R.I. to receive $7.5M in federal grants to improve emergency response, disaster preparedness

WASHINGTON – The state of Rhode Island will receive $7.5 million from the federal Department of Homeland Security to help local government agencies and organizations to respond to emergencies ranging from national disasters to terrorism, the state's congressional delegation announced Monday. The federal funds will be administered by the R.I. Emergency Management Agency for state…

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