Cate Chant

Cate Chant

Cate Chant is a part-time copyeditor for VTDigger. Her professional life has included various aspects of publishing, including graphic arts, writing and editing. She has lived off and on in Vermont; her latest return was in 2002 after 11 years in western Massachusetts. She had her start in journalism as a reporter at the Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, Mass., and was a copy editor there for many years. She was a western Massachusetts stringer for The Boston Globe for 4½ years. Most recently, she was a copy editor for the Barre-Montpelier Times Argus, where she worked many a Friday and Saturday night with Anne Galloway. She has a B.A. in journalism from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She lives in East Calais with her husband, Steve Belitsos, and their twins, Luke and Libby.

Email: [email protected]

    Best way to help Hurricane Sandy victims is donating through a reputable relief organization

    Vermonters are in a position to repay some of the help that poured into the state last year after Tropical Storm Irene. Eight Red Cross volunteers headed to New Jersey Wednesday to help out, and Gov. Peter Shumlin is offering two Vermont Guard helicopters to relief efforts. At this point, though, it is more helpful […]

    Vermont Foodbank’s Hunger Conference Impact Through Innovation comes on brink of urgent need for support as demand grows

    For immediate release May 4, 2011 Media Contact: Judy Stermer, Vermont Foodbank 802-505-0699 [email protected] Vermont Foodbank’s Hunger Conference Impact Through Innovation Comes on Brink of Urgent Need for Support as Demand Grows Advocates, experts, community leaders gather at conference to tackle growing problem of hunger in Vermont, with help from innovation and diversity expert, Dr. […]

    Thanks for reporting an error with the story, "Best way to help Hurricane Sandy victims is donating through a reputa..."