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Pontiac,

city in Michigan, where an outbreak of Legionella occurred in 1968.
Pontiac fever - a strain of Legionella pneumophila.
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color) A Pontiac is wrapped around a pole after being struck by a tractor- trailer at Rye Canyon Road and Avenue Crocker in Valencia on Friday morning.
He chose them from among Pontiac and GMC's executives.
Under terms of the settlement, GM agreed to abandon plans to transfer laid-off employees from Pontiac West to other locations and will add up to 900 workers at the Pontiac East plant, including 200 to address concerns about assembly line speedups and another 700 to replace Pontiac East workers who return to school.
com first reported the news of Pontiac's demise in 2009, the percentage of people who traded their Pontiac for another Pontiac was 16 percent.
To inquire about a used Pontiac G6, or one of the used cars available at the dealership, contact the dealership at its Freeport location by calling 815-232-5017 or its Cedarville location by calling 815-563-4393.
com), Pontiac Underground provides a place for users to get the answers they are looking for, as well as share their knowledge with the community.
The Pontiac Black Chamber serves the greater Pontiac and northern Oakland County areas.
Seconds later the Pontiac slammed into the rear of a parked pickup truck, but the driver refused to get out.
Nasdaq: TTWO), and Pontiac proudly announced today the 2nd Annual Pontiac Virtual NCAA[R] Final 4[R] Tournament.
June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The School Board of the School District of the City of Pontiac has taken bold leadership in its courageous effort to allow for critical examination of the district's operations and procedures these past few months.
Dodge and Pontiac have been shut out, but that could change this year.
CHICAGO -- Fitch downgrades to 'BB-' from 'BBB+' the underlying rating on Pontiac General Building Authority, Michigan's (GBA) outstanding $1.