DigitalC once promised to bring high-speed internet to the masses in Cleveland. Can that still happen? Stimulus watch

The nonprofit DigitalC has hoped to bring high-speed internet to downtown Cleveland, but progress has been slow. Can the group turn that around?

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Residents of northeast Ohio had every reason to believe DigitalC would bring Cleveland into the modern age.

DigitalC, formerly known as OneCleveland, and later OneCommunity, had a track record of providing high-speed internet to Northeastern Ohio. In 2012, the group had connected 2,300 schools, libraries, hospitals, etc. to the Internet.

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