Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, and West Virginia
Sterling Gabriel owned Sterling Paint and Body and Collision Warehouse on Sam Wilson Road in West Charlotte.
“As our industry evolves, we need people of all genders and races,” says recipient Liza Myers Borches, head of Carter Myers Automotive.
Students at the Career Academy & Technical School in Troutman got a whiff of that new-car smell on Tuesday, Feb. 11th
On Monday, Feb. 10th, a local single mother of two was gifted reliable transportation thanks to some community partners.
Authorities in Lenoir City have discovered a large marijuana grow operation in two downtown locations and arrested a local business owner.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Leslie R. Hoffman issued an order today that both grants and denies parts of an emergency motion filed in the ongoing battle between the plaintiff, Allstate Insurance Company (Allstate) and defendants, Auto Glass America LLC (AGA) and its owner, Charles Isaly.
Tampa Bay and the surrounding areas are home to many prominent civic and business leaders. Each year, the Florida Council on Economic Education (FCEE) honors only a select few of those who contribute so much to these Tampa Bay Communities.
The state of Florida has introduced assignment of benefit (AOB) legislation for the second time after it was defeated in the Senate Banking and Insurance Subcommittee last year on a split 4-4 vote.
100 students enrolled in the Fauquier County School Division’s auto body repair and auto technology classes, now have a couple more cars to work on.