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Wyoming Fine Arts Center Announces New Executive Director

The Wyoming Fine Arts Center has announced Julie Collinsworth at their new Executive Director. 

Kindervelt Offers Pre-Sale of Holiday Greens

Kindervelt #8 of Wyoming is offering their beautiful wreaths and greens for pre-order, with pickup or delivery available.

Donuts and Hot Chocolate Make Civics Lessons More Fun

Wyoming Mayor Thaddeus Hoffmeister sweetened a little lesson in government with treats this past Saturday for a small group of students in grades six through 12.

Enjoy a Walk and a Story at the new StoryWalk® Installation on Hike/Bike Trail

Wyoming’s Hike/Bike Trail now includes a story you can follow along with as you walk.

Springfield Pike at Wyoming Avenue is Now “Bob’s Corner”

To recognize Bob Wettengel’s many years of service to the community, the City of Wyoming held a dedication ceremony on August 29, 2020 to officially name the Springfield Pike and Wyoming Avenue intersection as “Bob’s Corner”.

Learn More About Recreation Foundation and the Future of Wyoming at Forward Wyoming Event

A special virtual event on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. will highlight how a new Recreation Foundation Endowment will help propel the City of Wyoming into the future

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 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.

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,

Residents on East Mills Avenue Create a Mini Art Show After Wyoming Art Show Is Cancelled

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.