INDIANAPOLIS — Marsh Supermarkets here said Wednesday it would close three central Indiana stores in Greenwood, Anderson and Martinsville, citing shifting demographics. “As all good companies do, on a routine basis we review and evaluate our asset base,” Connie Gardner, a spokeswoman for Marsh, said in a statement. “While the decision to close a store is always difficult, the Marsh management team is committed to making decisions that will strengthen the ...

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