For Ronnie Johnston, mayor of the city of Covington and chair of the Covington Parking Authority, it's the best problem he's had to ...
Motorists in Covington may not be able to take shortcuts through private property just to avoid sitting at a red light in the near future.
People looking to park on some streets near the downtown Covington Square will have more options. On Monday night, the Covington City Council approved the ...
For a long time now, the city of Covington has been leading not only the state of Georgia, but also the nation in finances and ...
The city of Covington is going to try something new in order to help alleviate traffic going through the Covington Square.
A small group of hunters will be removing geese from Ashton Hills Golf Course soon, after the Covington City Council approved the use of a ...
The Montessori School of Covington hosted their annual Chili Luncheon Monday. Firefighters, EMT personel, Sheriff's deputies, police officers and other local community servants were ...
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Let's go to the Alpaca Farm (video)
Local cedar tree headed to the Governor's Mansion
To vote in the Covington News' and Mainstreet Covington's first Lights of Covington contest click here.
Lighting the square (slideshow)
Generally Speaking A General Lee Story
New Generation Christian Church will hold the "Give a heart" benefit concert for Edward Reid on Saturday, October 11 at 5:30 p.m.
The Covington City council unanimously approved (5-0, with councilman Keith Dalton being out sick) to sign a resolution for the Highway 278 Community Improvement District.
The Clarks Grove subdivision was denied its request by the Covington City Council to block off some of its streets on Halloween.
The City of Covington will be the natural gas provider to Baxter International.
The Covington City Council unanimously voted to stop funding for the 2050 Plan's Baseline Ordinances Tuesday.
The Covington City Council voted to allow the removal of a light post, tree and tree well on the Covington Square for a new building project.
Covington's always been a nice place for festivals. But now that secret's out.
When the city did the renovation construction on the Square park, it doled it out in parcels, a few thousand dollars here and there, with Planning Director Randy Vinson acting as construction supervisor.
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