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After his term ended as the 70th governor of Virginia, Tim Kaine continued his lifelong dedication to education as a professor at University of Richmond. Before graduating last May from Richmond Law, I had the privilege of having Gov. Kaine as a professor. Anyone who has had the privilege of meeting him can appreciate that he is a true public servant. As a new lawyer, I am inspired by his work early in his career as a civil rights attorney, especially his work representing plaintiffs in cases of housing discrimination.
Preserving open space means preserving aesthetics, and everybody has a view or trail or stream that they really like, said former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine at the University of Richmond's T.C. Williams School of Law on Monday.
Tim Kaine, former Virginia governor and chairman of the Democratic National Committee, made a speech about U.S. politics to international students in an English as a Second Language class last week.
Tim Kaine, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, spoke to staff and students at the University of Richmond on Monday evening, discussing his role as a leadership studies professor and active politician.
Former Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine returned to his career as an educator, teaching law and leadership at the University of Richmond Jan. 11, six days before his term in office ended.
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine declared a state of emergency for Virginia Wednesday night in response to the effects of the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida and a coastal Nor'easter.
Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine announced today that he will return to the University of Richmond to teach courses at the T.C. Williams School of Law and the Jepson School of Leadership Studies beginning in the spring of 2010.
Republican candidate Robert F. McDonnell convincingly won Virginia's gubernatorial race on Tuesday night, defeating Democrat R. Creigh Deeds and ending years of control by Democrats in the state.
Just five days before the Nov. 3 Virginia gubernatorial election, Virginia Democratic candidate Sen. Creigh Deeds must energize young voters, as well as the Democratic base, if he hopes to overcome his double-digit deficit in the polls to Republican candidate, Bob McDonnell.
Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine will deliver the commencement address to University of Richmond students in the schools of Arts & Sciences, Business and Leadership Studies on May 10 in the Robins Center.
Restaurant and bar patrons in Virginia will have to brave the elements if they choose to smoke after Dec. 1, 2009.
Green job creation is the solution to the future of state employment, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine said during his annual State of the Commonwealth Address Jan. 14, warning the country was weathering its largest economic crisis since World War II.
In the final days of the 2008 Election, both political parties stormed in and around Richmond trying to muster up support before Tuesday's contest.
With one day until the 2008 election, Virginia Democratic representatives spoke in the theater at Virginia Commonwealth University's Student Commons to encourage voter turnout and endorse Democrat Mark Warner for U.S. Senate and Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.
The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm watch from the North Carolina-Virginia border to southern New Jersey as Tropical Storm Hanna continues spinning toward the southeastern United States. A watch generally means that tropical conditions are possible within 36 hours.
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine announced a statewide crackdown on drunken driving last week, and University of Richmond police officers have made two DUI arrests already this semester.
CHESTER, Va. -- Barack Obama campaigned at John Tyler Community College with Gov. Timothy M. Kaine Thursday morning, addressing the troubled U.S. economy and reinforcing what he said would be a commitment to fight for the American people.
Peter has been the manager of Alcoholic Beverage Control store No. 254 on Three Chopt Road for 12 years. Six days a week, he has sold some of the finest liquors to local residents as well as University of Richmond students. He's sold tequila on Tuesdays, whiskey on Wednesdays and plenty of Southern Comfort on Saturdays. But not once has he sold a drop of liquor on a Sunday.
In an effort to protect people from the effects of secondhand smoke, the Virginia State Senate voted yesterday on three bills to ban smoking in nearly all public places, including restaurants.
Widespread opposition from Virginia drivers over the state's recently imposed abusive driver fees, which range from $750 for driving on a suspended license to $3,000 for motor vehicle-related felonies, may soon apply to out-of-state drivers as well, lawmakers say.