Anne Galloway

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


    Jay Peak Resort delinquent on property taxes

    Michael Goldberg, the court-appointed receiver for the resort, said he expects to pay the tax bill soon.

    VTDigger sues state over EB-5 records

    The news organization says the state is using the public records law to shield the EB-5 program from public scrutiny.

    National Sierra Club president, McKibben endorse Minter

    The national Sierra Club president and climate change activist Bill McKibben endorsed Democrat Sue Minter for governor in a press conference on Sunday. Aaron Mair, the Sierra Club president, said in a press statement that if Minter is elected, Vermont will continue to lead the nation on climate change issues and environmental policies. “Sue will […]

    Watch video of U.S. Senate forum featuring Leahy, Milne

    Patrick Leahy, Scott Milne face off with minor party candidates.

    14-year-old boy struck and killed while riding bike in Highgate

    A 14-year-old boy was struck and killed by a car Friday afternoon while riding his bicycle on Route 7 in Highgate, police say. The Vermont State Police reported in a press release that the boy, Christian Regan, of Swanton, was killed when he collided with a car driven by Gage Bouchard, 22, of Highgate. Regan […]

    Chicago-based Reinhart Foodservice to buy Black River Produce

    Reinhart Foodservice, LLC, announced Friday that the firm, based in Chicago, will purchase the assets of the Black River Produce distribution business through an agreement with Earth Brothers, Ltd. Black River Produce, a wholesale distributor based in North Springfield, serves 2,000 clients in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, Rhode Island and New York. The […]

    National Life donates $10,000 to Five Families Fund

    National Life Group and Montpelier Alive organized a walk in Montpelier Friday in memory of the five teenagers who were killed in a collision with a wrong-way driver on Oct. 8. Four of the five children, all from the Waterbury area, were students at Harwood Union School in Duxbury. Employees of the insurance company and […]

    General Fund revenues down slightly for September, transportation receipts up

    The Shumlin administration says General Fund revenues for September are down slightly and transportation receipts are up. Trey Martin, the secretary of administration, reported that revenues for sales and use and rooms and meals underperformed by roughly 1 percent. Meanwhile, corporate taxes were down by $4 million or 18.86 percent for the month. Personal income […]

    Bourgoin is under arrest, remains at UVM Medical Center

    Vermont State Police have placed Steven Bourgoin, 36, under arrest, and he is now in the custody of the Vermont Department of Corrections. Bourgoin is a patient at UVM Medical Center after sustaining injuries in a series of accidents he caused when he drove the wrong way on I-89. Police say an arraignment will be […]

    AARP Vermont’s gubernatorial debate cancelled

    AARP Vermont has cancelled the governor’s debate scheduled for Monday evening because of the tragic deaths of five teens from the Waterbury area this past weekend. Sue Minter, the Democratic candidate for governor, and Phil Scott, the Republican contender, are both attending a vigil tonight at Harwood High School to honor the memories of the […]

    UPDATED: Wrong-way driver kills five high school students on I-89

    As an officer was putting out the crash fire, Steven Bourgoin allegedly stole his police cruiser.

    ICYMI: An EB-5 immigrant-funded biotech center in Newport. Bloomberg asks: What could go wrong?

    Bloomberg Businessweek reports that the Jay Peak developers failed to tell investors that the projects were under investigation by federal regulators.

    U.S. Senate moves to extend EB-5 program as is

    Sen. Patrick Leahy to vote against extension and continuing budget resolution.

    UVM medical school to receive $66 million bequest

    The school will now be known as The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont.