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Families Have a Fantastic Time at Touch-A-Truck Event 

The City of Wyoming’s Touch-A-Truck event, which took place June 16 along Wyoming Avenue, was successful even with the scorching temperatures.

Wyoming Police Officer Justin Carr Promoted to Sergeant

Congratulations to Wyoming Police Officer Justin Carr on his recent promotion to Sergeant!

Coming to Compton Road: A Sidewalk

Wyoming, known for its walkable streets and shady trees, is gaining a new sidewalk. That’s right, a sidewalk expansion is coming to Compton Road.

City to Move Forward With a Number of Recommendations From DEI...

At the October 25 Committee of the Whole, Wyoming City Manager Rusty Herzog set forth the City’s response to the DEI Task Force report, pledging immediate action on many of their recommendations. 

Local Physical Therapy Options Increasing as Wyoming Adds New Professionals

Physical therapy is among the services that Wyoming residents access either at home, or through a short drive or even on foot, thanks to new businesses opening in town.

Wyoming Police Now Equipped with Body Cameras

Through the generosity of a local resident and careful city budgeting, all police officers in uniform at the Wyoming Police Department are now wearing body cameras. 

Vandalism Incident Inspires Friends and Neighbors to Show Support for Family,...

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.

Tribute Created for Fallen Springdale Police Officer and WHS Grad Kaia...

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.

City Launches Search for New Manager

Wyoming City Council has appointed an interim city manager to replace long-term leader Lynn Tetley, who recently announced her decision to retire from her post.

Community Joins in Vigil of Solidarity and Awareness

Roughly 200 people gathered in Oak Park on June 19 to listen to local leaders, youth, and community members speak about racial injustice and promote solidarity.