Cleveland Plain Dealer

Lifeline program changes could cut low-cost internet for thousands in Ohio

Under changes the Federal Communications Commission recently proposed, fewer people may receive subsidized broadband service under the Lifeline program.

Digital loitering reality of life for poor

On some evenings, after the Cleveland Public Library branch on Woodland Avenue closes, people linger near the low-slung entrance or sit in cars in the parking lot.

Verizon data overages strain family ties, as well as wallets

The Plain Dealer has found that the strain of Verizon's recent overage issue goes beyond flabbergasted adults struggling to decipher disjointed bills.