1. Congressman Richard E. Neal

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    2. After slow start, Florence Bank says partner Kabbage is processing 500-600 Paycheck Protection Program coronavirus relief loans

      After slow start, Florence Bank says partner Kabbage is processing 500-600 Paycheck Protection Program coronavirus relief loans
      Florence Bank prides itself on being a local bank with local decision makers and personal service. But to handle Paycheck Protection Program loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration as quickly as possible, it outsourced work to online processor Kabbage, said Florence Bank President Kevin R. Day. But Kabbage got a slow start, missing out on first-round funding from the coronavirus relief program and frustrating local borrowers and Florence ...
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    3. Coronavirus: Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno pledges to help local businesses ‘as much as possible’ in response to Councilor Tracye Whitfield’s appeal for more aid

      Coronavirus: Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno pledges to help local businesses ‘as much as possible’ in response to Councilor Tracye Whitfield’s appeal for more aid
      ...ur efforts to do as much as possible and as quickly as possible too.” City officials have spoken to U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, of Springfield, “who also advocates hard for us on the Federal level to have the (Small Busin...
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  2. About Congressman Richard E. Neal

    Congressman Richard E. Neal

    Richard E. Neal was first elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1988. He represents the Second District of Massachusetts, which includes cities and towns in western and central Massachusetts.

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    1. I was struck by how welcoming it is.
      In Springfield Union Station: Can New Haven's transit-connnected development be
    2. As a longtime supporter of urban parks, I believe we must continue to invest in them so they can be enjoyed by future generations.
      In Local officials praise $1.6 million Forest Park building project for Bright Nights storage, technical skills training
    3. We need more than three-and-a quarter-percent growth and we are not there yet.
      In Western Massachusetts business leaders get capitol perspective on economy, trade, civil rights, during chamber Washington trip
    4. These are slow processes, no doubt about it.
      In Springfield's Union Station chugging along toward projected July 2016 opening date
    5. This is an exciting initiative that will specifically address our employment needs in Western Massachusetts
      In Springfield officials laud new $1.29 million grant for new skills training center at Forest Park
    6. Well I'm pleased obviously, it's part of the momentum that we are seeing.
      In U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, of Springfield, reacts to additional Union Station funding provided by state
    7. Nonetheless there are cuts that will be coming in defense.
      In U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, Massachusetts delegation, working to preserve military bases including Barnes, Westover | masslive.com
    8. You have the ability in the classroom every single day to remind people of not only the great history of the city but the grand future as well.
      In Springfield College faculty, administrators collaborate with local officials, organizations on making city a better, safer place
    9. I sponsored the legislation and based it on the support from the DOD (Department of Defense).
      In Barnes Regional Airport in Westfield opens $13.5 million runway
    10. Nothing in the lifetime of all of us that are standing here has done more to damage the reputation of urban living than street crime.
      In Springfield police to use $1 million Justice Department grant to combat crime in South End