Five things to know about the news in Jackson on Friday, May 17
The Scream'n Rebels fly over the dedication for the new monument "The Aviator" at the Jackson County Airport on Friday, May 17.
Consumers Energy can be more proactive in its renewable energy...
Consumers Energy has more renewable energy than any other utility in the state, President and CEO John Russell announced at CMS Energy 's annual shareholders meeting Friday, May 17.
Wed May 15, 2013
Consumers Energy approved to raise electric rates by $89 million by state
Consumers Energy is allowed to raise its electric rates by $89 million annually, according to an order issued by the Michigan Public Service Commission Wednesday, May 15.
Tue May 14, 2013
Five things to know about the news in Jackson on Tuesday, May 14
"We continue to see an increase in the number of dog bites to meter readers, even by dogs that have in the past exhibited no aggressive behavior." - Charles Montgomery, Consumers Energy's manager of customer field services.
Detroit Free Press
Consumers Energy to require dogs be restrained before reading meters
Consumers Energy will require all home and businesses with dogs to restrain the animals -- even those that haven't shown aggressive behavior -- before meters will be read because of an increasing number of dog bites of meter readers.
Sun May 12, 2013
During National Electrical Safety Month Consumers Energy Offers Spring, Summer Safety Tips
Consumers Energy has spring and summer safety tips for Michigan residents in recognition of National Electrical Safety Month this May.
Tue May 07, 2013
Job creation in Muskegon and Michigan is the goal of new energy center partnership, members say
The announcement from a Chicago wind industry conference Monday of a budding partnership to develop the alternative energy industry in Muskegon and across the state is about one thing: Jobs.
Mon May 06, 2013
Jackson-based CMS Energy Corp. makes Fortune 500 list this year
CMS Energy, which is the parent company of utility Consumers Energy , ranked No.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Editorial: Muskegon needs to think about future of Cobb property
During a week when Muskegon celebrated its natural resources with numerous Earth Day activities, the community was reminded that these valuable resources are being reevaluated for new uses.
State of Michigan
Foote Dam tailwater access on the AuSable River closed for construction May 1
Contact: Chuck Allen, 989-362-5041; Ed Golder , 517-335-3014; or Richard Castle, Consumers Energy Media Relations, 231-779-5507 Agency: Natural Resources Department of Natural Resources officials have been notified that Consumers Energy will begin its construction project on the Foote Dam tailwater access on the AuSable River beginning Wednesday, ... (more)
Jackson Consumers Energy employees volunteer at Dahlem Center, share bonding experience
Employees at Consumers Energy in Jackson say they do not get a lot of opportunity to interact outside of the workplace.
Future of downtown Jackson looks bright with new restaurants and other projects, Sara Scott column
We learned this week that Dupuis et fils Jewelry Store would be closing its doors in June after 45 years in business.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
CMS Energy Net Income Jumps On Colder Weather
CMS Energy Thursday reported first quarter net income of $144 million, or 53 cents a share, more than double reported net income of $67 million, or 25 cents a share, for the same quarter of 2012.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
CMS Energy's customer satisfaction rating up this year, according to new report
CMS Energy 's customer satisfaction rating saw a boost from the year before, according to the report released last week by the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
No change: Consumers Energy president reiterates utility's plans to close Muskegon's B.C. Cobb plant
The clock continues to tick away on the life of the 65-year-old B.C. Cobb Generating Plant on Muskegon Lake.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Fri Apr 19, 2013
Consumers Energy employees at the center of the company's new Lakeshore headquaters
Consumers Energy officials and community leaders gathered at the company's new Norton Shores headquarters facility to celebrate an $11 million commitment to West Michigan.