Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway is the founder and editor of VTDigger.org 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.

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    Security breach at Vermont Department of Labor

    A third party contractor, America’s Joblink Alliance, the company that runs the nationwide web-based database Joblink, was compromised by malicious software.

    A thank you to readers

    Because of the generosity of readers and underwriters, VTDigger now has the largest newsroom focused on daily news reporting in Vermont.

    UPDATED: Scott releases plan for ‘expedited’ records disclosure in alleged Jay Peak fraud

    Documents will be made public as the discovery phase of the state’s court case moves forward.

    House budget panel narrows spending gap to $18 million

    While the budget panel scrapped Scott’s education proposal, lawmakers have accepted many of the line item changes from the governor’s office.

    Scott administration rejects $31 million tax plan for Lake Champlain cleanup

    The big ticket items are a 1 percent increase in the rooms and meals tax, which would generate $18.9 million annually; a $10 annual motorcycle fee, which raises $6 million a year, and a 0.2 percent surcharge on the property transfer tax, which brings in $4.7 million annually.

    Inside the Golden Bubble: Battle lines drawn over budget

    Scott’s education proposal is a problem for Democrats who for years have resisted significant changes in education funding for fear of running afoul of local control and the powerful teachers union.

    Federman takes fellowship with The Nation Institute

    Adam Federman is leaving VTDigger to accept a fellowship with the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute. He will be covering issues related to energy and the environment for the New York City based news organization. Federman has covered Rutland County for VTDigger since July as part of the news organization’s Southern Vermont Bureau, which […]

    VTDigger launches podcast section

    Find Mark Johnson’s interviews with newsmakers and Morgan True’s “Dig This” videos all in one place.

    VTDigger updates commenting registration system

    Commenters can now register exclusively through VTDigger while still using the Disqus system.

    UPDATED: Scott touts ‘comforting message’ immigration bill would send

    The Vermont ACLU says the legislation doesn’t go far enough to protect undocumented immigrants from raids.

    Zuckerman: Legislature must act quickly to block implementation of Trump deportation rules

    The lieutenant governor says legislation now in the Senate must pass quickly in order to prevent the federal government from deputizing local police for sweeps of undocumented workers.

    UPDATED: Vail buys Stowe Mountain Resort

    Vail is buying Mount Mansfield Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of American International Group Inc., a giant insurance company, for $50 million, company officials said. AIG Global Real Estate will continue to own the Stowe Mountain Lodge, Stowe Mountain Club, the golf course and condos on the mountain.

    Montford Point marine honored in Montpelier

    Boone was a member of one of the first groups of black Marines to receive training at Camp LeJeune.

    Sanders says Trump is a ‘pathological liar’

    Via Twitter, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pounced on President Donald Trump’s ongoing assault on the media. In a campaign style rally Saturday in Florida, Trump said “fake news” outlets are the “enemy of the people” and said he would not allow the media “get away with lying.” The president tweeted the message and pointed to […]