Business briefs for Dec. 23

USDA programs benefit Hoosiers

INDIANAPOLIS — The United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development invested more than $740 million in Indiana projects during the past fiscal year, which ran from Oct. 1, 2015, through Sept. 30, 2016.

During the past 8 years of the Obama Administration, USDA Rural Development has invested over $6.5 billion into rural Indiana — more than the past two administrations combined, according to a press release from the USDA.

“Not only was this a significant year for USDA Rural Development, but also for the residents of Indiana,” said USDA Rural Development Indiana State Director Philip Lehmkuhler. “The impact these dollars make throughout the state will touch the lives of many Hoosiers. USDA Rural Development is committed to revitalizing Indiana’s rural communities and bringing quality facilities such as hospitals, public buildings, and community centers to small towns and cities that can benefit from new construction or upgrades to existing ones.”

Stylist taking clients at All Occasions

GREENFIELD — All Occasions hair salon, 1040 N. State Street, Greenfield, is welcoming a new stylist.

Tina Roland-Guinn recently joined the salon’s team. She is a Morristown High School graduate and a licensed cosmologist for 15 years. Roland-Guinn specializes in men’s cuts, foil highlighting and creative color.

For an appointment, call 317-462-3153.

Landscaping firm comes to Greenfield

HANCOCK COUNTY — Heavenly Lawn and Landscaping recently began services Hancock County.

The company provides lawn maintenance service for commercial and residential addresses in addition to snow and leaf removal.

Prices are competitive and free estimates and discounts for annual contracts area available, owners said. For more information, call 317-318-9288.