BOSTON (CBS) – Sports Authority plans to close several stores in New England as a part of its filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.Jerry Remy 'Resting Comfortably' At Hospital After Experiencing 'Shortness Of Breath' During Red Sox Telecast Friday
Sports Authority stores in Framingham, Danvers, and Holyoke will close, according to a document filed by the company as a part of its bankruptcy filing.READ MORE: Woburn Man Shot In Neck; Police Say Shooting May Have Been 'Accidental Or Unintentional'
The company also plans to close its Nashua, N.H. store and a location in Auburn, Maine.
On Wednesday, the Colorado-based company said it expects the store closing process to take up to three months.MORE NEWS: Steamship Authority Website Running Again After Ransomware Attack Last Week
Sports Authority added that it plans to upgrade its remaining stores in addition to improving its website.