Two Wyoming High School students installed rain gutters and rain barrels at the Wyoming Community Gardens as part of a state contest they entered through the school’s AP Environmental class.
Brown grocery bags with canned goods and non-perishable food items overflowed Wyoming’s gazebo Saturday, April 17, as Wyoming residents donated an estimated 8,000 pounds of food at the first-ever Wyoming Community Food Drive. The event was hosted by Move for Hunger (a national nonprofit organization) and Station Family + BBQ. New resident Adam Bianco organized the drive with the help...
The Junior Women’s Club of Wyoming (JWC) will hold an online poker fundraiser in lieu of their annual Charity Euchre Tournament.
In early December, Bill and Michele Fitzpatric discovered the rainbow colored pride flag they had flown for many months had been taken from their porch, burned and then left near the street.
A local music group has created a special tribute to Kaia Grant, the 2005 WHS grad and former Springdale Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty March 21.
In Wyoming, vegetable plots popped up all over the city, while newcomers and veterans alike enjoyed the city’s recently relocated community gardens, too.