As Sears Holdings Corp. navigates a bankruptcy reorganization, most of the company’s remaining Sears and Kmart stores in Central Pennsylvania will remain open.
Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday and announced plans to close 142 of its 700-plus remaining stores, including 77 Sears and 65 Kmart stores.
Among the list of closing stores are two Kmarts in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County, and Derry Township, Dauphin County.
The latest group of stores are expected to close by the end of the year. Sears is in the process of closing an additional 46 stores by the end of November.
With more than 500 stores left in the chain after these closings, what is still left in Central Pennsylvania?
In Cumberland County, there is a Sears Appliance & Mattress store at the Capital City Mall.
At the Colonial Park Mall in Dauphin County, Sears remains an anchor store. The mall location also has a Sears Auto Center.
There also are four Kmart stores left in Lancaster County, including those in Columbia, Elizabethtown, Ephrata and Willow Street. In addition to the Kmart stores, there is a Sears store at Park City Center, as well as a separate Sears Auto Center.
In Lebanon County, there is a lone Kmart store in North Cornwall Township. York County, meanwhile, has only a Sears Auto Center at the North Hanover Mall.