Consumers Energy has selected 31 solar-powered projects offered by businesses, homeowners and nonprofit groups across Michigan’s Lower Peninsula to supply renewable energy to customers.
Veterans organizations, homeless shelters, food banks and other nonprofit groups throughout Michigan are benefitting from an initiative by Consumers Energy to replace lighting, thermostats and more with money-saving, energy-efficient products.
A Michigan Department of Corrections officer is seeking national recognition for a 19th century prison guard fatally poisoned by an inmate who was pardoned decades later.
The University of Michigan Health System and Jackson-based Allegiance Health Monday announced they had signed a letter of intent to affiliate, with Allegiance Health becoming a member of the UMHS network.
Eight Michigan cities have been selected to receive technical assistance with key economic development projects.
Consumers Energy is sponsoring a forum to provide information to anyone interested in a new program to sell electricity produced by anaerobic digesters.
Comcast Corp. says it’s “relaunching” its Internet Essentials offering of low-cost Internet access and computers to families of students eligible for free or reduced-price school lunches.
Voters have given a big thumbs up to proposals offering some legal protection to recreational marijuana users in three cities.
Voters in three Michigan cities have a chance to give some legal protection to recreational marijuana users.
The Sunnyvale, Calif. IT firm HCL Technologies opened its Michigan Technology Development Center in downtown Jackson Monday, where 120 new HCL employees will provide IT services to the Jackson-based utility holding company CMS Energy.