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,
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.
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 them. Although the health crisis kept them stuck at home during what is normally one of the most celebrated moments of life - high school graduation - school staff wanted them to know how much...
The spirit and ideals of the Wyoming Art Show are still at work in the community, from public art projects to the scholarship competition to a neighborhood display of works by artists young and old.
Senior students and their parents were encouraged to celebrate "2020 and Beyond" and announce their plans to pursue college, the military, job training, or a gap year through yard signs and porch decorations displayed on May 1.
As we enter our seventh week in self-isolation, the City of Wyoming is making a concerted effort to bring joy, comfort, and encouragement to its residents from its residents with the Wyoming Kindness Connection.
Wyoming residents have stepped up with some creative solutions for local healthcare workers to protect themselves from potential coronavirus infection.
Wyoming residents are enthusiastically playing along with the popular Teddy Bear Hunt sweeping the nation.
Even with all the disruption to normal operating routines, Gabby’s has not been distracted from the big picture and its core values in trying to contribute to sustainable, earth-friendly business practices.