Montgomery County, Maryland, will use most of a multimillion-dollar grant to the county to provide 50,000 loaner computers to low-income residents. The county’s digital equity program, Montgomery Connects, received $22.6 million in federal and state grants in order to expand access to technology for low-income residents and senior citizens, the county announced Monday. The county will also provide in-person assistance to help eligible families get free internet service.
Montgomery Co. gives out 50,000 laptops to residents following multimillion dollar grant
October 11, 2022