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By The The Tribune-Review
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008
 

J.C. Penney will reopen its Washington Mall store on Sunday after a ribbon-cutting at 10:45 at the main entrance. The department store chain has been without a location in the Washington, Pa.-area since June 6, when The Foundry shopping center in South Strabane closed due to unstable soil conditions. Penney's was an anchor at Washington Mall for decades before moving to The Foundry in early 2007. The reopened, fully-stocked mall store will employ 120. The company said it intends to return eventually to The Foundry; a sheriff's sale on that property is set for Oct. 3.

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