LUDINGTON — The Mason County Broadband Committee has partnered with the community engagement program of the nonprofit Connected Nation to develop a plan to improve access to high speed Internet in the county.
The initial step to developing a comprehensive, county-oriented plan will consist of a short survey for agriculture producers, business organizations and owners, healthcare facilities, schools, and residents. This will help the broadband committee members understand the unique needs in Mason County.
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LANSING — The Michigan Economic Development Corp. this week announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of three business expansions and three community development projects that will generate more than $13.6 million in total investment and create 335 jobs around the state.
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SAGINAW — AT&T Inc. says it has activated an upgrade to bring faster speeds to more than 340 cell sites in central and northern Michigan. People using the network in these locations should realize better service when they’re watching videos, posting to social media or texting family and friends.
The upgraded cell sites in Michigan are located in various communities including Big Rapids, Mt. Pleasant, Muskegon, Cadillac, Frankfort, Ludington and the Tri-Cities area.
People utilizing these towers will be using an expanded band of radio frequencies. That means greater speeds.
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