Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
People working in auto body shops don’t mess with Gail Santoro. She can sand, polish and paint with the best of them.
High school graduates from the class of 2018 took advantage of the educational benefits that TN Promise affords by formally committing to technical programs offered through the Tennessee College of Applied Technology during National Signing Day at Chattanooga State Community College on Feb. 15.
A family auto business in Cobbs Creek, VA is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and is seeing a fourth generation priming itself to be involved.
Scott Fetcho of Lebanon, TN, retired as a race driver several years ago, but remains active in the sport as he assists his son, Dylan, with his high-speed aspirations.
Police in North Carolina continue to report an uptick in instances of a crime that could make your car sound different overnight.
Darrell Allen Body Shop of Burlington, NC, bested thousands of others across the country to win the Nationwide Insurance Showmanship of Excellence Award.
With more than 35 years of experience in automotive body repair, Tim Holcomb opened his own business last fall.
The Golden Isles College and Career Academy in Brunswick, GA, hosted the Region 8 Skills USA competition on Feb. 2.
For 14 years, Steve Watts has taught collision repair at Franklin County’s Career Technical Center in Russellville, AL, which recently introduced something new to help students: a simulated workplace.
Southside Rides on Freedom Drive, a nonprofit body shop in Charlotte, NC, only hires ex-convicts so they don't get discouraged job-hunting and return to crime.
High school students take many different career paths once their school career is over. Some go to college, while others head straight into the workforce.
There’s beauty in discovering a new life and purpose in something otherwise considered non-valuable or junk. Wiregrass Tech student Olivia Gilliland has found her passion in life through the college’s Auto Collision Repair program in Valdosta, GA .