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By Grace Wyler firstname.lastname@example.org lordstown The General Motors complex here is ramping up
By GRACE WYLER email@example.com Youngstown After months of anticipation, the wait is finally
Editorial: The Mahoning Valley has seen some very good days in the past, and today has the makings of one of
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org lordstown Expectations are high as General Motors prepares to
Mike Newton of Poland works on the interior of a new Chevrolet Cruze. Workers at the General Motors Lordstown complex have ramped up production on the Chevrolet Cruze in anticipation of tomorrow’s high-profile launch.
Editorial: Momentum continues to mount for General Motors Co. and its hot new Chevrolet Cruze. Just
By PETER H. MILLIKEN email@example.com WARREN The past, present and future of the auto
Editorial: We’ve been here several times before since April 28, 1966, when the first Chevrolet Impala rolled
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org lordstown Workers at the General Motors Lordstown complex
By GRACE WYLER email@example.com LORDSTOWN Production of the highly anticipated Chevrolet
Sunny skies brought out a good crowd for the opening of the 164th Trumbull County Fair on Tuesday.
Associated Press ANN ARBOR, Mich. General Motors thinks it can finally sell a good small car.
By GRACE WYLER firstname.lastname@example.org lordstown The Chevrolet Cruze, General Motors’ highly
David Green, president of UAW Local 1714 in Lordstown explains the features of the new Chevy Cruze to Ohio Atty. General Richard Cordray. The Cruze made an appearance at the Statehouse in Columbus Thursday as part of an Earth Day press conference.
The 2011 Ohio-made Chevy Cruze won’t be available to purchase until later this year, but a test model of the vehicle made an appearance Thursday at the Ohio Statehouse as part of Earth Day festivities, giving lawmakers and state officials a chance to see it up close.