Meredith’s two pharmacies in growing mood
For most of the past decade and all of this one, Rite-Aid was the sole pharmacy in Meredith.
So Rite-Aid needed to find a new home.
After opening for the first time in January in about 2,000 square feet of a neighboring outlet mall, the Hannaford pharmacy finally moved into its new, approximately 8,000-square-foot section of the supermarket Monday morning.
Since January, Rite-Aid has been operating out of a 2,000-square-foot store space it moved to in a vacant building at 343 Daniel Webster Highway.
“That’s the plan, to move everything over to the new place by November,” he said.
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