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

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    Press allowed at Public Service Board hearing on Vermont Gas

    The Vermont Public Service Board has banned the public from attending an Aug. 4 technical hearing on condemnation of property for a natural gas pipeline in Addison County. Last Friday, the board agreed to allow press attendance and livestreaming of the proceedings. Vermont Gas is seeking to build a section of pipeline through Geprags Park […]

    Documents suggest state ignored warnings about Jay Peak in 2012

    A consultant four years ago tried to alert state officials to questionable financial practices.

    Vermont EB-5 Regional Center director resigns

    Gene Fullam served during a tumultuous time at the regional center.

    Professional firefighters endorse candidates in Chittenden County Senate race

    The Professional Fire Fighters of Vermont announced on Wednesday endorsed Senate incumbents Tim Ashe, Michael Sirotkin, Phillip Baruth and Ginny Lyons, and newcomer Rep. Chris Pearson in the Chittenden County Democratic primary. The association says the five candidates have backed legislation that has boosted household incomes and public safety. The Professional Fire Fighters of Vermont […]

    Vermont one of first eight states to nominate Trump

    Thirteen members of the 16-member Vermont delegation supported Trump.

    Deposition details Stenger’s role in alleged fraud

    Documents show the Jay Peak CEO was directly involved in actions that put investor funds at risk.

    SEC proposes court dates for Quiros trial

    A settlement with the Miami businessman is not likely at this point, attorneys for the Securities and Exchange Commission say.

    Quiros asks Vermont judge to dismiss EB-5 fraud case

    The Jay Peak Resort owner argues that allegations made by state regulators are “the stuff of everyday private commercial disputes.”

    Smith appointed president and CEO of the Vermont Community Foundation

    For the past two years, Smith has served as the president of Vermont Technical College. He will be stepping down in August.

    Poll: Scott holds large lead for GOP primary; Minter ahead in Dems’ race

    A poll released on Thursday gives Lt. Gov. Phil Scott a 45-point lead over his rival, Bruce Lisman in the Republican primary race for governor. Sixty-eight percent of respondents supported Phil Scott over Bruce Lisman who was preferred by 23 percent. Nine percent were undecided. In the Democratic primary race for governor, the poll found […]

    Senate passes GMO bill

    The Senate passed a GMO bill late Thursday night that will require food manufacturers to provide information about genetically engineered ingredients. The measure passed 63-30. The bill, S.764, allows companies to choose a text label, a symbol or a QR or bar code for GMO products. Manufacturers have lobbied for the QR code option, which […]

    Wyeth to pay $6M to state Medicaid program

    Vermont Attorney General says the pharmaceutical company “knowingly underpaid drug rebates to the Vermont Medicaid program.”

    Poll: Clinton has 15 point edge over Trump in Vermont

    Energy Independent Vermont, a carbon tax advocacy group, commissioned the poll of 600 registered Vermont voters.

    Senate action guts Vermont GMO labeling law

    In a procedural vote Wednesday, the Senate overwhelmingly supported a plan that would immediately preempt a state mandate requiring food manufacturers to label genetically engineered food.