Marsh Supermarkets on Thursday said it would close eight stores by the end of this month, citing lower customer counts and in some cases, expiring store leases. The Indianapolis-based retailer, however, also announced a three-year investment plan for its remaining stores — including rebranding all but two of its stores under the Marsh banner. The company will retire the Main Street Markets banner, currently used by 20 of Marsh’s 78 stores. The two O’Malia’s Food ...

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