Charisse Jones and Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 7:45 p.m. UTC May 31, 2018 Sears Holdings continues to shrink its footprint, saying Thursday that it will close another 63 Sears and Kmart stores as it tries to shave costs and regain its footing in the midst of sagging sales. The retailer told employees that it will shutter 15 Kmart and 48 Sears locations in early September, with liquidation sales starting as soon as June 14. The stores that will be going out of business are: KMART California Ridgecrest: 910 North China Lake Blvd. Colorado Arvada: 9881 W 58th Avenue Florida Tampa: 5400 E Busch Blvd Hawaii Lihue: 4303 Nawiliwili Road Iowa Des Moines: 2535 Hubbell Avenue Illinois Rockford: 5909 E State Street Louisiana Lake Charles: 4070 Ryan Street Minnesota Duluth: 215 North Central Avenue New Jersey Passaic / Clifton: 24 34 Barbour Avenue New Mexico Albuquerque: 2100 Carlisle Avenue New York West Babylon: 1000 Montauk Highway Rosedale: 25301 Rockaway Blvd Oregon … [Read more...] about How low can it go? Sears will close 63 more stores. Is your’s on the list?
0 Have your say Fletton Quays, Great Haddon, North Westgate and the former Peterborough District Hospital site - these are some of the landmark developments which are due to provide thousands of new homes in the city in years to come. But with Peterborough growing at such a fast pace there is a need for many more houses to be built here in the coming years to keep up with demand.And if residents are wondering whether they will soon be seeing builders in their neighbourhood, the location of all brownfield sites earmarked for development have been made public by Peterborough City Council on a new register following a government regulation for all local authorities to produce a brownfield land register.The council’s register covers 7,125 properties on 72 sites, of which 13 have yet to receive planning permission.These include proposals for 25 properties at Bishop’s Road Car Park and 30 at Dickens Street Car Park, with another 25 earmarked for The Garden House, Minster … [Read more...] about Future developments planned in Peterborough made public