Many area grocery stores and restaurants have changed the way they offer services in response to Covid-19. Below are resources to help you navigate getting the food you need.
Keep in mind that some grocery stores have also changed their hours and are closing earlier than usual.
Below is a list of local area stores that offer early or designated shopping hours for the elderly and at-risk patrons. Hours may be adjusted without notice, so it's advised to call your local store to confirm. Some retailers also offer online ordering and curbside pick-up
Walmart - Tuesdays 6 am - 7 am (Curbside pickup also available)
Price Chopper - Everyday 6 am - 7 am
Aldi - Tuesday & Thursday 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Hannaford - Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday 6 am - 7 am
Target - Tuesday & Wednesday 8 am - 9 am (Curbside pickup also available)
Dollar General - Everyday 8am - 9 am
Family Dollar - Everyday 8 am - 9 am
Big Lots - Everyday 8 am - 9 am
Sam's Club - Tuesday & Thursday 7 am - 9 am
Dollar Tree - Everyday 8 am - 9 am
Walgreens - Tuesday 8 am - 9am (Online ordering and delivery with Postmates)
Kinney Drugs - Curbside pickup (Carthage location)
Many area grocery stores have changed the way they offer services in response to Covid-19. The list below offers information and alternatives for having your groceries delivered or picked up for you.
The Volunteer Transportation Center, Inc. is now offering delivery of groceries for those who cannot shop or want to help slow the spread of Covid-19. Click on the links below to learn more about their program and to sign up.