Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
When a volunteer for the Boys and Girls Club of Alton, IL, took the nonprofit organization’s rusty van to undergo repairs, she got more than she bargained for with a monumental contribution from a small business.
A two-alarm fire caused a "catastrophic collapse" of the roof at Camp's Collision Center at 1930 Dana Ave. in Evanson, OH, according to Assistant Fire Chief Tom Lakamp.
This spring, two long-time Merrill, WI, entrepreneurs will come together for the sake of a common goal: expanding their respective businesses and in turn, raising the bar on the services they offer to the community.
When she saw the car advertised on TV a couple weeks before the State Fair, Linda Ridenour of Brady, NE, told her husband, Ross, she would really like to have the car.
Michigan is globally recognized as the hub for automotive innovation, technology, and research. We put the world on wheels and were the first to transform transportation in a way that impacts how we live, work and travel.
CARSTAR Don & Ron’s Collision Center was named the January Small Business of the Month by the Greater Omaha Chamber in recognition of its excellent customer service and community involvement.
Minnesota West Community and Technical College in Jackson, MN, announced the introduction of two new program enhancements in Automotive Technology and Power Sports Technology, to begin in fall 2018.
A man has been arrested in connection with the burglary at Extreme Automotive in York, NE, that occurred in October. An arrest warrant has been issued on another person related to that crime.
Dave Dunn was only 16 when he first worked in an auto body shop. Like most entrepreneurs, he grew his eventual business with time, hard work, persistence and learning from his mistakes.
Cooper Color. Inc. has been providing quality painting services since 1997, when the founder, David Cooper, acquired the former Gravois Auto Paint & Supply Co., which had been in business since 1935.
Nicolet College’s Automotive Technician program in Rhinelander, WI, recently added to its fleet of vehicles for students to train on, thanks to the donation of a car and a truck from State Farm Insurance.