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The upgrades come as a followup to a study by the county last year that, according to preliminary results, determined as much as 71 percent of the area is underserved by existing broadband infrastructure.
Replacing diesel and gas vehicles with EVs is the focus of government policy around the world, of $515 billion in auto industry research and investments, and of billions more in battery research and development.
A display issue that led to complaints from some voters in Berks County, Pa., that they had trouble selecting their preferred candidate on electronic voting machines during the 2022 general election may soon be rectified.
Plus, New York reaches a critical milestone in its ongoing broadband connection efforts; Colorado offers more broadband grants; the NTIA highlights 40 local government digital inclusion resources; and more.
The state has received a downpayment of $6.6 million from the federal government to expand broadband services and skills training for the increasingly digital workforce, the governor announced Thursday.
The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections has launched a pilot program using virtual reality technology to improve engagement and relationships between incarcerated parents and their children.
In the recently released 2022 Invest in What Works State Standard of Excellence analysis, eight leading states were recognized for their work with data and evidence to guide policymaking decisions.
The incident, which was just recently revealed to the public, saw Chester Councilman William Morgan allegedly send an estimated $400,000 to an unknown scammer during a phishing incident in June.
Amid declining overall enrollment, online tuition for PennWest University will be discounted by 20 percent for Pennsylvania state employees starting in January 2023 for both graduate and undergraduate programs.
Patti Chapman, the CIO for Pennsylvania's Integrated Enterprise System, will take over as acting state CIO when John MacMillan departs in November, the state has announced.