Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway is the founder of VTDigger.org. She has worked as a reporter and editor in Vermont for 20 years. Galloway is the former editor of the Sunday Rutland Herald and Times Argus. For many years, she was a contributing writer for Seven Days and a visual arts reviewer for the Times Argus. Her reporting has appeared in The New York Times, the New York Daily News, Vermont Life and City Pages (Minneapolis). She is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors.

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Twitter: @GallowayVTD

Homepage: http://vtdigger.org

    Dunne declares run for governor

    Matt Dunne

    Google executive raises $200,000 for campaign, hires four staffers and holds 19 community forums in six weeks.

    In Iowa, Sanders 7 percentage points behind Clinton

    Bernie Sanders

    Hillary Clinton has lost 30 percent of her support since May, according to a Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register Iowa poll.

    Pollina calls for stringent ethics rules, independent commission

    Anthony Pollina

    The Washington County senator wants much tougher financial disclosure rules and the formation of an ethics panel that would be protected from political bias.

    Shumlin administration calls for level-funded budget

    Justin Johnson

    Letter urges commissioners and secretaries to plan for spending at fiscal year 2016 levels. Human services and education expenditures are expected to put more pressure on the 2017 budget.

    VTDigger and UVM host Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eric Lipton

    Eric Lipton

    Lipton’s talk will feature highlights from his groundbreaking series of articles about the corporate lobbying of state attorneys general and the money-fueled world of influence in which they operate.

    First phase of investigation of Sorrell complete

    Bill Sorrell

    Tom Little, acting special legal counsel to the investigation, is now seeking additional requests for information.

    Greensboro shooting suspect turns himself in

    Ryan Bacon

    A 30-year-old Bend resident has been charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of Lou Ron Schneider.

    VTDigger and The Commons hire Mike Faher, former Brattleboro Reformer reporter

    Mike Faher

    Faher has worked as a daily newspaper journalist for 16 years, most recently as lead reporter at the Brattleboro Reformer, where he was laid off in June during a round of nationwide budget cuts by the newspaper’s parent company, Digital First Media.

    Bush first Republican presidential candidate to file for Vermont primary

    Jeb Bush

    No other presidential candidate, including Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has yet filed a petition for Vermont primary.

    UPDATED: Herring charged with aggravated murder in shooting deaths of three relatives, had a ‘hit list’ for relatives

    Jody Herring

    The gun used in the shooting was owned by Henry Premont, a former boyfriend. Premont said Herring had a “hit list” that included a number of relatives including Rhonda and Regina Herring, Jody’s mother, Jenella Herring, and her husband Ken, and possibly her brother Dwayne.

    House speaker announces bid for governor

    Shap Smith kicked off his gubernatorial bid in Morrisville on Aug. 19, 2015. Photo by Anne Galloway/VTDigger

    Smith is the first gubernatorial candidate for 2016 election. The Democrat from Morrisville touted his hometown as an example of the kind of economic Renaissance he’d bring to Vermont if he were elected governor.  

    Dustup over Herring’s right to counsel

    Jody Herring

    Jody Herring, who is accused of the killing a state worker, did not see an attorney for more than seven hours after she was detained by police on Aug. 7.

    FairPoint reaches settlement with the state

    A Fairpoint Communications truck makes its way down State Street in Montpelier. VTD/Josh Larkin

    Telecommunications company will credit bills for 22,700 customers and invest in broadband service for 28,000 underserved Vermont customers.

    Mourners remember three women slain in shootings

    Tiffany Herring

    Krissy Johnson said Julie, Rhonda and Regina “deserve the same amount of respect as the social worker or anyone,” and she said the governor should lower the flags at the Statehouse for them as well, “but that won’t happen.”

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