Civic News

Want to switch your internet provider? Here are 6 indie ISPs for Baltimoreans

Aug. 3, 2022 5:41 pm

Want to switch your internet provider? Here are 6 indie ISPs for Baltimoreans

They’re not the biggest or most mainstream companies. But if you want a change, you have to consider all your options.
Digital infrastructure matters to your city’s future, however you define it

Aug. 3, 2022 1:57 pm

Digital infrastructure matters to your city’s future, however you define it

August's editorial calendar theme is a topic that underscores much of Technical.ly's coverage, form wireline broadband development to data center construction to federal policy.
Here’s what the CEO of NoVa’s Arcfield sees in defense tech’s future

Aug. 3, 2022 11:00 am

Here’s what the CEO of NoVa’s Arcfield sees in defense tech’s future

Arcfield CEO Kevin Kelly is making bets on hypersonic technology and an emphasis on cybersecurity at his 1,300-person company in Chantilly.
Parks are ‘an indicator of our collective health.’ Where does equity fit?

Aug. 3, 2022 10:13 am

Parks are ‘an indicator of our collective health.’ Where does equity fit?

Milwaukee Parks Foundation ED Rebecca Stoner is building up the parks system by putting people first. Her work is a microcosm of national challenges.
What will the CHIPS and Science Act actually do?

Aug. 2, 2022 2:51 pm

What will the CHIPS and Science Act actually do?

The recently passed bipartisan act is putting hundreds of billions of dollars into US technology. How will it impact you?
The frontrunners in Baltimore’s school board primary talk tech and education

Aug. 2, 2022 12:36 pm

The frontrunners in Baltimore’s school board primary talk tech and education

Ashley Esposito and April Christina Curley both have tech backgrounds and are leading the pack to win two new open seats on the city's 12-person school board. Here, they share the equity-driven plans they hope to pursue if elected.
Here’s what Baltimore stakeholders have to say about that Office of Broadband and Digital Equity restructuring

Jul. 27, 2022 2:45 pm

Here’s what Baltimore stakeholders have to say about that Office of Broadband and Digital Equity restructuring

Six nonprofit and ISP leaders offer their takes on the shakeup at the city department meant to shrink Baltimore's digital divide.
Learn what Baltimore tech nonprofits plan for their share of the city’s $3.4M in ARPA funds

Jul. 25, 2022 1:26 pm

Learn what Baltimore tech nonprofits plan for their share of the city’s $3.4M in ARPA funds

Leaders of four local nonprofits discuss what their own four-to-five-figure awards, which the municipal government and Baltimore Civic Fund granted to help over 100 organizations navigate the pandemic’s financial aftershocks, mean for the future of their work.
Entrepreneurship is still booming, and you might be surprised by who is leading the charge

Jul. 25, 2022 8:50 am

Entrepreneurship is still booming, and you might be surprised by who is leading the charge

Upending 50-year trends, American business formation is still high, led by women and people of color.
Comcast and Serve Your City are launching a ‘digital navigators’ program to get residents online

Jul. 21, 2022 3:25 pm

Comcast and Serve Your City are launching a ‘digital navigators’ program to get residents online

The digital navigators will head out to the community to help make Ward 7 and 8 residents aware of some of the free and reduced-cost broadband options available to them.