ Bike Shop, Rosemary’s Closet and more! Follow these topics: General, Local Events, Local News