CHICAGO, ILL — Sears Holding Company announced Thursday it’s closing three more Kmart stores in West Virginia.
Stores in Huntington, Clarksburg and St. Albans are on the list of 64 Kmart locations nationwide that will close in the coming months. Workers were told of the plans Thursday.
A company release said the West Virginia stories are scheduled to close in early April with liquidation sales beginning as early as Jan. 12.
Three Kmart locations in Vienna, Beckley and Martinsburg are scheduled to close at the end of January. The closures were announced last November.
Kmart closed stores in Elkins, Weirton and South Parkersburg in 2017.
The latest closures will leave just five Kmarts in West Virginia.