Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Five members of the York County community were honored Oct. 19 for taking action to help save a fellow citizen in July.
A technical education can lead to an associate’s or even a bachelor’s degree, thanks to a new Lake-Sumter State College program.
Polk State Kenneth C. Thompson Institute of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy cadets participated one recent morning in traffic-stop simulations---lessons that are now more realistic thanks to some local donors.
Over the last four years, student enrollment at the Limestone County Career Technical Center has nearly doubled as more and more young people pursue careers in technical fields.
When the feds started scrutinizing two men accused of running a massive $23 million auto insurance fraud at chiropractic clinics in South Florida, their defense attorneys say investigators had a theory the ringleaders were part of the Russian mob.
Mitchell's Body Shop has been officially certified by Assured Performance, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization, for maintaining the right tools, equipment, training and facility necessary to repair the participating automaker brand vehicles according to the manufacturer's specifications.
With insurers arguing that a practice known as “assignment of benefits” is driving up costs, a Senate Republican recently filed a proposal that could lead to required inspections before damaged windshields are repaired or replaced.
Service King Collision Repair Centers, with the help of its local Memphis teammates, recently presented a donation in the amount of $25,000 to the Memphis Fire Fighters Association Foundation.