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Top 5 Stories on What’s Up Wyoming in 2022
We’d like to take a look back and show you the articles that were most popular throughout the past year
City Adds Rapid Flashing Beacons at Busy Crosswalks
The Wyoming Public Works Department recently installed Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) at three city crosswalks, including Wyoming Avenue at Oak and Grove Avenues and Burns Avenue at Elm Street, to keep residents safer.
Take a Look at Wyoming’s Homes From the Baby Boom Era
After World War II, millions of returning GIs were ready to start families and find homes in the growing suburb of Wyoming.
Learn about Wyoming’s Early 20th Century Architecture on a One-Mile Walk...
Get a map and walking directions to see seven homes on Wentworth Avenue, Wilmuth Avenue, Springfield Pike, and Burns Avenue that represent the architectural variety of the early 20th century
Parade and Fireworks Scheduled for 2020 Fourth of July Celebration
While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced some cancellations and alterations to the festivities, the City of Wyoming plans to celebrate July Fourth with the traditional parade and fireworks.
James McIlwain – A Concerned (And Active) Citizen
As you stroll along Wyoming Avenue one picturesque spring day, your eyes may fall upon a street bench near 310 Wyoming Avenue: “James McIlwain - A Concerned Citizen”. It begs the question - “Who is he, and why was he concerned?”
Locally-Produced Movie Brings Christmas in July to Wyoming
Wyoming’s picturesque good-looks were once again a big draw for Hollywood and the Hallmark Channel
Did Your House Come From a Catalog?
Sears offered hundreds of house designs in their Model Home catalogs and sold over 75,000 kits across the US during the years 1908-1940.
Something Old, Something New: Wyoming’s Architecture in the Early 20th Century
The homes built in Wyoming from 1900 to 1940 show a tremendous range of architectural styles. This article is third in a series about Wyoming’s architectural variety.