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
Not only does Carubba Collision donate to feed those who are less fortunate in its community, but Carubba Collision also helps feed the community’s pets! The donation will provide 18,000 pounds of pet food.
Pittsburgh Glass Works says “a combination of difficult realities” could lead to closing its Creighton plant next year.
When police arrested a New Jersey man in August for allegedly stealing a Honda CRV in central Greenwich, officers assigned to the car theft squad and the accused had met before.
Cole’s Collision Centers, the Capital Region’s largest and fastest-growing, family-owned auto repair company, officially opened its newest location in the Town of North Greenbush.
Carmen Vega-Rivera is bracing for change, as her neighborhood may look a little different in the next few years.
Joseph Carubba, President and CEO of Carubba Collision Corp., has announced that Carubba Collision has acquired and opened three new shops across New York State as the Carubba Collision brand continues to expand and grow.
J.D. Byrider is facing a lawsuit from the Massachusetts attorney general filled with allegations about its business practices and the quality of its vehicles.
More than three years ago, 45 mechanic and auto body shops agreed to move from their Willets Point storefronts to a large warehouse in The Bronx after the city took over their properties for a massive redevelopment of the area.
The Dansville Travel Center had a special car show fundraiser for the Hornell Humane Society on Sept. 9.
Josh Cohen of Neshaminy Collision & Auto Repair says his customers have high standards---but his are even higher.
9 North Capital, LLC, through its affiliate 39N Maaco Holdings, LLC, has acquired the Maaco location in Newark, DE.
Premium electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla has designated Certified Collision of Long Island in Freeport, NY, as a Tesla-approved body shop.
The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation recently received a $2,500 donation from Lou Altobelli, owner of Rio Auto Body of Rio Grande, NJ.
The Jeff Tech vocational-technical school joint operating committee in Reynoldsville, PA, was informed of some big donations at its meeting in early September.