SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Falling from 83 to 58, a “dicey” 25-point, month-to-month decline was measured in the July Current Conditions Index, released by University of Rhode Island Economist Leonard Lardaro Monday. “The third quarter didn’t exactly start off with a bang for Rhode Island,” said Lardaro of the July economic activity compared to the June…
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