Boston Globe article by Bryan Bender
WASHINGTON - A center in Lawrence that helps veterans start their own businesses warned yesterday that it will have to close its doors because of a lack of funds, prompting two New England lawmakers to launch a probe into the federally funded nonprofit organization that had been financing it.
The Northeast Veterans Business Resource Center has provided night classes and other training to more than 3,000 veterans since it was established in 2004, including an Internet course for members of the Massachusetts National Guard serving in Iraq.
But its funding was recently pulled by the Washington charity established and funded by Congress in 1999 to enhance business opportunities for veterans.
To read the rest of this article, please click here.