Rite Aid will close two distribution centers in Bucks County on Dec. 4, according to an article on inquirer.com,

One of the centers is located at 1 Geoffrey Dr. in Fairless Hills and the other is located at 8 Queen Anne Court in Langhorne.  The article says that Rite Aid is selling the distribution centers to Walgreens.  Unfortunately, Walgreens has decided to close both sites.

Rite Aid Distribution Center at 1 Geoffrey Dr. in Fairless Hills. Credit: Google
Rite Aid Distribution Center at 8 Queen Anne Court in Langhorne. Credit: Google

Inquirer.com reports that the two closures will force 356 employees to lose their jobs.

Last month, we told you that almost 100 Rite Aid stores in New Jersey would be changing to Walgreens.

According to riteaid.com, the company's first store opened in 1962 as Thrift D Discount Center in Scranton, PA.  Today, they have "approximately 2,500 stores in 19 states."