COLUMBUS—State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Hudson) today issued the following statement applauding Wooster, Ohio on being named one of Ohio's "Best Hometowns" by Ohio Magazine:

"The rest of Ohio is learning what we in Wayne County have known for a long time, Wooster is a great place to live. From its thriving downtown, to its beautiful campus, majestic forests, and world class farms, Wooster stands out. Communities like Wooster represent the best America has to offer, filled with hard-working families, a thriving business climate and a welcoming, hospitable community. This recognition gives credence to what we already know, there are some great places to call home here in Ohio and Wooster is among the best of them."

"I congratulate the citizens of Wooster and applaud the local government and community leaders for their work to make Wooster one of the ‘Best Hometowns,’ in Ohio. I’m proud to represent this great community."

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