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
Virtual reality is shaping post-graduate reality for students in the vocational technical studies program at Plymouth South High School in Plymouth, MA.
A son made a promise to his dying father: He would take his business and turn it into an empire built on customer satisfaction.
Practice makes perfect when repairing vehicles. Students who want to work in the auto industry now have two more cars to work on at the Dr. James A. Forrest Career and Technology Center in Leonardtown, MD.
The commute home in Middletown, CT, on Nov. 16 was a lot easier than it had been on Nov. 15.
Delaware Gov. John Carney announced on Nov. 14 more than $438,000 in federal grants to expand high school career pathway programs.
It’s that time of year again.
The leaves are falling. The days are getting shorter. And more and more deer are running in front of vehicles on Maryland’s roadways.
On Nov. 15, Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood announced a 61-count indictment charging David Safir, 48, of Brooklyn; Dr. Alexander Haselkorn, 78, of Franklin Lakes, NJ; Roberta Haselkorn, 61, of Franklin Lakes, NJ; attorney Nadezdha Ursulova, 63, of Brooklyn; and Theron Grinage, a.k.a. Timothy Russell, 52, of Brooklyn for their alleged participation in an auto insurance fraud scheme that cheated no-fault insurance carriers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A man suffered burns to his face and hands in a fire the morning of Nov. 10 at a Parks Township, PA, auto body shop. Firefighters rescued a woman who lived above the shop.
Town II Auto Body & Towing recently announced its achievement of Gold Class status, the industry standard for training that contributes to complete and safe repairs.
A Bloomfield, NJ, woman pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining insurance identification cards as part of a scheme to steal luxury used vehicles from dealerships in New Jersey and New York, state prosecutors announced Oct. 30.