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
A Manchester, N.H. auto shop gave back to Veterans by making several car repairs at no charge.
A West Springfield family found 'Go Home' keyed into their car in mid November.
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A local family turned to Western Mass News for help after they said that they were victims of a hate crime.
The Pennsylvania State Ethics Commission cleared Braddock Hills Borough Councilman Robert Henkel on December 1 of conflict-of-interest accusations in voting for and signing checks paid to his brother’s auto body shop for work on borough vehicles.
H&V Collision Center, the largest independent and family-owned collision repair company in the Capital Region, is joining with the Marine Corps to collect for Toys for Tots at all H&V locations in upstate New York.
A South Shore used car business will cease operations and its owner will pay restitution after they were sued for selling unsafe and unreliable used cars, failing to make repairs which were promised or required under warranties, and operating in unlicensed locations, Attorney General Maura Healey announced on December 7.
Joe Carubba presents a $10,000 check to the Food Bank of WNY. (l to r) Catherine Shick and Marylou Borowiak of the Food Bank of WNY, Joe Carubba and Lou Fasolino of Carubba Collision.
Joe Carubba, president of Carubba Collision Corp., presented a $10,000 check to the Food Bank of Western New York at Operation: “Rock Out Hunger” on November 18 at the Food Bank Trailer located in front of the Eastern Hills Mall in Amherst, NY.
BOCES Career and Technical School student Nijuan West of Schenectady looks on as submarine veteran Al Singelman points out the artwork on the replica submarine. (Photo provided by Mike McCagg / BOCES)
Capital Region BOCES (Boards of Cooperative Educational Services) Career and Technical School students are restoring a replica of a World War II Balao class submarine.
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has announced the convictions of nine individuals for their roles in staging four automobile accidents in Nassau and Suffolk counties to fraudulently receive insurance payouts.
Tiffany Rowan, of Bethlehem, a 12-year member of the U.S. Army Reserves, sits in the driver’s seat of the 2012 Nissan Sentra she was presented with by 3D Auto Body and Collision Centers during the fourth annual Car Show and Community Day at the Technical College High School (TCHS) Brandywine Campus in Downingtown.
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The fourth annual Car Show and Community Day became a time of giving back and a time of thanks to a soldier.
A federal judge's ruling in Texas could affect the way Massachusetts businesses calculate overtime pay.
Axalta employees volunteered to serve lunch at the Ministry of Caring to recognize National Hunger and Homelessness week. (Photo credit: Axalta)
To recognize and help raise awareness for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, observed November 12-20, 2016, employees from Axalta Coating Systems swapped their laptops for ladles and fulfilled the Ministry of Caring’s lunch service needs at its Emmanuel Dining Room in Wilmington, Delaware.
New Jersey Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino and the Division on Civil Rights announced that a New Jersey-based auto parts company has agreed to pay a Camden County man $55,000 to resolve allegations that it failed to hire him, despite his being qualified and experienced, because of his race and age.
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WASHINGTON TWP., N.J.– Students from Morris County School of Technology's (MCST) auto body shop classes restored a trailer for the Washington Township Office of Emergency Management.