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A group of Georgia lawmakers meets this week to discuss how to roll out small cell wireless technology without robbing cities of the ability to exert local control.

Think of small cells as little wireless hot spots that fil...

After rejecting a proposal to build a 160-foot cell tower last year, the Catoosa County commission agreed Tuesday night to let a company build a pole instead.

The pole is supposed to help T-Mobile provide service in an area that...

As the time draws near for a vote on Senate Bill 426, a reminder to lawmakers that the decision made will have a lasting impact on every city and town across Georgia, and a request to look at facts and effects, not simply the w...

The concerns about “two Georgias” – one in metro Atlanta and the other in rural Georgia – have been a recurring topic under the Gold Dome for the past two legislative sessions.

The findings of the rural study committees in both...

As Amazon looks nationwide for a second headquarters, Georgia’s state leaders are trying to paint the state in the best light possible for the internet giant.

Some lawmakers have gotten queasy about pushing social issues like th...

Small-cell technology and AT&T’s AirGig initiative could make it easier to expand high-speed internet service to rural areas, if the Georgia General Assembly tailors state law to allow it.

“Prior technologies didn’t do well beca...

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