BURLINGTON TWP. — HomeGoods will join an existing Marshalls to create a combination store in Liberty Square Shopping Center, bringing 15 new jobs later this month.

The two stores issued a joint news release announcing a June 28 grand re-opening. Marshalls has remained open during the interior modification.

Following the remodel, the combo store will have a common entrance with two distinct store environments on either side of the 36,275-square-foot building, allowing customers the convenience of shopping both stores. The two retailers are owned by the same company.

HomeGoods spokeswoman Lisa Zahn said 15 additional full-and part-time positions will be filled with the arrival of HomeGoods.

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Job applications for sales and other positions are available inside what is now Marshalls.

“We are so happy that we are able to add a HomeGoods to…