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Thursday, 10 November 2016 19:20

AL O'Reilly Auto Parts Robbed at Gunpoint

Written by Prescotte Stokes III, AL.com

Two businesses in the Mobile area were robbed at gunpoint over the weekend of October 14, according to the Mobile Police Department.

Wednesday, 09 November 2016 23:21

CarCareers.org Now Features a Job Board

Minnesota Careers in Automotive Repair and Service (MNCARS) has announced the addition of a job board to its website www.carcareers.org.

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 18:21

Car Crashes Into KY Auto Body Repair Shop

Written by Lex18.com

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Lexington firefighters were called out after a car accidentally drove into a building on the morning of October 25.


The MoKan CARSTAR Business Group is helping make dreams come true.

Gerber Collision & Glass has announced the October 17, 2016 opening of a new collision repair center in Battle Creek, Michigan.

Monday, 07 November 2016 17:46

Break-in at Advance Auto Parts

Written by Ashley Hunter, Greene Publishing, Inc.

$300 was stolen and $600 is left in damages after a break-in at Advance Auto Parts, located on 497 E. Base St. in Madison on Monday, Oct. 24.

Monday, 07 November 2016 16:58

Auto parts manufacturer to cut Iowa City workforce

Written by Andy Davis, Iowa City Press-Citizen

Auto parts manufacturer International Automotive Components will lay off 477 employees at its Iowa City facility by the end of 2016.

Friday, 28 October 2016 17:42

Auto Parts Maker to Grow

Written by The Journal Gazette Staff

An automotive parts manufacturer plans to expand its operations in Steuben County, IN to help support a new contract with General Motors.

Advanced Measurement Systems, Inc. has announced the addition of Lee Equipment to the AMS Distributor network.

The absence of adequate machine safeguards led to an amputation and other machine-related injuries at a Mansfield manufacturer of parts used by automobile, motorcycle and appliance brands.

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