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New Wyoming Avenue Mural Celebrates Community’s Schools and History

There's a new, colorful mural in town, on the side of the Robinson Cleaners building at 11 Wyoming Avenue

City Government and Volunteer Commissions Outlined

Questions about the function of local government bodies have been circulating recently after misinformation spread in some parts of Wyoming regarding how local commissions are formed and how they operate.

City Appoints Wyoming Kindness Connection Director As Participation Grows

The City of Wyoming has hired Shannon Hautman to lead the Wyoming Kindness Connection, the initiative begun in the spring of 2020 in response to the global pandemic.

Three More Good Reasons to Shop Wyoming: Great Food, Eye Care...

Each week What's Up Wyoming will bring you short profiles of local businesses in the hopes that you’ll be inspired to shop local and spur recovery in your home town while you’re taking care of your family. Here is the fourth round of business profiles.

Wyoming Celebrates the 2020 Fourth of July with Fireworks

Wyoming Celebrates the 2020 Fourth of July with Fireworks

Wyoming’s Own Pop-Up Drive-in Shows Frozen II to Delighted Movie-Goers 

The threat of rain couldn't keep families from pouring in to the Rec Center parking lot to see Frozen II, played on the big screen Saturday, June 27.

Fitness in the Fresh Air 

Outdoor exercise holds a unique appeal in this age of social distancing.

Community Joins in Vigil of Solidarity and Awareness

Roughly 200 people gathered in Oak Park on June 19 to listen to local leaders, youth, and community members speak about racial injustice and promote solidarity.

Wyoming Restaurants and Shops Hoping to See You Soon

What's Up Wyoming and the city want to help you re-discover the pleasure of doing business here in Wyoming with local business owners who put their heart and soul into their endeavors.

Parade and Fireworks Scheduled for 2020 Fourth of July Celebration

While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced some cancellations and alterations to the festivities, the City of Wyoming plans to celebrate July Fourth with the traditional parade and fireworks.