After this round of closures, Sears will have fewer than 940 stores. They'll be shuttered between early March and April.
Among the locations set to go out of business is the Sears on Hooper Avenue in Toms River.
Sears and Kmart have been losing billions of dollars and closing stores for years.
Liquidation sales will begin as early as January 12.
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A Sears Holdings spokesman did not detail how many employees would be impacted.
In 2006 the company operated more than 3,000 stores in the US and a few hundred in Canada.
But with the rise of e-commerce, Sears and other traditional brick-and-mortar retailers have struggled to keep pace with digital darlings like Amazon.
According to a release, the store located at 102 Emily Drive in Clarksburg is among the closings.
Sears Holdings goes on to say that employees affected by the closures will be able to apply to nearby Kmart and Sears Stores.
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