RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio – Three Macy’s in Ohio will be closing their doors for good in the spring, including one in Cuyahoga County, the company announced on Thursday.

Macy’s announced the closure of 14 stores nationwide, which included the one located at Richmond Town Square in Richmond Heights.

The Richmond Town Square Macy’s has been opened since 1998 and employs 105 workers.

The two other Ohio stores being closed are located in Columbus and Springfield.

Macy’s says associates displaced by store closings may be offered positions in nearby stores where possible.

Eligible full-time and part-time associates who are laid off due to the store closing will be offered severance benefits, according to Macy’s.

Final clearance sales will begin on Monday, Jan. 12 and run for between eight to 12 weeks. The stores will be closed in spring of this year.

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