The Downtown Bloomington Recycling Center will close in July because of financial problems.
One member of the Downtown Columbus Independent Restaurant Association says more retail is needed downtown.
The city has created some temporary work-arounds to provide bicyclists and pedestrians easy access as construction continues.
The USDA says it will avoid layoffs through retirements and transfers.
One store is closing in Indianapolis and two others are closing in the state.
There is no word yet on whether any Indiana locations will be closed.
Parents say the school board should have told them in September that the high school was closing until waiting until nearly the end of the first semester.
Indiana’s higher education funding has been receiving big cuts over the past couple of years, and students are left with part of that burden.
The 25,600 square foot bookstore and cafe is closing after about 16 years in Eastland Plaza.
The Shalom Center will offer assistance to residents of Bloomington's Lower Cascades Mobile Home Park when the park closes.