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

    Mosquitos carrying West Nile virus found in Springfield

    The Vermont Department of Health has detected West Nile virus in three batches of mosquitoes from Springfield. It is the first time mosquitos have tested positive in Vermont this year. The Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets collected the mosquitos on July 22, and the Department of Health tested the mosquitos. This year the state […]

    Stenger unveils plans for NEK International Airport

    Architect's drawing of proposed improvements at Newport State Airport in Coventry. Courtesy of Jay Peak

    Jay Peak developer Bill Stenger outlines plans for a $20 million terminal, warehouse and flight design assembly facility at the Newport State Airport in Coventry.

    Economists: Vermont revenues on track for fiscal year 2016

    Jeffrey Carr, Tom Kavet

    Most of the projected uptick in tax receipts, roughly $30 million, is the result of tax increases that were enacted this year.

    Phil Scott ‘gets serious’ about possible run for governor

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    Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Scott sent out a letter to 20,000 Vermonters, saying he is “preparing to lead” and asking for financial support.

    Vermont ACLU threatens to sue over school spending cap; lawmakers maintain law is constitutional

    ACLU Vermont Executive Director Allen Gilbert. VTD/Josh Larkin

    Allen Gilbert: “[Lawmakers] never honestly explored whether it was true that larger schools and larger school districts lead to better performance by students and savings of money.”

    Lisman says 2016 could be ‘right moment’ for gubernatorial run

    Bruce Lisman

    Retired Wall Street executive Bruce Lisman says the people of Vermont deserve a higher level of competency from government.

    Departure of EB-5 chief raises revolving door debate

    Dignitaries break ground on a proposed EB-5 project in Newport last month. No state officials attended the ceremony. Photo by Anne Galloway/VTDigger

    Brent Raymond leaves the state’s EB-5 regional center for Mount Snow, where he will manage the ski resort’s own immigrant investor project.

    State regulator gives developers approval to solicit new EB-5 investors for Q Burke

    Q Burke hotel

    The developers will not have control of the distribution of funds; instead, the money will be released by a third party construction project consultant that has been hired by the Department of Financial Regulation.

    Bernie Sanders’ early days in Vermont: His life, loves and circuitous route to politics

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    Though Sanders’ early days in Vermont have been portrayed as that of a revolutionary, his actual life in the late 1960s and early 1970s was as frayed as that of any 20-something.

    Anti-nuke activist turned hydropower developer John Warshow was admired by friends and foes

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    “John was a fighter, but without anger,” Mathew Rubin said. “In a business partnership that lasted 34 years, I never saw him lose his temper.”

    Brattleboro Reformer, Bennington Banner, Manchester Journal lay off editorial staff

    Tom D'Errico Michelle Karas

    The firings came on Friday. No formal announcement has been made by the newspaper chain which includes the Brattleboro Reformer, the Bennington Banner and the Manchester Journal.

    Feds give go ahead for GlobalFoundries acquisition of IBM Microelectronics

    A microchip at IBM. Photo by Nat Rudarakanchana

    IBM is paying GlobalFoundries $1.5 billion to take over chip manufacturing operations in Vermont, and Malta and East Fishkill, N.Y.

    Exclusive: Jay Peak projects under SEC investigation

    Jay Peak's Bill Stenger speaks at a groundbreaking ceremony for a proposed AnC Bio facility in Newport. Photo by Anne Galloway/VTDigger

    For more than a year, Bill Stenger and Ariel Quiros have failed to provide to the state a financial review of two Northeast Kingdom ski resort expansions and a biotech project. A state official is now asking that the Department of Financial Regulation freeze any remaining funds for Jay Peak Resort, AnC Bio Vermont and Q Burke.

    T.J. Donovan running for Vermont Attorney General

    Attorney General Bill Sorrell and Chittenden County State's Attorney TJ Donovan, who challenged him in the primary but conceded Wednesday morning, made a show of unity at the Democratic Party's unity rally. VTD Photo/Taylor Dobbs

    Chittenden County State’s Attorney T.J. Donovan is not waiting for incumbent fellow Democrat Bill Sorrell to decide whether to seek re-election in 2016.

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