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Wyoming Family’s Long Road to U.S. Citizenship

This Thanksgiving, the Pavel family had something special to give thanks for. After 17 years in the United States, Elena and Radu Pavel have at last become naturalized citizens.

Wyoming Residents Deliver Thanksgiving Feasts For Valley Interfaith

For the last 8 years, volunteers from Wyoming churches have worked with Valley Interfaith Community Resource Center to bring Thanksgiving feasts to needy families in the area.

A Passion for Making Chocolate Candy Turns into a Growing Venture

Heather Haws-Babb already had a reputation as the creator of amazing chocolate candy long before she decided to make it into a business.

High School Senior Marley Manigault Interviews Candidates

As the campaign signs sprang up around town, Wyoming High School senior Marley Manigault wondered how people would decide between the many candidates for Wyoming City Council and Board of Education.

Costumed Pups Steal the Show at Pooch Parade

 Dogs in costume had their moment in the Halloween spotlight last weekend at the annual Howling Pooch Parade.

Making A Better World One Pumpkin At A Time

Every year at this time, the pumpkin patch appears in front of Friendship United Methodist Church on Springfield Pike, carpeting the lawn with orange.

Mill Creek Yacht Club Launches Impromptu Clean-Up

After getting reports of a “major appliance” tossed into the Mill Creek in Wyoming, the Mill Creek Yacht Club swung into action this fall for an impromptu clean-up to pull 2,000 pounds of trash from the banks of the creek in Wyoming.

Community Really Is At The Heart Of Community Coffee

Excitement is building for the new Community Coffee, a locally owned and operated coffee shop that is set to open in February.

2018 Citizen of the Year Nominations Still Open

Each year the City of Wyoming honors several residents for their volunteer work in the community, the Cincinnati area, and the world at large with the Citizen of the Year Award

Leaf Collection Returns for Fall

From now through December 12, city crews will be around to take leaves off your hands with no need for bagging or burning.