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Located forty miles from Ann Arbor Jackson was founded in 1829 and named after President Andrew Jackson. Jackson is one of the possible birth places for the Republican party and can claim being the location for the first meeting of a group to refer to themselves as Republicans in 1854. Today main employers in the city include CMS Energy and Michigan Automotive Compressor Inc. James Earl Jones, famous actor and voice of Darth Vader is from Jackson.

Population: 36316
Local Newspapers: The Jackson Citizen Patriot
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Baker College Spring Arbor University

Zip Codes associated with jackson, michigan: 49017 49201 49202 49203
Towns/Cities near jackson, michigan : Michigan Center Spring Arbor Grass Lake Vandercook Lake Leslie

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East Jackson Schools Superintendent

Steven Doerr was a longtime East Jackson math teacher. Now Steven has returned as Superintendent.

Jackson quarterback is critical after being dragged by SUV

A former high school quarterback is in critical condition after he was dragged more than 100ft down the road by an SUV. LaJuan Bramlett, 19, had leaned his head into the car's window before it sped down the street, in his hometown of Jackson, Michigan.

Daybook: Recent births in the Jackson County area

DIETRICH, Haley A., and THACKER , Owen R., of Brooklyn, a daughter, Olivia Jean Thacker, born April 12, 7 pounds, 3 ounces at Henry Ford Allegiance Health. Grandparents are Royce Thacker II of Fremont, Ind., Bonnie McCullough of McComb, OH, Crystal Fischer of Brooklyn, and Shay Dietrich of Luther.

Keith W. Larzelere: 1930-2017

Keith W. Larzelere, a pharmacist who owned a drug store in Petersburg, Mich., worked in several others, and was active in the surrounding community, died Thursday at Henry Ford Allegiance Health in Jackson, Mich. He was 87. He had been hospitalized the previous week, but had been in declining health for several years, said his wife, Mary Lou.

Model railroad club building its own little community

BLISSFIELD, Mich. - Inside a nondescript building off the main drag in this charming town of 3,400 people in the heart of farming country is a big room teeming with life.

Philip C. Curtis comes home

The work of critically acclaimed and locally born artist Philip C. Curtis was displayed for celebration at Spring Arbor University's Ganton Art Gallery in February. Titled "Coming Home," the display is the most historically and artistically significant show yet received by the Ganton Art Gallery.

Judge agrees petitions are invalid, LGBT ordinance goes into effect

July 1998 was the first time a non-discrimination ordinance was discussed publicly in the city of Jackson. Nearly 20 years later, that ordinance has now gone into effect.

A 2017 guide to Jackson-area Friday fish fries

Address: Star Hall, 120 E. Wesley St., Jackson Time: Every Friday until April 7, 4 to 7 p.m. Cost: $10 for a three-piece cod dinner with sides. Address: Cafeteria at 811 S. Wisner St., Jackson Time: Every Friday until April 7, 4:30 to 7 p.m. Cost: All you can eat dine-in meals are $10 for adults, $35 for families , $9 for seniors and students.

Consumers Energy prepared for winter storm Jackson, MI (WHTC) - The...

The prediction of a late blast of snow has forced county and city road crews to refit their trucks for plowing and salting, after many of them had been set up for pothole patching and other projects. The threat of heavy winds up to 50 mph along the Lakeshore has Consumers Energy mobilzing crews.

Jackson officials look to raise $40,000 for 'Summer Night Tree' sculpture

It's been called "garbage" and "a pile of scrap." It's been relocated. It's been hit by a Lexus.

Physician, TV station owners honored with Jackson College awards

A Jackson physician and the owners of a community television station have been picked to receive Jackson College's top awards this year. Dr. Jon Lake is the recipient of the 2017 Dr. Ethelene Jones Crockett Distinguished Alumni Award, while Bart and Karen Hawley are receiving the Distinguished Service Award.

Daybook: Recent births in the Jackson County area

CASSIDY, Ashley M. and Matthew A., of Jackson, a daughter, Sadie Elizabeth, born March 30, 7 pounds, 11 ounces at Henry Ford Allegiance Health. Grandparents are Cindy and Timothy Keyes of Colorado Springs, CO, Marian Keyes of Jackson, and Carol and Patrick Cassidy of Adrian.

A review of emissions rules won't stop randd

Suppliers won't be cut any slack on spending because of the Trump administration's plan to review 2022-25 fuel economy standards. The global push for vehicle emission reductions -- not to mention the component industry's race for competitive innovations -- will go on, says Ben Patel, Tenneco Inc.'s new chief technical officer.

First meeting 100+ Women Who Care is Tuesday

Six area women are organizing a local chapter of 100+ Women Who Care Oneota Valley, with the intention of raising money for non-profits in the community. Jennifer Gipp, Kim Bonnet, Heidi Rockweiler, Chauncy Eggland, Alecia Bucksa and Sara Wientzen are spearheading the effort, which begins with a meeting Tuesday, April 4, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., at Rubaiyat restaurant in Decorah.

Vacant downtown Jackson building to be purchased by city at $225,000

When Angie NaDell bought the building at 159 W. Michigan Ave. in June 2014, her plan was to eventually move her small business - Angie's Attic - downtown. But as potential rebuild costs stacked up and the busyness of life started catching up to her, NaDell became open to letting go of the property.

Hope women's golf charges to first-round lead at Trine Spring Classic

Junior Nicole Meyer of Brighton, Michigan carded a 7-over-par 79 to lead the Hope College women's golf team to the first-round lead at the 36-hole Trine Spring Classic Friday at Zollner Golf Course in Angola, Indiana. Meyer topped a field of 44 golfers with a round that included nine pars and one birdie.

Consumers Energy April Campaign for LED Bulbs JACKSON, MI (WHTC) -...

Consumers Energy has a campaign kicking off Saturday and will run through the month of April called, "Light the Moment with ENERGY STAR Buy a Bulb, Give a Bulb. The campaign will provide up to 150,000 high-efficiency LED bulbs to Michigan families.

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