Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine
Nearly 8 million people live across 1,400 square miles of Long Island---You can go to any town and find someone to whom you’re connected.
With all the bad publicity surrounding Lawrence’s crime and corruption problems, you might think that small businesses such as A&M Auto Body would be resistant to moving into the city.
You may have taken your car to Supreme Auto Body in Allentown, PA, or seen their classic ads for the "fender dent-ist".
In addition to renovations and upgrades at Nashoba Valley Technical High School's Engineering Academy over the summer, thanks to state grants, two other technical areas also received facelifts, though they were paid through the school district's capital budget.
Three people were shot, one fatally, Nov. 6 outside of an auto body shop in Northwest Baltimore, officials said.
City Auto Body, a collision repair and auto body paint provider in Newport, RI, has announced a new partnership with BizIQ, a firm specializing in local search engine optimization and small business marketing.
Some 80 students from the automotive and diesel technology programs at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School recently traveled to the Norwood campus of Universal Technical Institute for a look at their futures.
It’s not every day that a police cruiser comes rolling through the shop’s garage doors at William M. Davies Jr. Career and Technical High School in Lincoln, RI.
The CARSTAR proprietary EDGE Performance Platform, now in its fourth year, continues to drive performance improvements across the CARSTAR Auto Body Repair Experts network through national repair processes and performance standards, along with focused training on delivering those standards.
It may not have been an episode of “The Price is Right,” but one family received a new car Oct. 30 in Prospect Park, PA.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation has come through with another donation for Jeff Tech vocational-technical school.
An auto repair shop that claims a Mercedes-Benz dealership demanded kickbacks for customer referrals is suing the automaker and car dealer for $11.5 million.
This fall, Today's Collision Repair in Malden, MA, participated in the Recycled Rides™ program, facilitated by the National Auto Body Council (NABC), for the fourth time.