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Veterans Day brings modified business hours, select discounts

Veterans Day falls on a weekend this year, which means modified business hours Friday and Saturday for some businesses and government agencies. Pictured is a Veterans Day celebration in 2016 at the Curlew Hills Memory Gardens. | [Times file photo]

Veterans Day falls on a weekend this year, which means modified business hours Friday and Saturday for some businesses and government agencies. Pictured is a Veterans Day celebration in 2016 at the Curlew Hills Memory Gardens. | [Times file photo]

Saturday is Veterans Day, and that means holiday hours for many businesses and government agencies.

Some agencies, courts and libraries are closed in advance on Friday.

Post offices will be open Friday, but closed Saturday for the holiday. Most banks, including Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Citibank, will remain open Friday and close Saturday. Stock markets will also remain open for normal hours Friday.

Veterans and active military with valid ID can also find a number of free meals and discounts at participating restaurants and businesses. Applebee's, Bar Louie, Bob Evans, Buffalo Wild Wings and California Pizza Kitchen are among dozens of restaurants offering Veterans Day deals.

Veterans Day brings modified business hours, select discounts 11/09/17 [Last modified: Thursday, November 9, 2017 6:02pm]
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