GREENVILLE, Mich. (WZZM) -- Consumers Energy says about 3,100 customers in downtown Greenville and the surrounding areas will be without power for up to three hours, starting at 9 o'clock tonight.
The utility says the outage is necessary for making emergency repairs to a substation that feeds two electric circuits.
The area affected is generally bordered by Shearer Rd. on the northwest, Lincoln Lake Ave. on the southwest, High St. on the south, and Smith St. on the east.
Consumers Energy says its outage map (at this link) will have updates on the outage as it happens.