SOUTH KINGSTOWN – In a second consecutive month of loss, the Current Conditions Index compiled by Leonard Lardaro, a University of Rhode Island economist, fell another eight points to 67. “Not only was April’s CCI its lowest this year, it was the lowest value extending all the way back to November of 2016,” said Lardaro…
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