Google to pay Louisville, Ky., $3.84 million to cover Fiber pullout
The company announced in February that it would be ending its high-speed internet service after not placing its cables deep enough underground.
Louisville, Ky., loses Google Fiber after company placed lines too shallow
Google said it will end service in Louisville on April 15, though the city says it has other options, including a growing municipal fiber network.
Louisville CIO makes a quiet departure
After three years with the Kentucky city, Jason Ballard disappears from its technology leadership team.
Citizen engagement and collaboration critical to developing smart cities, tech officials say
Tech officials in three large U.S. cities say they are encountering more engaged citizens for their smart cities projects, despite potential citizen concerns around privacy.
Nonprofit hands out grants to boost digital civic engagement in three cities
Next Century Cities is hoping the infusion of funding helps Austin, Louisville and Raleigh better engage their residents with internet-enabled tools.
Louisville, AT&T square off over law to bring high-speed broadband providers to region
The telecom giant is taking the Kentucky city to court over an ordinance aimed at luring companies like Google Fiber to the area.
One Year In: Louisville website expands on new platform
After unveiling a new website last year, IT staff in the city are hard at work overhauling the site's open data portal and city services locator.
Louisville, Kentucky releases first open data audit
An audit of Louisville's open data progress finds the city posted 71 new data sets online this year, but critics say the value of the data remains troubling.