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St. John Valley broadband initiative seeks input from businesses, residents

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The organizations working on improving broadband speeds and access in the St. John Valley are asking residents and business owners of northern Aroostook County to weigh in. The Northern Maine...

Stonington working with Axiom to improve broadband service

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Axiom Technologies of Machias has submitted a plan to provide fiber optic internet service to Stonington.

Work progresses on Sanford's ultra-high-speed fiber optic network

Sanford NetFiber, a 45-mile fiber optic network designed to serve the city's municipal buildings, downtown mill complex, industrial parks and more than 80 other locations, is now under construction.

Axiom lands $700K grant to close 'digital divide' in eight Maine counties

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Machias-based Axiom Education and Training Center received a $699,503 AmeriCorps grant from the Maine Commission for Community Service to support 16 AmeriCorps workers who will provide digital...

Unions ratify three-year contracts with Consolidated Communications

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Two unions representing approximately 1,200 workers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont announced Friday that their members had approved the three-year contract with Consolidated Communications that...

Strike averted as Consolidated reaches tentative agreement with unions

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Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc. and its 1,200 union-represented workers in northern New England came to a tentative contract agreement Friday night shortly before a midnight deadline.

Maine Community Foundation offers grants for broadband access

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The Maine Community Foundation has launched a grant program that will provide awards of up to $15,000 for Maine communities and nonprofit organizations to increase broadband internet access.

Redzone announces its broadband expansion plan for 2018

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Redzone Wireless LLC, a Rockland-based 5G wireless broadband company begun a 2018 network expansion to further extend broadband services into 13 rural and underserved markets across Maine.

Cranberry Isles' $1.3M broadband initiative seen as a model for Maine

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The town of Cranberry Isles has received a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Rural Development Community Facilities Program for construction of its broadband network.

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