A former Marsh grocery store on Bloomington’s north side is opening as a Kroger on Thursday, but store officials say there’s still a lot left to do.
According to officials, the grocery store will reopen as a Kroger, but it's unclear when.
Tipton will keep its grocery store, but some say transportation could be impacting where people get their groceries.
The Kroger in Franklin Township opens in August and will need at least 140 new employees.
Marsh secured buyers for 26 stores, but a total of 18 are closing down as the Indiana-based chain goes through bankruptcy procedures.
The deal was initially on hold as a judge considered whether to allow the new owners to place pharmacies in the stores.
Multiple unnamed bidders were set to vie for Marsh's remaining assets at Monday's auction, ahead of the company’s next bankruptcy court hearing Wednesday.
Tipton County's Nathan Kring discussed food deserts and insecurity after the announcement that Tipton's only grocery store might close.
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