Where Are They Now: Keene, New Hampshire

When people think of New Hampshire, they often think of the first state in the presidential primary cycle. What they don’t think about is how the state is the 23rd most connected state in the...

Connecting Rhode Island Means Overcoming Inaccurate Data, Leveraging Public Housing Partnerships to Reach Low-Income Residents

In March 2021, an anonymous Newport resident with a stable internet connection described Rhode Island’s digital divide as a major issue. In the author’s words,  I see the effects of Newport’s...

Bristol’s “All Heart” Attitude is Closing the Digital Divide Across Connecticut

Taking its place as the southern boundary of New England, Connecticut is home to Yale University, beautiful towns, and the Connecticut River, the state’s namesake. Originally from the Mohegan-Pequot...

Leverett, Massachusetts: A Case Study in Future Proofing

The lack of broadband Internet access caused residents across the nation to struggle with telework, distance learning, and community development long before the COVID-19 pandemic forced our lives...