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
Two wartime veterans were recognized for their military service and gifted with vehicles on Dec. 21.
A fire that appears to have started in a Frederick, MD, auto repair shop early the morning of Dec. 20 damaged three businesses and 29 vehicles, according to Frederick County fire officials.
A New York man caught burglarizing an auto body shop in Connecticut struck a responding police cruiser while trying to escape.
The Christmas season is all about joy, love and giving, but unfortunately, not everyone feels that during the holidays.
Onondaga Community College has reached an exciting agreement with the electric vehicle maker Tesla.
Prior to opening Exclusive Auto Collision in 2003 in Ramsey, NJ, Tony Lake was an auto damage appraiser for 20 years.
The Auto Barn Collision Center has been certified by Assured Performance Collision Care, a nonprofit consumer-advocacy organization, for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training and facility necessary to repair participating auto-brand vehicles according to the manufacturers' specifications.
Several neighbors of a site in North Strabane Township, PA, where construction on a new car dealership is underway, showed up at a meeting with questions and concerns Nov. 28.
In November, New York's Second Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the decision of a lower court, ruling that Nick's Garage in Syracuse, NY, had presented sufficient evidence to defeat summary judgment as it related to its allegations against Nationwide and Progressive in two separate cases.
Icahn Automotive Group announced that one of New York City’s leading auto parts suppliers for the past 37 years---BS&F Auto Parts, and its team--- are now part of the Icahn Automotive Group.
H&V Collision Center, the largest independently owned collision repair business in the Capital Region of NY, announced that it has been certified by The Ford Motor Company to repair F-150 aluminum-bodied pickup trucks.
The sign at Dean Technical High School facing Main Street read, "97 percent attendance keep coming."
According to a recent press release, local auto body shop North State Custom sued Celebrity Auto of Westchester, NY, (DBA Mercedes Benz of Goldens Bridge) for $11.5 million, alleging that Celebrity was an unauthorized repair shop and otherwise engaged in unlawful activity.
The Ulster BOCES Auto Collision Technology program recently received a grant from the I-CAR Collision Repair Education Foundation.