Rite Aid to close six more Charlotte-area stores

Walgreens is in the process of closing several more Rite Aid stores in the Charlotte area than was previously reported.

In addition to the five Charlotte stores set to close in the next month, Rite Aids in Mooresville, Gastonia, Mint Hill and Cornelius will soon close. Additionally, two stores in University City will close next month, and a Rite Aid store in Huntersville closed last month, Walgreens spokesman Phil Caruso said Friday.

With each Rite Air location affected, the store will remain open for about two weeks after the pharmacy’s last day of business for a final sale.

Here are the details of the other area Rite Aid stores set to close soon:

107 Argus Lane in Mooresville. The pharmacy’s last day of business will be Monday and prescriptions will be available at the Walgreens at 542 River Highway in Mooresville.

2975 Union Road in Gastonia. The pharmacy’s last day of business will be and prescriptions will be available at the Walgreens at 2975 Union Road in Gastonia.

9107 Lawyers Road in Mint Hill. The pharmacy’s last day of business will be and prescriptions will be available at the Walgreens at 9202 Lawyers Road in Mint Hill.

19400 W. Catawba Ave. in Cornelius. The pharmacy’s last day of business will be next Wednesday and prescriptions will be available at the Walgreens at 19631 W. Catawaba Ave. in Cornelius.

8532 University City Blvd. in Charlotte. The pharmacy’s last day of business will by and prescriptions will be available at the Walgreens at 8538 N. Tryon St., Charlotte.

5811 Prosperity Church Road in Charlotte. The pharmacy’s last day of business will be and prescriptions will be available at the Walgreens at 4625 Hylas Lane in Huntersville.

Caruso said the Rite Aid store at 14120 Statesville Road in Huntersville closed June 13. Prescriptions are available at the Walgreens at 9848 Gilead Road in Huntersville.

Walgreens expects to have positions available at its other stores for the workers of the Rite Aid locations that are closing, Caruso added.

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