NEWBURGH, Ind (WEHT) The town of Newburgh received $200,000 and Warrick County was awarded $250,000 in coronavirus relief funding to help with community efforts to save jobs and support small businesses.
The funds come from the COVID-19 Response Program which helps to ensure critical services, supplies and economic recovery resources are available throughout the state.
This is a rolling award process, and more projects will be announced as they continue to be evaluated and reviewed by the Office of Community and Rural Affairs.
(This story was originally published on May 1, 2020)
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