Read item 4, Baker pledges $50 million for Western Mass. broadband.Read More
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Gov. Charlie Baker will release $50 million in capital funds for the expansion of broadband Internet access in western Massachusetts.Read More
Broadband funding featured on Western Mass. TV.
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Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday that he will commit $50 million in state money to build out broadband internet service to businesses and homes in rural Western Massachusetts.Read More
Governor Charlie Baker said his administration would commit $50 million to expanding broadband in Western Massachusetts.Read More
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, a Republican, is continuing support for a broadband initiative started under former Democratic governor Deval Patrick. The state is releasing $50 million of previously approved capital funding to expand internet connectivity in western Massachusetts.Read More
Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday his administration was committed to expand broadband Internet access for residents and businesses in Western Massachusetts.Read More
A state program to help small businesses use technology to expand — with Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation at its heart — has shown officials one successful way to support economic growth.Read More
Governor Patrick Signs Legislation To Support Investments In Massachusetts' Technology InfrastructureWednesday, August 27, 2014
BOSTON – Wednesday, August 6, 2014 – Governor Deval Patrick today signed H. 3770, “An Act Financing Information Technology Equipment and Related Projects,” which expands opportunity and access for all Massachusetts residents by making targeted investments in the Commonwealth’s technology infrastructure, including increasing access to broadband for underserved areas of the Commonwealth.Read More
WESTBOROUGH — Officials say a project to bring high-speed Internet access to public safety facilities, town halls, schools, and hospitals in rural Central and Western Massachusetts has been completed.
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