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
Jackson Township, NJ, fire officials were dealing with a number of fallen trees, including ones that closed parts of Dishong Mountain and Blackburn roads on May 29 as storms continued to hit the region.
Five years after a vehicle repair shop in Hyannis received a special permit for a new operation in Mashpee, the state Appeals Court has vacated the permit and a Barnstable Superior Court judge’s decision to uphold it.
Over 19 automotive collision industry businesses and organizations came together at the Technical College High School (TCHS) Brandywine Campus, in Downingtown, PA, on May 8 for the fifth annual Auto Collision Experience (ACE).
An auto body repair shop is facing licensing code violations after the owner was arrested on drug and ammunition charges when detectives raided the garage.
Adam Haddad, who was indicted in connection with alleged insurance fraud, accused of using hammers and mallets to further damage customers’ vehicles he was to repair, was arraigned for a second time on May 21, in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn, MA.
When mechanics at Ramstrom’s Service Center on West Boylston Street start work on a customer’s car, they reach first for the shiny blue tool chest.
Haskins Automotive received a special recognition award at the 2019 annual Wellesley Veterans Parade.
Representatives from Allstate Insurance and Safelite spoke at the Rhode Island Committee on Corporations hearing last week to voice concerns over vague language in proposed legislation regarding calibration.
William J. Smith and Sarah Nancy Mess, both former Rockland County residents who now live in New Jersey, received the keys to the vehicles at the Nanuet Collision Centers, through a program known as Recycled Riders.