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.

Email: [email protected]

Twitter: @GallowayVTD

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    Vermont National Guard plans $25M air base expansion

    The Vermont National Guard is preparing to bid out a $25 million construction project. The Guard plans this fall to begin replacing the apron and upgrade the taxiway at the Air National Guard Base at the Burlington International Airport, according to a press release. The project is slated for completion in 2017. Major General Steven […]

    Sanders email generates $60,000 for Pearson’s Senate race

    By Friday, 12,000 people had sent small donations (most gifts were in the $5 range) to the representative from Burlington, according to a press release.

    Man shoots himself in Plainfield resident’s yard

    An East Montpelier man shot himself in the yard of Plainfield residence on Sunday, according to the Vermont State Police. The police responded to a call Sunday morning about suicidal statements made by the man, but his location was unknown at the time. At 12:45 p.m. a Plainfield resident called state police about an unknown […]

    Transgender man dies after Burlington assault

    Amos Beede, 38, died on Monday, a week after he was assaulted at a homeless camp in Burlington, according to the Burlington Police Department. Beede, a transgender male, was hospitalized after the attack on May 23. Police are not ruling out Beede’s transgender status as a motive. Until an investigation is complete, police are “viewing […]

    Protester charged with littering, trespassing

    Henry Harris, a protester with the People’s Department of Environmental Justice, has been charged with trespassing and has been fined $500 for littering. Harris was one of 11 protesters who demonstrated on May 29 at the Randolph home of Chris Recchia, the commissioner of the Department of Public Service. Members of the People’s Department of […]

    Check glitch affects 1,000 Vermonters on unemployment

    The Vermont Department of Labor says 1,000 checks sent to unemployed Vermonters did not include bank routing numbers. The checks were issued on May 25. In a press release, the department says the checks will be honored by People’s United Bank. Attempts to cash the checks at other banks — “even if it was accepted” […]

    State: SEC Receiver must maintain water system at Jay Peak

    Michael Goldberg told a group of second homeowners that Jay Peak could no longer afford to offer free water and gave residents less than two weeks to find an alternative. UPDATED

    People’s Department of Environmental Justice takes responsibility for Recchia protest

    Protesters who showed up on the Public Service Department commissioner’s doorstep early Wednesday morning were with a new protest group — The People’s Department of Environmental Justice. The demonstrators sent out a press release Thursday, claiming responsibility for the action at the Randolph home of Chris Recchia. Eleven members of the People’s Department of Environmental […]

    SEC receiver sues financial firm Quiros used for investor funds

    The lawsuit is the latest in a string of legal actions against Raymond James Financial Inc. Last week, a Vermont firm also sued People’s United Bank for “mishandling” EB-5 investor money.

    Activists stage protest in public service commissioner’s driveway

    Chris Recchia said it’s fine if protesters want to demonstrate in front of his office. But he added: “Leave my family and my animals alone.”

    Burke Mountain Hotel to open Sept. 1

    SEC receiver will ask the court to allow Burke, Jay Peak subcontractors to perfect liens.

    Immigrant investors, officials scramble to head off deportation

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has not responded to queries from the state and Sen. Patrick Leahy’s office about the immigration status of investors in the Jay Peak and AnC Bio projects that are part of an alleged fraud by the developers.

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    Smith announces bid for lieutenant governor

    Smith, a Democrat, faces two strong challengers — Sen. David Zuckerman, P/D-Chittenden, and Rep. Kesha Ram, D-Burlington.