Officials with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development came to Cumberland County today to present two broadband grant checks to Ben Lomand Connect.
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation will partner with Rivian to place Waypoint electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at all 56 Tennessee State Parks.
Check and see if you have any unopened old video games. You might be shocked to see what some are worth today. A copy of
A report released today states Tennesseans received a staggering 1.4 billion robocalls in 2020. That makes the state the 10th worst for robocalls nationwide. Officials
Starting tomorrow (Saturday, April 24, 2021) citizens residing in the 865 area code in Tennessee should start dialing 10 digits, including the area code, instead
The United States will begin blocking the distribution of the Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat starting Sunday (September 20, 2020). The Department of Commerce said
The state of Tennessee received last month over $25 billion in federal stimulus money from the CARES Act. Over $8 billion of those funds were
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the Financial Stimulus Accountability Group announced $61 million will be awarded in Tennessee Emergency Broadband Fund grants to improve access
Bledsoe Telephone Cooperative (BTC) Fiber has installed wireless access points to assist with those who may need internet access through this unique time with the
Verizon is reporting widespread outages because of the storms that left a trail of destruction in Tennessee early this morning. Kate Jay, spokesperson from Verizon,
An electric eel named Miguel Wattson is shocking visitors at the Tennessee Aquarium by using its blips of electricity to power Christmas lights. A system
University of Tennessee Extension recently received $60,000 in grant funding to provide much-needed free wireless internet to downtown Pikeville, Tennessee, providing relief and enhanced opportunities
Apple is warning the owners of older iPhones and iPads to download the latest iOS software update by Sunday (November 3, 2019), or they could
Authorities are warning parents about 15 apps that could be on your child’s phone or tablet and the dangers that come with them. The Sarasota
Beginning July 1, drivers could face a fine up to $200 for using their cellphone while driving. Drivers 18 and older will be prohibited from
A Texas school district is turning to new technology to allow parents to keep better track of their kids. Next year when San Antonio ISD