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Fireworks Test Will Include 8 Minute, 46 Second Pause In Honor...

Monday's fireworks test will include one significant addition: an 8 minute, 46 second pause in honor of George Floyd.

Local Businesses Ready to Welcome Customers Back Inside

Wyoming’s retail stores and services want shoppers to come back as they return to business – almost as usual – after the COVID shutdown.

We Thrive: Wyoming Joins Reading For Weekly Farmer’s Market

As part of Hamilton County’s We Thrive public health initiative, Wyoming is partnering with the City of Reading for a weekly Farmer’s Market this summer,

If You Haven’t Shopped in the Village Business District, You’re Missing...

The city and What's Up Wyoming wants 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

Recreation Center Opening June 1 with Special Procedures to Encourage Safety

After more than two months of shutdown due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Wyoming Recreation Center will open again June 1 with a new set of operating procedures to keep guests as safe as possible while the pandemic continues.

City Work Crews Have PPE, Thanks to Sewing Talents of Local...

Thanks to the consideration of local business owner Dina Jacquemin of Sew Many Things, Wyoming's Public Works Crew have personal protective equipment in the form of fabric face masks to keep them safe.

Wyoming Enjoys Outdoor Dining and DORA

As Governor DeWine allowed restaurants to reopen for outdoor dining on May 16, Wyoming residents ventured outdoors to enjoy food and beverages at local establishments.

Free WiFi Available in Wyoming’s Business District, Village Green

If working from home has you feeling a little hemmed in, you can now take your laptop to Wyoming’s Village Green and enjoy a little fresh air while you take care of business

Residents on East Mills Avenue Create a Mini Art Show After...

Masks in place and six feet apart, the residents of East Mills Avenue turned out for their neighborhood art show, in lieu of the canceled Wyoming Art Show.

Teachers Pay Tribute to Seniors with Parade

Wyoming's teachers made sure the senior class of 2020 felt honored and cheered with a special parade through the community to pay tribute to...