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NORTH CREEK | Lack of internet connectivity has a huge impact on the lives of area residents, Laurie Arnheiter said this week as she announced an upcoming public broadband informational meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15... Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Local residents are beginning to see the fruits of state-funded broadband expansion efforts. Read more

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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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PLATTSBURGH | Customers in the Adirondacks have long complained over spotty internet service. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Community stakeholders and local lawmakers continue to be hungry for details on the state’s universal broadband program. Read more

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WILLSBORO | All locations awaiting high-speed broadband in Willsboro are poised to be wired by the end of next year, according to providers. Read more

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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. Read more

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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. Read more

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

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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. Read 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. Read more

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

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

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PLATTSBURGH | Gov. Andrew Cuomo has issued an executive order to protect net neutrality in New York. Read more

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed net neutrality laws last week, a measure that will undoubtedly change the way people across the U.S. interact with the internet — especially here in the remote North Country. Read more

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WESTPORT | As the state hurdles towards the finish line for their ambitious project to wire the state with high speed broadband, local providers are making progress in connecting northern New York. Read more

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ALBANY | Charter Communications will forgo $13 million in state reimbursements after failing to build out their cable network as required as part of last year’s merger with Time Warner Cable. Read more

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The fate of taxpayer-owned Burlington Telecom will likely be decided Aug. 28 as city officials secretly negotiate with four finalists in what has been a long and drawn-out bidding process. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN – Making sure the Essex County 911 Center stays working during disasters and outages received support from the Essex County Board of Supervisors. Read more

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