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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

Jackson News
MDOT and the City of Jackson host public meeting to discuss construction in downtown Jackson

WHAT: The Michigan Department of Transportation and the City of Jackson will host a public open house to discuss the reconstruction of I-94 Business Loop from Brown Street to Louis Glick/Washington Avenue and the two-way conversion on I-94 BL, Louis Glick Highway, and Washington Avenue in downtown Jackson. The public is invited to stop by at any time during the three-hour meeting to learn more about construction.

New arrivals

Kyra Michaela Ann Davison was born March 1, 2017 at Cameron Memorial Community Hospital, Angola, to Saness Marie Palmerton and Carey Anthony Davison of Fremont, weighing 6 pounds, 11 ounces.

One killed in N.H. as crashes piled up

Blackman-Leoni Department of Public Safety officers and other rescue personnel work at the scene of a crash involving a semi trailer under the Cooper Street bridge of Interstate 94 westbound on Monday, March 13, 2017, in Jackson, Mich. Most of Michigan is getting snow as utility crews work to restore electrical service to thousands of customers still without power following last week's high winds.

Donald Trump to visit home of hero Andrew Jackson

When President Trump visits the homestead of his hero Andrew Jackson in Tennessee on Wednesday, he'll pay tribute to Washington's first outsider president, a comparison he relishes. Mr. Trump will lay a wreath at Jackson's tomb at The Hermitage on the 250th anniversary of his birth, and receive a private tour of the mansion filled with artifacts of "POTUS7," as the museum calls him.

Firefighter with New York ties bringing 9/11 rememberence 5k to Jackson

The Blackman-Leoni Township public safety officer collected it last year when he and his family went to New York to run the Tunnel to Towers 5k, which retraces the steps of Stephen Siller. The off-duty New York City firefighter ran on Sept.

5 things you need to know Tuesday

Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2nizVjT A reporter films salt that is ready for use on the streets in New York as the area prepares for Stella March 12, 2017. Thousands of flights have already been canceled and driving conditions should deteriorate rapidly Tuesday as the biggest snowstorm of the season is forecast to bring heavy snow and howling winds to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast throughout the day .

Staring down the barrel of nor'easter, region preps for snow

Blackman-Leoni Department of Public Safety officers and other rescue personnel work at the scene of a crash involving a semi trailer under the Cooper Street bridge of Interstate 94 westbound on Monday, March 13, 2017, in Jackson, Mich. Most of Michigan is getting snow as utility crews work to restore electrical service to thousands of customers still without power following last week's high winds.

Staring down the barrel of nor'easter, region preps for snow

This satellite image taken around 3:12 p.m. EDT and released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, shows clouds around the Northeast of the United States, Monday, March 13, 2017. A powerful nor'easter could bring blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow from the mid-Atlantic to parts of the Northeast, and officials warn of potential beach erosion, possible coastal flooding and power outages from the late-season snowstorm.

Warming centers opened for those still without power

Chilled residents still without power after Wednesday's catastrophic wind storm can stay warm at several centers opened to the public throughout the county. The Jackson County Sheriff's Office on Friday, March 10, released a list of warming centers open to those still suffering from the storm that wreaked havoc across two days ago.

Warming centers open amid Michigan power restoration efforts

A Volkswagon owned by Lincoln Russell sits crushed under a tree in the Woodbridge neighborhood of Detroit, Wednesday, March 8, 2017, as strong winds moved through. A Volkswagon owned by Lincoln Russell sits crushed under a tree in the Woodbridge neighborhood of Detroit, Wednesday, March 8, 2017, as strong winds moved through.

Strong winds wreak havoc in Michigan

Emergency personnel examine a charter plane that was carrying members of the University of Michigan men's basketball team that was involved in an accident at Willow Run Airport on March 8, 2017, in Ypsilanti, Mich. The plane slid off a runway during an aborted takeoff in high winds, causing extensive damage to the aircraft.

Ric Walton MAIA Agent of the Year

Eric "Ric" B. Walton with Walton Insurance Group in Jackson has been named the 2017 Forsetlund Agent of the Year by the Michigan Association of Insurance Agents. The award recognizes a member who has contributed the most to his or her agency and community.

High winds whip parts of Michigan; trees, power lines downed

Jackson Fire Department personnel respond to a gas leak after a tree fell on a house in Jackson, Mich., on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Fire and rescue crews were in multiple locations as high winds are knocking down trees and power lines in parts of Michigan.

Victim didn't know how many times he was shot until he woke up 3 days later

A 22-year-old man who suffered multiple gunshot wounds inside a Jackson home two months ago said he didn't know how many times he was hit until he woke up in the hospital three days later. The man accused of trying to kill him, 37-year-old Lamon Williams, was bound over for trial after a preliminary examination in front of Jackson County District Court Judge Joseph Filip Monday, March 6. Williams is charged with two counts each of attempted murder and felony firearms, as well as one count each of felon in possession of a firearm and felon in possession of ammunition.

Jackson native starts touring business in Germany

Jackson native Jake Krengel has taken plenty of trips to Germany throughout his life. Now, the 27-year-old is leading the tours himself.

Daybook: Recent births in the Jackson County area

CALER , Ashley L., and STOKER , Kyle J., of Michigan Center, a son, Jacob Anthony Stoker, born February 27, 8 pounds, 11 ounces at Henry Ford Allegiance Health. Grandparents are Tracey and Anthony Stoker of Jackson, Lauretta Gilson of Jackson, and Marcy and Shane Schlenk of Jackson.

More than 100 rally in support of non-discrimination ordinance

About 125 people walked through downtown Jackson on Sunday in support of the city's nondiscrimination ordinance, passed in February and successfully blocked last week by opponents. "Love rules in Jackson.

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