Wyoming Marks America’s Birthday with Parades, Fireworks and Mud

Wyoming celebrated Independence Day in grand fashion, with parade along Wyoming Avenue, fireworks in Oak Park and fun at the Muddy Pig fun run in North Park.

Centennial Park Marks the Seasons, Greeting All Who Enter Wyoming

As one of the City’s most visible parks, Centennial Park and its three-tiered fountain provide a warm welcome to all who enter Wyoming.

Wyoming Art Show highlights community’s commitment to the arts

Now in its 32nd year, the Wyoming Art Show will draw more than 125 regional artists, and crowds of thousands on Sunday, May 21, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Wyoming High School Ranked No. 2 in Ohio by US News & World Report

Wyoming High School was awarded a gold medal and ranked No. 2 among high schools in Ohio by U.S.News & World Report in its 2017 awards

Wyoming Rated Among ‘Best Places to Live in America’

Wyoming received high marks from Niche.com, which analyzes cities and towns around the country to help people find the neighborhood that’s right for them

Love for Animals Prompted Eighth Grader to Take Civic Action

Lily Rosenberg

Lily Rosenberg's love of animals and desire for a dog inspired her to write to Wyoming City Council about its law regarding the number of dogs per household.

Square Dancing With Venus & Mars

The Venus & Mars Square Dance Club pride themselves on being “The Friendliest Club In Town.”

Three Wyoming Churches Join Forces to Present New Choral Work

Three Wyoming churches will come together to present a major new choral work – John Michael Trotta’s haunting and evocative “Seven Last Words”

What’s Up Wyoming Wants Your Sonsational Dance Selfies!

Going to the Sonsational Dance this weekend? What's Up Wyoming wants your selfies from the event.

Ascension & Holy Trinity Workshop Series Aims To Restore Civil Conversation

Ascension & Holy Trinity

“Restoring Conversations,” a workshop at Ascension & Holy Trinity Church, hopes to introduce ways to communicate between people and groups who disagree.