Buck's Harbor Market will keep the lights on this winter
The Weekly Packet|12/5/2019
Open year-round
MONIQUE LABBE

BROOKSVILLE—Residents of Brooksville will have a shorter distance to drive for grocery supplies, coffee and food this winter, as Buck’s Harbor Market will be open for business.

The store, which historically has closed after October, will have the lights on seven days a week, a decision that was made after a large renovation over the summer, according to assistant manager Jo Andrews.

“Those renovations were done for a purpose,” said Andrews. “It’s much more efficient for heating now, we have more space for more options for customers, we expanded the kitchen and are now offering pizza. With all the renovations, it just made sense that we stay open year-round.”

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