NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - You will no longer be able to drop the kids off while you shop at one Wegmans store in Niagara Falls.
The store on Military Road is ending its W Kids program. Wegmans says the location is making room for more cash registers and needs the space.
The supermarket also wants to encourage families to shop together to make decisions about meals.
The childcare service will end next month.
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