O'Reilly Auto Parts has announced that it will open the doors at its new Oneida location on Saturday morning.

O'Reilly, which is opening a store at the former Burger King location on Alberta Street and acquiring Marcum's Parts, Inc., said in a news release that Friday will be the final day of business at the Marcum's Parts location in downtown Oneida.

On Saturday morning, business will transition to the new location, at 19631 Alberta Street, across from the Walmart entrance. Among those making the transition from Marcum's Parts — a long-standing Oneida business — are owner Lyndal Shepard and his son, Blake, who will help manage the O'Reilly store.

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