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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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Images courtesy County of Morris


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.

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Bobby Megel
Photo credit: Stamford Police Department


STAMFORD, Conn. -- Like father, like son. Stamford Police said they arrested a New Haven man who ripped off people on auto repairs two years after arresting his father in the same scam.

The midstate's largest family-owned automotive dealership group just got a little bit bigger.

The Collision Centers is opening an 12,000-square-foot shop in Medford, NY, the company’s fifth location on Long Island.

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

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Frank Jozaitis points out the offending RV.
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Mackin’s Auto Body in Northeast Portland can’t seem to get the help they need.


Moody’s Collision Centers, the auto collision repair chain, has increased its footprint in Gorham by buying a 62-acre former racetrack from Hannaford supermarkets.

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Nearly 60 years ago, Paul Marble turned an old cow barn into Marble's Automotive / Marble's Glass, where he did collision work and eventually started fixing up cars for resale.

Photo credit: Spencer Tulls / Finger Lakes Times


It was almost 60 years ago when Paul Marble turned an old cow barn into an auto body shop. Not only did he do collision work, he eventually fixed up cars and resold them.