More info on Sears closing; Akron Ohio

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  • Rolling Acres Mall: Akron, Ohio on DEADMALLS.com

    Deadmalls.com Update The City of Akron, OH took possession of the mall property, excluding the former anchors Target, Dillard's and Sears which house other businesses.

  • Rolling Acres Mall - Wikipedia

    Rolling Acres Mall was a shopping mall located in the Rolling Acres area of Akron, Ohio, United States.Built in 1975, it originally included approximately 21 stores, with Sears as the main anchor store.Later expansions added J. C. Penney, Montgomery Ward, and O'Neil's, along with a movie theater and food court.Montgomery Ward was converted to Higbee's in 1986, and then to Dillard's in 1992 ...

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  • Is your local Sears or Kmart among 150 stores to be axed ...

    Sears Holding, parent company of department stores Kmart and Sears, will be closing 150 stores this spring. That includes 108 Kmart and 42 Sears locations in 40 states. The company said ...

  • List of Sears and Kmart stores closing - Business Insider

    Sears announced a second wave of store closures on Wednesday, bringing the total number of closures scheduled for early 2017 to 150. See the most recent list of Sears and Kmart stores closing here.

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