Ah, spring. The flowers are blooming, the air is warm and pleasant…and the orange barrels are back along Springfield Pike. The Ohio Department of Transportation has authorized construction to resume this week on the Pike, which means the end is in sight despite the difficulties imposed by COVID-19. “The pandemic may impact the size of the crew on site,” says...
Amidst all the dire warnings and stark news of spreading germs and temporary business closures or reduced services, a Wyoming group has offer to deliver meals from local restaurants or essential groceries from Kroger.
In light of recent guidelines for social distancing and local and state measures to combat the spread of coronavirus, the City of Wyoming has taken the following steps to keep residents safe
City leaders unfolded plans for the new Village Green Pavilion on January 29, 2020, in a special presentation at the Wyoming Civic Center hosted by the Wyoming Recreation Foundation.
For the first time in 11 years, Wyoming has a new mayor – and the first mayor in Wyoming history to be African American. Fellow council member Jeff LeRoy recently sat down with Thaddeus Hoffmeister to learn more about him. Fresh out of high school in San Diego, California, Thaddeus Hoffmeister joined the Army. “I spent 11 weeks of my...
The Wyoming Recreation Foundation kicks off the Village Green project, a plan to re-design the Village Green to include a new performance pavilion to accommodate changing trends in community events
As 2019 draws to a close, Wyoming can look back fondly at another year filled with many good things for those who live here.