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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    Lauzon proposes $25M project for downtown Barre

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

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    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.

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    Barre mayor blocks press from real estate presentation

    The hour and a half long closed-door meeting was held with 17 members of the public present, including a half-dozen officials from the commerce agency.

    State revenues on target for closeout of fiscal year

    But the administration’s budget chief, Andy Pallito, says a $15 million to $30 million budget-cutting exercise is still on tap for the next year.

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    We get to the bottom of issues other news organizations are reluctant to tackle: the fallout at Burlington College, alleged embezzlement of $1.4 million from Coventry taxpayers, the fraud at Jay Peak.

    Trump’s pullout of Paris Climate Agreement draws sharp rebuke from Vt. pols

    Sen. Bernie Sanders called Trump’s pullout from the accord “an abdication of American leadership and an international disgrace.”

    Vermont Life editor leaving; future of magazine uncertain

    The publication has been in financial trouble for a number of years, and the state is considering what direction to take. That could include a commercial partnership or even a sale.

    Scott taps Ellis, Kamman for ANR positions

    Gov. Phil Scott announced Friday that he has appointed two key environmental bureaucrats to leadership positions at the Agency of Natural Resources. Rebecca Ellis has been named deputy commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation. Ellis previously served as senior counsel for government affairs with the department. Neil Kamman will be the senior policy adviser […]

    St. Michael’s College president to retire

    John Neuhauser, the president of St. Michael’s College, has announced his retirement. Neuhauser, who has served the college since 2007, will retire in June 2018, according to a memo he sent to faculty and students last week. Mary-Kate McKenna, chair of the board, lauded Neuhauser for improving academic rigor at the college, “providing research opportunities […]