Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
Whether it is talking with a Pendleton County, KY, High School student enrolled in a program at Campbell County’s Area Technology Center or Dan Franzen, principal or Julie Wood, guidance counselor at PCHS, one common thread is sewn throughout the conversation.
Some area vehicle repair shops are starting to see an increase in crash damage, despite a slow start to winter weather.
A Minnesota man has been charged with seven felonies after a fire broke out and items were reported stolen from a Barron County, MN, collision center and laundromat.
Students in the Lewis and Clark Community College automotive technology program have been given another resource to advance their education with the donation of a 2015 Ford Focus.
On Dec. 5, the Automotive Women’s Alliance Foundation (AWAF) hosted its 2019 Holiday Affair at Art Leaders Gallery in West Bloomfield, MI.
Excitement is revving up over new equipment at North Platte Community College.
Ford Motor Company is investing more than $1.45 billion in two southeast Michigan manufacturing facilities and adding 3,000 new jobs to strengthen its leadership in trucks and SUVs and support the company’s expansion into electric and autonomous vehicles.
Kyle Van Pelt wants to be prepared for anything.