LOWER POTTSGROVE TWP., Pa. - The K-Mart in Lower Pottsgrove Township, Montgomery County will be closing its doors for good.
Big "store closing" signs are now hanging outside and a liquidation sale started on Sunday.
Company officials say the store will officially close in early September.
They say the closure comes as K-Mart tries to reduce its expenses.
The store has 65 employees.
Eligible employees will receive severance and be able to apply for positions at other local K-Mart or Sears locations.
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