Sears stores on 69th Street in Upper Darby and in Pottstown are among the 100 to 120 stores that will close, the company said Thursday.

The struggling retailer released a list of 79 locations that will shut their doors, with others to follow, after announcing cutbacks Tuesday. Sears Holdings Corp., also owns Kmart.

The company could not provide a total number of job losses at each store, but said a typical store has between 40 and 80 employees.

The list did not include any Sears or Kmarts in New Jersey or Delaware.

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