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TJ’s Trio of RestaurantsTJs
359 W. Liberty St.

Greg Tieche has been around the restaurant business for most of his life. It all started when his father Tom Tieche and Jack Clampitt decided to open TJ’s  in 1964,  fast forward 52 years later, Greg has now been the sole owner for the last 37 years.  TJ’s/CW’s/Melvin’s has developed into a mainstay in……….

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  • Music on Market Concert- Clark Wilson

    One of the most prominent and recognized scorers of silent photoplays in America today returns with...

    February 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Wooster United Methodist Church
  • Music on Market Concert- Timothy Noble

    Timothy began playing the piano at the age of three and has continued to enjoy and nurture this tale...

    March 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Wooster United Methodist Church
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  • Wayne County Courthouse Renovation (8/13/2015) - Are you interested in the Wayne County Courthouse renovation project? Visit the WC Commissioners website and you can follow the project in great detail!
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Stanley-Gault
Having been a longtime resident of Wooster, it is gratifying to see the positive and significant changes in downtown Wooster. It is a pleasure to know of the many residents and visitors that are enjoying the downtown and what it has to offer. Our wonderful, state-of-the-art library, the many fine restaurants, the varied shops, the incredible living spaces, the traditional buildings and courthouse; all create a vibrant and sustainable downtown and heart of the community. Main Street Wooster began as an idea and, twenty-eight years later, has evolved into an ongoing process for downtown revitalization, capitalizing on a continuous public/private partnership of reinvestment. Main Street Wooster is a successful organization that helps to facilitate and implement projects and events for the downtown.
Stanley C. Gault