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Updated: 7/08 4:33 pm
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVA) -- Harron Communications has reached a deal to sell its Metrocast Cable systems in Mississippi and Alabama.

The new owner will be Toledo, Ohio based Block Communications.

Metrocast currently offers cable and internet service to 100,000 customers in 16 Mississippi counties and Franklin County, Alabama.

Some of the cities covered by Metrocast include Pontotoc, Starkville, Oxford, Iuka and Red Bay.

Harron officials say the sale will be finalized and the transfer should take place this fall.

Block Communications operates cable systems in two Ohio cities and owns televisions stations and newspapers in several other states.

ALABAMA cities served by Metrocast:

Red Bay

MISSISSIPPI cities served by Metrocast:

Abbeville, MS
Aberdeen, MS
Amory, MS
Ashland, MS
Baldwyn, MS
Becker, MS
Belmont, MS
Booneville, MS
Bruce, MS
Burnsville, MS
Calhoun, MS
Calhoun City, MS
Carthage, MS
Coffeeville, MS
Decatur, MS
Dennis, MS
Derma, MS
Ecru, MS
Forest, MS
Golden, MS
Guntown, MS
Hatley, MS
Hickory, MS
Hickory Flats, MS
Holly Springs, MS
Houston, MS
Iuka, MS
Kosciusko, MS
Louisville, MS
Maben, MS
Mantee, MS
Mathiston, MS
Morton, MS
Myrtle, MS
Nettleton, MS
New Albany, MS
Newton, MS
Noxapater, MS
Oxford, MS
Philadelphia, MS
Pittsboro, MS
Plantersville, MS
Pontotoc, MS
Potts Camp, MS
Raleigh, MS
Rienzi, MS
Saltillo, MS
Shannon, MS
Smithville, MS
Snow Lake, MS
Starkville, MS
Starkville-MSU, MS
Tishomingo, MS
Union, MS
University, MS
Vardaman, MS
Water Valley, MS
Wheeler, MS
Winston County , MS
Woodland, MS
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