Maries2Marie’s serves up its last lunches; Mackenzie’s becoming CVS

Two long-time Trumbull Center businesses, with deep town roots, are closing this week.

Marie’s Sandwich Shop, 920 White Plains Road, was serving its final customers Monday afternoon, after 47 years.

Mackenzie’s Pharmacy, just a few doors down from Marie’s is closing Friday and reopening as CVS on Monday, March 18.  Mackenzie’s has been in business for about 80 years.

“It’s an economic decision,” said owner Kathleen Hallahan. “Traffic in the center has been significantly reduced and even more so by the loss of Porricelli’s. We can’t keep limping along.”  Trumbull Times has the full story here……

By Stephen Krauchick

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  1. I am going to miss meckenzies always bought my stamps there . Friendly workers there. Also got my prescriptions there when i lived in trumbull.

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