Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway is the founder and editor of and the executive director of the Vermont Journalism Trust. She has been a journalist for 20 years. Galloway was the editor of the Sunday Rutland Herald and Times Argus from 2006 through 2009. For many years, she was a contributing writer for Seven Days, and her reporting has appeared in The New York Times (Vows column), the New York Daily News, Vermont Life and City Pages (Minneapolis). In March 2017, she was a finalist for the Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism for her investigation into allegations of fraud at Jay Peak Resort. Galloway was also a finalist for the Investigative Reporters & Editors FOI Award in April 2017.

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Twitter: @GallowayVTD


    Free parking at Carr Lot ends for state workers

    VSEA says the change in parking is a collective bargaining matter.

    Judge orders release of funds to Coventry

    Cynthia Diaz, the former town clerk, had deposited the money in a personal account.

    West Nile virus found in three Vermont towns

    The Vermont Department of Health says mosquito pools have tested positive for the West Nile virus in three Vermont municipalities. Mosquitoes collected in Hardwick, Weathersfield and Brattleboro were found to be infected with the virus. West Nile is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. The virus has been found in every county of […]

    Lawmakers consider cuts to address $28.8 million revenue downgrade

    The committee will meet Aug. 17 with the Department of Finance and Management to discuss long-term cuts, called rescissions, to the already-approved budget. The committee will then hold a public hearing on the issue on Aug. 18.

    Donovan leads the pack on fundraising

    Newly installed Vermont attorney general has largest war chest among the five statewide candidates.

    Pattern of money woes in Coventry hit school district, too

    Teachers were not paid on time and the IRS froze the Coventry Village school’s assets. Cynthia Diaz, who is accused of stealing $1M from the town of Coventry, was the school’s bookkeeper at the time.

    Burlington Town Center settles with opponents

    The developer has agreed to provide more parking spaces and will set up a $500,000 fund to promote the character of the city.

    Flash flood compromises section of Amtrak rail route

    VTrans has closed or restricted travel on four state highways.

    Condos ‘bound by law’ to hand over voter files to Trump administration

    The Trump commission has asked for the personal information of voters as part of a probe into allegations of election fraud.

    Donovan keeps review of Vermont Attorney General’s office under wraps

    There will be no written report, no recommendations and no written findings. “The final arbiter of whether or not I’m doing a good job is the next election,” Donovan said.

    Lauzon proposes $25M project for downtown Barre

    The development includes housing, retail space, a grocery story and a hotel and conference center.

    We made it! Thank you for helping us raise $200,512.

    We are so grateful to everyone who pitched in!

    UPDATED: Jay Peak investor sues state

    The lawsuit alleges that state officials and the developers at Jay Peak were partners in the largest fraud in the history of the national EB-5 program.

    Keep us digging. We only have $4,473 left to go.

    Every dollar in the final phase of the drive, up to $12,500, will be matched by a group of generous donors.