Six Wyoming residents just completed the Freshman Class of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Tree Commission Academy.
The Citizen of the Year Committee facilitates the annual Wyoming Citizens of the Year program that recognizes citizens who have made volunteer contributions to their family, friends, workplace, Wyoming, or the general community of Cincinnati
The Urban Forestry/Beautify Wyoming Commission gave out their 2016 Awards at the October City Council Meeting on October 17.
Wyoming residents Gayle Ficken-Clarke and Bobbi Strangfeld received an award and a $10,000 grant from the National Make a Difference Foundation
Fans of beautiful cars and delicious wine braved rain, lightning and thunder on September 10 to turn out for the 2016 edition of Wyoming Exotic Wheels and Wine on Wyoming Avenue. Thanks to the owners of these beautiful vehicles for bringing them out in the rain and for the visitors braving the weather!
The Friendship United Methodist Church in Wyoming sent a group of 71 to Moore, OK this summer to build sheds, paint homes and send a message of hope to residents there affected by an F5 tornado several years ago. The group included 45 high school students, 10 college interns and 16 adult chaperones who braved temperatures of 100 or more...
What says summer more than a large expanse of green lawn, the smell of grilled burgers in the air and kids frolicking with friends playing games and making crafts? The only thing that could top it off is the perfect summertime flick. If this sounds like your idea of a fun summer evening, join your friends and neighbors for the...
Mother Nature cooperated with the organizers of Wyoming's 2016 Muddy Pig to make the course extra mucky. Fans of the mud turned out to climb rope ladders and walls, run through bogs, crawl through pipes, and tackle towers of hay bales. Those who didn't want to get muddy still had the chance to enjoy plenty of food, music and fun.