Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway is the founder of 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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    Loans offered to Burke, Jay Peak subcontractors

    About $4.6 million is owed to small companies for work at Stateside and the Burke Hotel.

    Report: Herbicide, chemical fertilizer use doubled on Vermont dairy farms in a decade

    Regeneration Vermont, a pro-organic advocacy group, says Monsanto and other companies promised farmers higher yields with fewer chemicals.

    Jay Peak reopens tram

    State inspectors say the main lift to the mountaintop passed load tests.

    Sanders will vote for Clinton

    Sanders made no noises about conceding and insisted that he would continue to fight for a Democratic Party platform that “represents working people and stands up against monied interests.”

    Barre woman charged with threatening harm to social workers

    Police arrested a 39-year-old woman who allegedly threatened to shoot social workers, police and foster parents over removal of her four children.

    Sanders, state officials oppose Senate GMO labeling bill

    Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell says the bill is “not consumer-friendly, it’s industry-friendly.”

    Vermont Gas pipeline costs jump 7.8 percent to $165.6 million

    The 41-mile extension from Colchester to Addison will serve about 3,000 customers in Addison County.

    Rutland Herald and Times Argus eliminate three print editions

    The newspapers will publish four print editions a week and post news online seven days a week.

    Report on Jay Peak tram to be released this week

    Inspectors found a small crack in one of the cabins that the resort plans to have fixed by June 27.

    Pride Center of Vermont holds march in Burlington tonight for victims of Orlando shooting

    The Pride Center will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, June 13 at First Unitarian Church on Pearl Street in Burlington and will march down Church Street to City Hall Park for a vigil.

    Federal court approves $4.9M for Jay Peak tram

    Jay Peak says the tram could be ready to go next week; state officials say safety problems could take months to resolve.

    VTDigger has $70,000 left to raise

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    Man with a Mormon plan

    David Hall: “In my crazy mind, two-thirds of Vermont would be wilderness and one-third would be the farms that are occupied, and you’d have 20 million people in Vermont.”

    SEC: Quiros potentially liable for $191.8 million in ‘ill-gotten gains’

    If the judge accepts arguments made by federal regulators, Quiros would be barred from running the Jay Peak and Burke resorts. He would also be prohibited from selling securities, and his assets would remain largely frozen.