According to the dippy TV ad narrated by actor John Corbett, Walgreens resides “at the corner of happy and healthy,” but, out in the real world, the one at the corner of Jackson and Maple has been pretty rapacious. It recently devoured the nearby Village Pharmacy, and when it went up a few years ago, it was clearly throwing down the gauntlet to the Rite Aid across the street in Westgate. Customers at that Rite Aid have been asking what is going to happen to it, assuming Walgreens’ acquisition of Rite Aid goes through without a hitch (among other things, it needs to pass an antitrust review). Rite Aid employees are telling customers that the sale won’t officially happen until the end of 2016, and then the Westgate store will slowly be phased out.