TJX Cos. said Friday it is closing 71 A.J. Wright stores and converting the remaining 91 to its other brands: T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods. Here is a list by state of A.J. Wright stores that will be closed.

California

Bakersfield

San Bernadino/Colton

El Monte

Inglewood

La Puente

Connecticut

Bridgeport

Hamden

West Haven

Wethersfield

Florida

Jacksonville (St. John's Square)

Georgia

Decatur

Stone Mountain

Illinois

Calumet Park

Chicago (Six Corners)

Chicago (Bricktown Square)

Cicero (Cicero Marketplace)

Forest Park

Chicago (Washington Square)

River Grove

Evanston

Markham

Loves Park

Matteson

Indiana

Highland

Massachusetts

Fitchburg

Malden

Medford

Methuen

New Bedford

Quincy

Somerville

Springfield (Lowe's Plaza)

Waltham

Worcester (Perkins Farms Plaza)

Maryland

Baltimore (Meadows Park Shopping Center)

Michigan

Grand Rapids

Oak Park

Redford

Southgate

New Hampshire

Nashua

New Jersey

North Brunswick

North Bergen

New York

Albany

Amherst

Buffalo (Delaware Consumer Square)

West Seneca

Cheektowaga

Irondequoit

Long Island City

Newburgh

Schenectady

Syracuse (Shop City Plaza)

Syracuse (Western Lights Plaza)

Utica

Ohio

Willoughby Hills

Columbus (Great Western Shopping Center)

Columbus (Great Southern Shopping Center)

Columbus (Town & Country Plaza)

Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh (Edgewood Towne Center)

Pittsburgh (Crafton-Ingram Shopping Center)

Philadelphia (Park West Shopping Center)

Wyncote

Rhode Island

East Providence

Tennessee

Memphis (Raleigh Springs

Marketplace)

Memphis (South Plaza)

Virginia

Chesapeake

Hampton

Richmond (Merchants Walk)

Virginia Beach

Woodbridge

Wisconsin

Milwaukee (709 East Capitol Dr.)