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
For most Oswego, NY, residents, snowy roads and running deer are as synonymous with the town as Lake Ontario and the Lighthouse.
As Tesla continues its quest for automotive dominance, their vehicles are becoming more and more common not only within luxury markets but also as police cruisers.
Christmas came a few days early for Cape High class of 2020 grad Daniel Wright, when Heather and Michael Ingerski of Lewes signed the title of their Honda Accord over to him Dec. 17.
On Dec. 17, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) welcomed industry representatives from Massachusetts via a virtual meeting to inform its membership of the efforts behind the recently passed Massachusetts Right to Repair Law ballot measure, and advise how grassroots actions can be taken to help pass industry-related legislation in the Garden State.
Applied learning is at the heart of an Alfred State College (ASC) in Alfred, NY, education, with students gaining the knowledge and skills they need to succeed through hands-on, real-world projects.
Federal data shows pandemic restrictions forced three in 10 businesses statewide to close, at least temporarily, ranking Pennsylvania second only to Michigan in terms of economic lockdown impacts.
Auto Legends in Meriden, CT, opened its doors Dec. 12, with a grand opening including music, prizes and a ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring Mayor Kevin Scarpati and the Midstate Chamber of Commerce.
Nine people have been accused of committing insurance fraud using auto body shops in southern Westchester and the Bronx in New York.
As part of the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Recycled Rides program, Today’s Collision Repair Center recently honored front line health care worker Melody Marshall, RN.
A Reading, PA, man filed a claim with his auto insurance carrier about hitting a deer while driving on Route 10 near Morgantown, WV, last winter, a claim that trigged red flags, authorities said.