City weighs cable service future by Austin Walsh, San Mateo Daily Journal
City looks at options to speed up telecom by The Morgan Hill Times
Considering Fort Collins-provided broadband? This Q-and-A might help by Nick Coltrain, The Coloradoan
Georgia’s Rural Broadband Program Still Lacks Funding by Tyler Jett, Chattanooga Times Free Press (GovTech)
Long-serving LUS Director Terry Huval announces retirement by Ben Myers, Lafayette Advocate
SanfordNet broadband project to start July 1 by Tammy Wells, Sanford Journal Tribune
2 rural towns pioneer new route to faster internet by Darren Fishell, Bangor Daily News
The communities of Calais and Baileyville are putting their own money into getting faster internet speeds than most of the state. It will be a dramatic turnaround, allowing the average user to download a 45-minute high-definition television show in roughly one-and-a-half minutes.
They are following the lead of other Maine cities and towns, but one thing’s different in Calais and Baileyville, which last year came together to...