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Scores of Frontier subscribers have reached out to the Sun over the past two years to detail concerns over sputtering broadband and phone service. Read more

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FRANKLIN FALLS | Frontier Communications subscribers are heartened — but wary — over sweeping changes governing how broadband providers market internet speeds. Read more

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I believe that it is time for the people in this area to say, “Enough is enough!” Read more

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LONG LAKE | Residents are smarting over a series of power outages that have disrupted life just as winter has sunk its fangs into the remote mountainous region. Read more

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NORTH CREEK | Frontier Communications has restored phone and internet service to the Minerva-Johnsburg area after interruptions earlier this month left some residents disconnected for as long as 10 days. Read more

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I recently read about broadband in the Adirondacks in a recent issue of The Sun. It’s hard for me to keep up with all of the modern technology. Read more

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Most people today have a telephone or cell phone. Read more

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RUTLAND — Vermont’s utilities follow clear state rules when working with customers about paying past due bills and do not demand credit card information or alternate payment mechanisms from a customer for any purpose. Read more

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ALBANY — Soon, dialing a phone call in the region — and even to a next-door neighbor — will be giving callers’ fingers a little more exercise. Read more

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WARRENSBURG — With the proliferation of phone usage in northeastern New York, plans are underway to split the 518 area code which has been in use since 1947 over a vast 17-county area that extends from south of the Capital Region northward to the Can Read more

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THURMAN — Phone, internet and 911 service to vast areas of Thurman were out of service for about two days this last week after a vehicle collided with a utility pole mid-afternoon Aug. 25 on Milton Street in Warrensburg near the Woolen Mill Bridge. Read more

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Phone, internet and 911 service to vast areas of Thurman — out of service since Tuesday afternoon — are likely to be restored by Wednesday evening, Thurman Supervisor Evelyn Wood said early Wednesday afternoon. Read more

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