We never like to see a store closing it's doors for good. Whether it's a local 'mom and pop' or a National chain, often times these stores hold some degree of nostalgia, are part of our daily routine or we are just sad to see them go.

Earlier this year Christmas Tree Shops closed for good and now several Rite Aid locations around the country are going out of business. Here's the list of the New York stores that are expected to close.

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CNN Business reports, following a filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Rite Aid will be closing more than 150 locations across the United States. As of today, New York State is home to 239 Rite Aid locations. Soon, 17 of those locations will be closed.

NBC News indicates that the list Rite Aid store closings could increase with a target of somewhere between 400 and 500 total store closings. Here's the list of New York State locations set to close.

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  • 836 Sunrise Highway - Bay Shore, New York
  • 452 Main Street - Buffalo, New York
  • 15 Arnold Street - Buffalo, New York
  • 901 Merrick Road - Copiague, New York
  • 577 Larkfield Road - East Northport, New York
  • 2 Whitney Avenue - Floral Park, New York
  • 115-10 Merrick Boulevard - Jamaica, New York
  • 2453 Elmwood Avenue - Kenmore, New York
  • 3131 Hempstead Turnpike - Levittown, New York
  • 700-43 Patchogue-Yaphank - Medford, New York
  • 4188 Broadway - New York, New York
  • 195 8th Avenue - New York, New York
  • 1033 St. Nicholas Avenue - New York, New York
  • 593 Old Town Road - Port Jefferson, New York
  • 101 Main Street - Sayville, New York
  • 65 Route 111 - Smithtown, New York
  • 397 Sunrise Highway - West Patchogue, New York

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