Two community pharmacies in the area are closing their doors. Miller’s Drug Store in the Delaware County village of Margaretville shut down on May 19, and the Phoenicia Pharmacy is closing its prescription department as of July 1. The iconic structure at the corner of Phoenicia’s Main Street and Route 214 has undergone a number of renovations since the death of pharmacist Marty Millman last year, and his wife, Georganna, has put the building — to be used for any purpose — on the market.
Miller’s prescriptions have been transferred to the Margaretville CVS, according to a Facebook post . . .
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