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
When it comes to education, for teachers, it can be more costly to “give” one.
The Automotive Technology and Automotive Collision Repair programs at Penta Career Center in Perrysburg, Ohio, are hosting a Cruise-In car show on Sept. 25 from 5-8 p.m., on the Penta campus located at 9301 Buck Road.
This year, Ed’s Collision and Glass, located in Maple Grove, MN, enters its 40th year of business in the auto repair industry.
Amid anxiety about a global recession, slowing vehicles sales and looming job cuts, Ford Motor Co. delivered some good news to Louisville, KY, workers Thursday, Aug. 29 — a $550 million investment in its local factories and plans to retain union jobs.
Leaders at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, say there's a shortage of skilled workers in the auto industry.
A North Olmsted, Ohio, man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for selling cocaine, MDMA and marijuana. Emad Silmi, 45, was one of several people charged for conspiring to sell narcotics in Northeast Ohio.
CARSTAR, North America’s premier network of independently owned collision repair facilities, joined the team from Nationwide Insurance to sponsor the Nationwide Children’s Championship -- the annual fundraiser for Nationwide Children’s Hospital Pediatric Cancer Program.
LaFontaine Automotive Group is growing once again, adding Glenn Buege Buick GMC in Lansing, MI, to its family of companies.
Airbrush artist Donnie Inman, 34, has used his art to build a new life for himself after getting out of prison.
An individual served by Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties in Nebraska received the gift of reliable transportation on Aug. 17.