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Roscoe General Store reopens under new ownership

| May 10, 2016

COSHOCTON – The Roscoe General Store in Historic Roscoe Village has reopened after being closed for a few weeks for renovation. The building was recently purchased by Roscoe Junction, LLC, a division of Junction Enterprises, owned and operated by the McKenna Family. Junction Enterprises also operates several businesses in Historic Roscoe Village: Medbery Marketplace, Caldersburgh Trading Company and Roscoe Village Sweets & Treats, and other businesses in the area including Unusual Junction, Lava Rock Grill, Universe Bridal and Prom, and McKenna’s Market and Guernsey Kitchen in Cambridge.

The Roscoe General Store has been an iconic building and store in Roscoe Village for decades since the restoration of the Village in the late 1960s and early 70s. Roscoe Junction acquired the building in late March of this year and worked on renovations throughout the month of April which included replacing windows, painting the building, adding a new sign, repairs to the roof and more to prepare for reopening.

“We are so excited to bring in tons of great merchandise to this beautiful store,” said Teri McKenna-Misener of Roscoe Junction and Junction Enterprises. “We have antiques and collectibles, lots of historic toys, home decoratives, and many other items you’d expect to find in an old-fashioned general store. We also have the famous homemade fudge that has been a staple at the Roscoe General Store.”

The Roscoe General Store is located at 348 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton (Roscoe Village) and is currently open seven days a week from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Hours will expand during the summer months. For more information, call the store at (740) 622-7715 or find the Roscoe General Store on Facebook.


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