Historic courthouse will soon get Wi-Fi




GREENFIELD — Free Internet access could be available at the county courthouse by the end of the month.

Hancock County’s technology department is installing Wi-Fi in the historic building as part of a growing trend of downtown government buildings having more online accessibility to the public.

Bernie Harris, Hancock County information technology director, said prosecutors and attorneys had been requesting wireless access in the courthouse. Installing the technology, he said, will help them be able to answer emails and do research while they are in the courthouse.

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