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Allegheny Township Kmart closes pharmacy

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Joyce Hanz | For the Tribune-Review
The Big Kmart in Allegheny Township closed its pharmacy on Monday, Sept. 23, 2019. The store itself is expected to close in December.
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Joyce Hanz | For the Tribune-Review
The Kmart in Allegheny Township is scheduled to close.

The Big Kmart located in Hyde Park Shopping Plaza in Allegheny Township closed its pharmacy.

A posted sign at the store alerted customers that the closing was effective Monday.

In a statement previously provided to the Tribune-Review, Transformco, a Chicago-based public relations firm representing Kmart, confirmed the Allegheny Township store is scheduled to close by mid-December.

The closing announcement for the last remaining Kmart in the Alle-Kiski Valley area is the result of Sears Holdings’ Chapter 11 filing protection on Oct. 15, 2018 — citing financial woes and massive revenue losses.

Liquidation sales are expected to be held this month.

Joyce Hanz is a Tribune-Review contributing writer.

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