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W.Va. broadband project nears completion

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Frontier Communications is wrapping up work on projects expanding high-speed Internet across the state. A new state report shows 583 miles of fiber-optic cable has been installed to schools, libraries and other public facilities. Seven miles of cable remains to be installed. Frontier also is installing 85 miles of fiber-optic cable to link West Virginia University and...

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