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By Jeff Sturgeon email@example.com 981-3251 Jennmar Corp. will spend $2.65 million and hire 50 people to expand its Giles County factory producing goods for industry.
By Michael Sluss firstname.lastname@example.org (804) 697-1585 A Virginia State Police policy affecting prayers by department chaplains has created another political dust-up between House Majority Leader Morgan Griffith, R-Salem, and Gov. Tim Kaine.
By JULIAN WALKER By Julian Walker The Virginian-Pilot richmond Standing near crop fields at a Henrico County farm operated by the same family for 97 years, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine on Wednesday proclaimed Virginia's agricultural economy strong.
By Jeff Sturgeon email@example.com 981-3251 Virginia added 18 inspectors to the gasoline price-gouging investigation Wednesday, bringing the total to 30. "We will aggressively pursue unscrupulous operators charging excessive prices," Gov. Tim Kaine said in a prepared statement.
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine announced yesterday that resources from Virginia have been sent to Louisiana and Texas to help with hurricane relief efforts.
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine, passed over for vice president but still a prospect for a college presidency, says there's no way he won't complete the remaining 16 months of his term.
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine yesterday proposed that Southern states develop a regional approach to energy and climate-change policy.
By JULIAN WALKER By Julian Walker The Virginian-Pilot RICHMOND Gov. Timothy M. Kaine called the process surrounding his potential vice presidential candidacy "surreal" Saturday morning. Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, announced Delaware's Sen.
The John Tyler connection just didn't pan out. Tyler was the last vice president to come from Virginia, and some prognosticators wondered if Barack Obama's appearance with Gov. Timothy M.
Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama met Thursday morning with Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine and Kaine's staff in Richmond, Va. ABC News reported that Kaine is widely considered to be on Obama's possible list of vice presidential running mates.
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