The Department of Commerce, Department of Labor, Small Business Administration and the Appalachian Regional Commission combined resources to award their first grants to 36 projects. "These federal investments will provide critical leverage for local leaders to make things happen in Appalachian communities," said Earl Gohl, chair of the Appalachian...» Read More
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