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
Slow-moving vehicles (SMV), such as farm tractors and other equipment, will be able to travel at higher speeds on New York roads, starting on June 26, 2019.
Rhode Island’s legislature continues its work on Senate Bill 850.
State legislators joined the Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) program on June 13 to recognize 2018 Champions of Toxics Use Reduction at the Massachusetts State House.
On June 4, the Greater Philadelphia I-CAR Committee hosted its 4th Annual Golf Outing at the Penn Oaks Golf Club in West Chester, PA.
A New Hampshire bill that originally excluded auto glass companies will now incorporate them.
For the fourth time in four days, detectives conducted a raid on Friday, May 31, resulting in two arrests and the seizure of a handgun and narcotics.
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).