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
Danny Amaral appeared resolute as he stood talking with The Newtown Bee in the mostly empty showroom of his family’s sold automotive facility on South Main Street in Newtown, CT.
Neighbors, proud car owners, car enthusiasts, students and staff came together to support local career and technical education students during the Seventh Annual Car Show held at the Technical College High School (TCHS) Pickering Campus in Chester County, PA.
Flames incinerated two trucks and damaged other nearby vehicles Monday, Sept. 23, outside a Hackensack, NJ, auto repair shop, sending plumes of black smoke skyward that could be seen from Route 80.
The Susquehanna Valley Corvette Club, which supports Pennsylvania College of Technology students through a pair of scholarship funds, recently honored two more beneficiaries of its generosity.
For the past 73 years, D & H Auto Body has been a mainstay on Atlantic Avenue in Richmond Hill, located in Queens, NY.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) was recently awarded an $8,409,444 Automated Driving System Demonstration Grant by the U.S. Department of Transportation, to test the safe integration of automated driving systems within work zones.
The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum focuses on award-winning race cars, and now the museum is bringing two big wins of its own home to Philadelphia.
At a meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18, about the progress of the Willets Point, Queens, Development in New York between the city and the Flushing community board, a group of auto workers showed up to make sure they weren’t left behind in the aftermath.
North Haven Auto Body of North Haven, CT, has joined the list of safety-conscious auto glass companies by becoming an accredited Registered Member Company of the prestigious Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC).
Rosedale Technical College will celebrate 70 years on Sept. 28 at its Blue Jean Ball, honoring its reputation as the center of training for the skilled trades in Western Pennsylvania.