Sean D. Gardner, The Oakland Press

Sean D. Gardner

The Oakland Press

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Past articles by Sean:

Kresge Library seeks public’s help to win grant, digitize 1960s Pontiac Press newspapers

The Pontiac Press (now known as The Oakland Press) has been chosen as one of five finalists in the 2018 Digital Michigan Newspaper Grant Program. → Read More

J.C. Penny is postponing 138 store closures

J.C. Penny has postponed the liquidation sales and closure dates for 138 stores. → Read More

Free online child support calculator now available

Parents, attorneys, judges and court referees can now use an online tool to calculate child support payments. → Read More

Residential fire in Rochester Hills contained to attic

No one was injured after a fire broke out inside the attic of a home in the 2700 block of Hessel in Rochester Hills early Thursday morning, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

Oakland University alumnus to appear in Fox’s Empire

Revon Yousif, an Oakland University graduate and Detroit native, is set to co-star in an episode of FOX’s Empire. → Read More

Walleye for Warriors returns June 18, gives veterans a day on the water

Volunteers and boat captains are needed to welcome home veterans and thank them for their service at the annual Walleyes for Warriors recreational therapy event, June 17-18. → Read More

Anton Art Center awards more than $10,000 in minigrants

Eight Oakland and Macomb County organizations and individuals artists have been awarded $10,270 in the second round of funding through the MCACA Minigrant program. → Read More

Ford to introduce live streaming, wi-fi hot spots in 2018 SUVs

No longer will the luxuries of home need to stay at home when on the open road. → Read More

DNR provides tips on Coyote sightings and how to prevent conflict

The Michigan DNR is warning people on how to prevent coyote conflicts and how to stop the wile coyotes from taking advantage of food sources in urban and suburban areas. → Read More

Free winter fishing weekend Feb. 18 and 19

No license required this weekend for fishing. → Read More

Farmington Public Safety phone lines down

Farmington Public Safety phone lines are done, the Farmington Hills Police department say. → Read More

DNR needs help counting birds at Belle Isle

The Michigan DNR needs your help. → Read More

Work begins on Shinola Hotel

The 130-room Shinola Hotel officially broke ground Tuesday in downtown Detroit. → Read More

Nordstrom makes drastic changes to their return policy

Luxury department store chain Nordstrom is drastically changing their liberal return policy. → Read More

Restaurant atop the Renaissance Center set to close

Coach Insignia, the restaurant on the 72nd floor of the Renaissance Center is closing its doors after 13 years. → Read More

Michigan milk drinkers could be in for a refund

Milk drinkers everywhere could be in for a refund if they purchased any dairy product in the last 14 years. → Read More

Girls Who Code partners with GM to empower future leaders

GM and Girls Who Code (GWC) have come together to help inspire U.S. middle school and high school girls to choose and lead in STEM related careers. → Read More

Mostly in Michigan: German automotive supplier to create 800 news jobs

ZF, a German automotive supplier, announced at the Detroit auto show that they are looking to create 800 new jobs. Many of these jobs would be in No → Read More

DNR seeks public input on Highland Recreation Area’s management plan

On Jan. 26, the Michigan DNR will host an open house to gather the public input on Highland Recreation Area’s phase 2 draf → Read More

Bass Pro Shops to buy Cabela’s in $5.5 billion deal

Cabela’s Inc. will be bought by Bass Pro Shops in a $5.5 billion deal, the outdoor companies announced Monday, Oct. 3. → Read More