After many months of upended celebrations, canceled camps, and other changes to deal with the coronavirus, Wyoming residents were determined to keep the Halloween spirit alive.
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.
Wyoming Celebrates the 2020 Fourth of July with Fireworks
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 residents are enthusiastically playing along with the popular Teddy Bear Hunt sweeping the nation.
Within minutes after the fierce weather, help was on the way. The sirens of the Wyoming Fire/EMS Department and police vehicles could be heard as they rushed to help homeowners deal with significant damage.
Sunday, March 8, the community celebrated the city's many cultures at the Wyoming Cultural Collaborative Fair.
Dads, uncles, grandfathers, caregivers and their daughters enjoyed a spectacular evening filled with non-stop dancing, pizza, and keepsake photos at the annual Daddy Daughter Dance at the Civic Center
Barrel-aged bourbon, sultry blues, and delicious barbecue warmed friends and neighbors at the 2nd Annual Bourbon, BBQ + Blues on Saturday, January 25th at the Civic Center.