Kyle Toto, Community Manager for Massachusetts Broadband Institute joins Newsmakers to discuss the benefits of MassVetsAdvisor.org, an online “one-stop shop” approach to providing service and program information to veterans and their fRead More
October 25, 2012 - WiSpring, a local wireless Internet service provider, and the MBI announced today that Tyringham, a small, rural community in Southern Berkshire County with a population of 350 people now has high-speed broadband Internet access.Read More
September 21, 2012 - At an event today, the Massachusetts Broadband Institute at the Mass Tech Collaborative announced the MassBroadband 123 network has started serving its first customers, Crocker Communications and Health New England.Read More
September 14, 2012 - The Massachusetts Broadband Institute has been named the Broadband Organization of the Year by the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA), a major, national voice connecting local government issues and the public interest with national-level policy makers.Read More
September 12, 2012 - Massachusetts Broadband Institute and Massachusetts e-Health Institute officials joined State Senator Ben Downing and members of Berkshire Health Systems today to meet with health care providers and administrators at Berkshire Medical Center to discuss the state’s efforts to accelerate e-health initiatives and expand broadband access.Read More
When Kyle Toto returned home to Newton from Afghanistan last year he couldn’t wait to eat juicy steak dinners and watch Patriots games.
One thing he wasn’t looking forward to —trying to scare up information on veterans’ benefits.Read More
The state has launched a website aimed at helping veterans and their families access an array of benefits and services available to them, including programs for employment, education, and health care, officials said Thursday.
Advocates for military veterans have launched a new, one-stop website to help those who have served in uniform navigate their way through confusing government red tape to zero in on the benefits they’ve earned.Read More
High-speed Internet access for rural parts of the Berkshires took another step toward reality on Wednesday.Read More