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Topic - U.S. Small Business Administration
Officials from the U.S. Small Business Administration say more than $1 million in disaster assistance loans have been approved for Alabama residents trying to recover from severe weather in late April and early May.
Time is running out for small businesses and nonprofits in six counties to apply for federal disaster loans.
The owners of gluten-free bakery Ceres' Basket felt apprehensive when they arrived at a local bank branch seeking a loan to buy a building for a store in Carmel.
Southwest Mississippi residents and businesses affected by severe weather and flooding that occurred on March 28-29 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
A federal agency is set to open a loan center in Shelton to help residents and businesses who were affected by a fire that tore through a downtown Shelton apartment building.