Stanley Black & Decker donates $100K to help bridge digital divide in Baltimore

Towson-based Stanley Black & Decker has joined United Way of Central Maryland in the organization’s efforts to close the digital divide in the greater Baltimore area with a $100,000 gift. The money will fund internet towers in Baltimore neighborhoods with high need for internet connectivity. Based on the needs in the Brooklyn/Curtis Bay neighborhood in south Baltimore, ...

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