Grant allowing for more broadband access in Harrison County

Due to a $100,000 Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery Grant, or Tiger Grant, Harrison County officials, along with federal, state and local governments and carriers, are providing broadband access in Deersville and surrounding Ohio areas that didn’t have access prior to the grant. Two public Wi-Fi hotspots have also been established at the Deersville General Store and Community Theater, with each providing a 20-mile radius of services.

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