HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — Sears Holdings here last week said it would close another 24 locations — about half of them Kmart stores — by the end of May, following the previously announced closure of 28 locations last year. The latest round of closures includes 12 Kmarts, one Super K, seven Sears Grand/Essentials and four traditional Sears stores. The closures include five in Florida, four in Ohio, three in Indiana, two each in Pennsylvania and Alabama, and one each in Virginia, Illinois, ...

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