Sangertown Square Mall is losing a clothing store after another retailer announced it's filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

With more people shopping on line, more stores are closing up shop. Another is leaving the mall in New Hartford, New York as part of 95 closures across the country.

Express bankruptcy closes 95 stores, 11 in New York
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Sangertown Closings

A number of stores have closed inside Sangertown over the years. The mall has lost all their anchor stores - Sears, JC Penney, and Macy's.

READ MORE: Macy's Closes Doors at Sangertown

The closing made room for new companies to move in including Boscov's and Home Goods.

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Express Clothing Store Closing

Express is the latest retailer to announce it was filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy with plans to close stores in 30 states, 11 of them in New York.

“We are taking an important step that will strengthen our financial position and enable Express to continue advancing our business initiatives," said Stewart Glendinning, Chief Executive Officer."

READ MORE: Rite Aid Closing 53 More Stores, 13 in New York

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Store Closures

The company will eliminate 95 of the 323 Express stores across the country. 11 of the 33 locations in New York State are on the chopping block. California is the only state with more closures planned.

California - 16
New York - 11
New Jersey - 7
Texas, Florida - 5
Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois - 4
Colorado, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts - 3
Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin - 2
Arizona, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Nevada, Rhode Island, Tennesee - 1

READ MORE: Craft Chain With 22 Stores in New York, May File Bankruptcy to Cut Debt

The one small sliver of good new is, there will be lots of sales shoppers can take advantage of before the store closes.

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13 Restaurants & Businesses That Closed in 2023

Retirement and consolidation are just some of the reasons we've lost several restaurants and businesses in Central New York in 2023.

Here are 13 locations that are no more.

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