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Richmond Fed’s Composite Manufacturing Index Rose In August.

Richmond Fed’s Composite Manufacturing Index Rose In August. The Wall Street Journal (8/28) reports The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s composite manufacturing index rose to 24 in August from 20 the previous month. Indexes for shipments, the volume of new orders and employment all rose, a report from the Richmond Fed said. The report also […]

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Columbia Gas of Virginia wants to raise base rates for typical customer by 7.5 percent a month

Columbia Gas of Virginia wants to raise base rates for typical customer by 7.5 percent a month BY GREGORY J. GILLIGAN | Richmond Times-Dispatch Columbia Gas of Virginia wants to raise its residential base rate to recover costs associated with ongoing infrastructure investment programs. The increase would mean a typical residential customer could see the […]

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U.S.-Mexico Trade Agreement in Principle Announced; Canada Expected to Join Talks Shortly and President Trump Indicates Termination of NAFTA in Future.

VMA Commerce Committee Members, U.S.-Mexico Trade Agreement in Principle Announced; Canada Expected to Join Talks Shortly and President Trump Indicates Termination of NAFTA in Future   President Donald J. Trump, joined on the phone by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, announced the conclusion today of U.S.-Mexican trade talks to create a U.S.-Mexican Trade Agreement, which […]

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Will massive solar project see the light of day?

Will massive solar project see the light of day? The News Virginian | By BOB STUART bstuart@newsvirginian.com WAYNESBORO — A solar farm project planned for Stuarts Draft and Lyndhurst would include more than 1,000 acres of panels on parcel owned by 13 landowners, if approved. Augusta County officials say the proposed locations stretch from behind […]

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Fiber optics manufacturer to invest $1.3 million in Washington County, create 20 new jobs

Fiber optics manufacturer to invest $1.3 million in Washington County, create 20 new jobs Bristol Herald Courier | RICHMOND, Va. — New manufacturing jobs are coming to Washington County, Va. Governor Ralph Northam announced in a press release on Monday that AFL, an industry leading manufacturer of fiber optic cable, connectivity and accessories, will invest $1.3 […]

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Virginia officials flush with policy choices on taxpayer relief after federal reforms

Virginia officials flush with policy choices on taxpayer relief after federal reforms Richmond Times Dispatch |BY MICHAEL MARTZ More than half of Virginia taxpayers make less than $50,000 a year, but they will pay proportionally more in new state taxes than they will receive in federal tax savings under the sweeping reforms President Donald Trump […]

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Exclusive: Draft details Trump’s plan for reversing Obama climate rule

Exclusive: Draft details Trump’s plan for reversing Obama climate rule A portion of the rule obtained by POLITICO shows Trump’s EPA easing the planned limits on the pollution from power generators driving climate change. EMILY HOLDEN 08/14/2018 07:46 PM EDT | POLITICO The rule would allow states to write rules to make coal plants more efficient, […]

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Dominion, environmentalists battle over scope of stop-work order for pipeline

Dominion, environmentalists battle over scope of stop-work order for pipeline By MICHAEL MARTZ Richmond Times-Dispatch Dominion Energy is pushing federal regulators to allow continued work on portions of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in West Virginia and North Carolina while awaiting new federal permits to resolve concerns the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals raised in […]

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Sumitomo Machinery Corporation Of America To Make “Multi-Million Dollar Investment In New Machinery” At Its Virginia Facility.

Gov. Northam Announces Multi-Million Dollar Investment in August County Sumitomo Machinery Corporation Of America To Make “Multi-Million Dollar Investment In New Machinery” At Its Virginia Facility. WVIR-TV Charlottesville, VA (8/14) reports that on Tuesday that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced that “Sumitomo Machinery Corporation of America (SMA) will make a multi-million dollar investment in […]

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Trucking’s Tight Capacity Squeezes U.S. Businesses

Trucking’s Tight Capacity Squeezes U.S. Businesses The Wall Street Journal Empty trucks are so hard to come by right now that Dean Foods Co., one of North America’s largest milk suppliers, cut its full-year earnings outlook in part because it simply can’t move its goods for anything close to what it expected to pay this […]