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Harry Wilson, an IT director for Tuttle Publishing in Rutland, Vt., lives in Leverett, but often heads for the Book Mill (above) in nearby Montague for high-speed Internet service.

Internet yearning in Western Mass. hills

Two towns forge an alliance in hopes of bringing in broadband

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / August 24, 2005

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SHUTESBURY -- As a graduate student at Princeton, Aron Goldman bought a house in this tiny town and planned an idyllic existence, working from home as a consultant while surrounded by piney forest. (Full article: 1059 words)

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