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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Twitter: @GallowayVTD


    Stenger says refund for disqualified investor is on the way

    An investor whose application was turned down by federal EB-5 regulators, says he’s waited almost five months to get his $500,000 back. Jay Peak president Bill Stenger blames state officials.

    Knight Foundation awards $35,000 grant to VTDigger

    VTDigger will develop a tool that integrates campaign finance data with stories about political candidates.

    Q Burke contractor threatens to walk off job, blames state

    The company in charge of construction of an EB-5 funded hotel and conference center says state regulators are holding up payments for completed work.

    Don’t miss the Digger Dialogue on Economic Development with the gubernatorial candidates Nov. 3

    Sign up for the free forum 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the ECHO Center in Burlington, and send us your questions for the candidates. Can’t attend? Watch the Livestream.

    Graff leaves Politico Magazine, will return to Vermont

    Garrett Graff, editor of Politico Magazine, is stepping down after 10 months on the job and plans to return to Vermont. Graff won’t divulge his plans except to say that he’ll be back in his home state in a couple of weeks. Politico editor Susan Glasser told the Washington Post that “Garrett has been both […]

    Dissident Tram Haus investors file formal complaint with state

    Fifteen EB-5 investors who claim the owners of Jay Peak Resort improperly changed the terms their arrangement lodge individual complaints with the Department of Financial Regulation.

    Vermont Gas Systems files eminent domain petitions, reaches agreement with 94 percent of landowners on pipeline right of way

    Vermont Gas Systems has settled with 94 percent of landowners along the 43-mile pipeline corridor from Colchester to Middlebury. More than 150 landowners in the right-of-way corridor have reached agreements with Vermont Gas. In a statement, Don Rendall, president and CEO of Vermont Gas said the company’s goal has been “to work positively with landowners, […]

    Congressional delegation secures $17M in LIHEAP funds

    Vermont’s congressional delegation announced on Friday that the state will receive $17 million in funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program this year. The funding provides fuel subsidies for more than 25,000 Vermonters. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., issued a joint press release about the […]

    Shumlin appoints Theresa Wood to Waterbury House seat

    Gov. Peter Shumlin appointed Theresa Wood, a former deputy commissioner of the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living, to represent the Washington-Chittenden district. Wood, 57, will take the place of Rebecca Ellis who left the House to work for the Shumlin administration as senior counsel for government affairs at the Agency of Natural Resources. […]

    AARP accuses Vermont Gas of end run in MOU with state

    Lawyers for Vermont Gas and state officials say the board is taking too long to reapprove the license for the project. The MOU was designed “to support rapid conclusion” of the process.

    UPDATED: VSEA, Shumlin administration at odds over impasse

    Gov. Peter Shumlin says the union “refused to budge” from its original proposal of a 13.4 percent salary increase over two years. Steve Howard, of VSEA, says the union offered a compromise position of a 2 percent cost of living increase each year for two years, plus step increases of 1.4 percent.

    $60M-$70M Medicaid budget gap projected

    Higher utilization rates, changes in federal match rates and the Medicare program, a 53rd week of payments and costly new cystic fibrosis drugs are all contributing factors.

    Ram to run for lieutenant governor

    Rep. Kesha Ram’s announcement sets up a Democratic primary for lieutenant governor against Brendan Riker of Marlboro. The two Dems are both young, Ram is 29 and Riker is 28, both are from California — and both appear to be equally ambitious.

    Shumlin administration, Vermont Gas agree to cap on ratepayer subsidy for gas pipeline

    AARP Vermont says the MOU will hurt Chittenden and Franklin county ratepayers who will pay $134 million for a project they won’t benefit from.

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