“It’s been a very dynamic year for Evergreen and I’m excited to have the opportunity to explore a partnership with Spectrum Health,” said Evergreen President and CEO Raymond Ganoe.
According to RTO's research, about 1,650 addresses in rural Niagara County have no access to broadband, and another 1,300 can obtain only poor service and are deemed underserved. Orleans County lists more than 1,300 unserved addresses.
Parents often struggle to meet their newborn’s needs because they simply don’t know what they want when they are crying. Zoundream is not only…
A precious few Buffalonians on the West Side and Elmwood Village can now preorder high-speed fiber optic broadband through Rochester-based Greenlight Networks and can expect live service by the end of summer.
Low-income families and individuals in New York who can't afford even $15 per month for broadband service will be able to get high-speed internet service through a special fund unveiled by the state Friday.
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Charter Communications, the parent of local cable provider Spectrum Media, has just one week to prove to the Public Service Commission that it did not violate its agreement to expand broadband service in both New York City and upstate New York, or the state will collect a $1 million fine against the company. The PSC initially issued an “order to
For City of Tonawanda park users, it’s about to get easier to log on outdoors. The city has penned a tentative 15-year franchise agreement with Spectrum Cable which will give the city an increase in annual franchise fees as well as new perks, including plans to put Wi-Fi in parks and other public spaces. Mayor Rick Davis said the
The City of Tonawanda Police Department’s non-emergency phone line will experience intermittent interruptions and silence from midnight to 6 a.m. on Dec. 14 and 15. The interruptions are part of regular maintenance and will not affect the 911 line, according to a police notice. Capt. Frederic Foels said anyone who has an issue with the phone lines during the
Town Supervisor Nathan McMurray says Grand Island has some of the worst internet service you can find anywhere. “The infrastructure that we have is poor. We have no control on how much (internet) power flows into Grand Island,” McMurray said. He said using an app to measure speeds at Town Hall they found speeds as low as 5 to