Finishing out the so-called "last mile" of broadband connectivity will take a flexible approach, giving towns an array of options to connect, according to Massachusetts Technology Collaborative implementation liaison Bill Ennen.
Ennen was appointed to the role which serves as an middle man between the state's Massachusetts Broadband Initiative and individual towns in June at the same time former Pittsfield state Rep. Peter Larkin was appointed to chair the MBI board. The two are now heading t
A bill giving the town the right to set up its own broadband service now goes to the governor's desk after being enacted by the state Senate.
Mount Washington plans to build and operate a modern, fiber-to-the-home network to provide high-speed Internet access to its residents.