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PLATTSBURGH | As the state nears the end of its universal broadband project, a state senator is calling for a formal probe into how the Broadband Program Office allocated $670 million in state and federal funding. more

The Sun

Do not be fooled by promises of high speed internet connections by HughesNet. more

Letters to the Editor

Willsboro, $7,149; Essex County, $2,704; Dickinson, $12,569 per address. more

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PLATTSBURGH | The special election to fill the vacant Area 3 seat on the Clinton County Legislature is fast-approaching, and candidates Jerry Marking and Mark Henry are continuing to knock on doors. more

The Sun

MIDDLEBURY |  Officials of Illinois-based Consolidated Communications, Inc., have announced plans to increase broadband speeds, by the end of this year, to more than 500,000 residents and small businesses across its Vermont... more

The Vermont Eagle

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ELIZABETHTOWN | More than half of the locations in the final round of state broadband awards will be served by satellite service. more

The Sun

Spectrum here is slow and trippy. It comes and goes during routine browsing. more

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The state is nearing the end zone on their project to provide statewide universal broadband access. more

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There is an alternative solution for individuals seeking broadband internet access: it’s the aircard, also called a “wireless broadband modem.” more

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NORTH CREEK | The Town of Johnsburg contains 944 locations that will be addressed as part of the final phase of grant funding in the state’s universal broadband initiative. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | The state has pledged to bring universal broadband to localities across the state, and details on the final round of grants for local communities are continuing to trickle out. more

The Sun

MONTPELIER | Last week, Gov. Phil Scott signed Executive Order No. 02-18, which directs the Agency of Administration to ensure that all state contracts with internet providers include net neutrality protections. more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | The special election to fill a vacant seat on the Clinton County Legislature has been set for March 27. more

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PLATTSBURGH | It’s been one month since the governor doled out $210 million in state grant funds to mop up the final round of the state’s universal broadband project. more

The Sun

My wife and I are traveling in the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe staying in two different and remote rural AirBnBs. In addition to this beautiful country, we marvel at their superior internet access. more

Letters to the Editor

JOHNSBURG | The Town of Johnsburg Community Development Corporation is hosting a broadband symposium. more

The Sun

Thanks for the article on the ongoing broadband issues with Frontier. more

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The state is nearing the end of its four-year quest to provide universal broadband by the end of 2018. more

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WILMINGTON | The state announced $103 million in funding to provide broadband for the North Country last week. more

The Sun

Fellow Vermonters, I was asked by a member of the media last week at my weekly press conference how I’ve arrived at a calculation I frequently use to highlight our past and present economic and demographic challenges – the phrase I use is ‘6-3-1.’ more

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