On this strange and chilly Mardi Gras day, many of us do “know what it means to miss New Orleans”. Here’s a selection of some of the best famous quotes about the city we love.
Bobbi has been homeless and at Northshore Humane Society for over one year. Her kennel mate, Charlie, who kept her company was recently adopted leaving her alone once again. Bobbi is a two-year-old grey tabby kitty with the prettiest green eyes. While she is a little bashful when first meeting someone, she warms up pretty quickly!
On Friday, February 12th the pitbulls confiscated from an alleged dogfighting ring in Hammond were transported to no-kill animal rescue, Northshore Humane Society, for a second chance after living chained or secured to trees in a backyard for years.
Join Brooks’ Bike Shop and the Covington Bicycle Club for a Mardi Gras Bicycle Parade this Saturday, February 13th, 2021. Tour local homes and businesses in the Rollin’ on the Three Rivers House Float Parade on your bicycle – or rent one from Brooks’!
Covington Weekly is excited to introduce the new Historic Walking Tour, a map and guide of historic locations in downtown Covington! Find the map in the latest edition of our Quarterly publication, out now at these fine locations…
Heck of a Tuesday, friends! Clouds may be gathering, threatening to disturb our Wednesday market but don’t let that deter you. After all, who wouldn’t brave a few drops for a tasty black bean and beet burger from Bhakti Farms?
The City of Covington’s free concert “Chillin’ at the River” that was scheduled for Thursday, February 11th, 2021, has been postponed due to expected bad weather. Stay tuned for updates on a rescheduled date!
St. Tammany Art Association (STAA) presents a new exhibition, “Anima Vestra,” by Mandeville artist Anne London-Zyejnieks, on display February 13 through March 27, 2021 in the Miriam Barranger Gallery of the Arthouse.
Donald is a six-year-old large breed mix and a gentle and relaxed guy. He loves to cuddle in his covers each night and sleep with a tennis ball in his mouth. We know there is someone out there looking for this guy to be their new best friend!
Louisiana will expand eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines on Monday (Feb. 8), Gov. John Bel Edwards announced in a Thursday press conference, lowering the minimum age from 70 to 65 and adding all first responders, not just those providing healthcare and vaccinations.
The City has been quite active during the past 60 days regarding infrastructure improvements. Kudos to engineer Callie Baker for getting these engineering and construction contracts underway…
Next Thursday we will be Chillin’ at the River again, this time for a Mardi Gras themed free concert. On February 11th at 5:15 pm, join the City of Covington at the Bogue Falaya Park for some free live music and socially distanced fun!
One of my all-time favorite winter recipes, stuffed cabbage can be made with meat or left as a vegetarian dish. Filling enough for a main meal or make them as a side – either way I promise there won’t be any leftovers!
Largely due to the efforts at increasing police pay, I am pleased to report that we have six new recruits who have undergone training at the Police Academy and three newly hired, experienced officers with updated Field Training…
Tammany Trace patrons can expect to see new, upgraded signage along the 28-mile Rails-to-Trails conversion within the coming weeks. The signage, made possible with support from the Northshore Homebuilders Charitable Trust, retains features from the previous version, while offering greater detail…