Saba Ali, Poughkeepsie Journal

Saba Ali

Poughkeepsie Journal

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Recent articles by Saba:

Poughkeepsie actively seeking concepts for DeLaval site on southern waterfront

The City of Poughkeepsie is seeking developers and a plan for the former DeLeval site. → Read More

Poughkeepsie Housing Authority to negotiate with redeveloper for Hudson Gardens Apartments

The Poughkeepsie Housing Authority is deciding next steps in the process that could lead to rebuilding "The Bricks." → Read More

Vassar College to get polling site after court ruling under new state law

A Dutchess County Supreme Court judge ruled the county's Board of Elections must comply a new state law passed in April. → Read More

Biden visits New York as IBM announces $20B program; what to know about Poughkeepsie trip

President Joe Biden's itinerary for Thursday included a visit to IBM's Poughkeepsie campus. → Read More

MidHudson Regional, Dutchess County to fill 'critical gaps' within mental health services

Dutchess County is investing $3 million to partner with MidHudson Regional Hospital to address mental health. → Read More

Poughkeepsie's Champions: Memorial to celebrate city's civic leaders, see what's planned

The groundbreaking will come on the same day Poughkeepsie celebrates Juneteenth with a Mansion Square celebration. → Read More

Dutchess Legislature delays vote on homeless shelter in Poughkeepsie; See next steps

Dutchess County plans to vote on the purchase of the Oakley St. location in June after seeking community input. → Read More

IBM debuts z16 mainframe built in Poughkeepsie: 'Center of the universe will remain here'

IBM's Poughkeepsie site is where the z16 mainframe is tested and manufactured, continuing a six-decade history of mainframes at the site. → Read More

New life for the north side: Hudson River Housing building affordable Poughkeepsie homes

Three homes being built through Hudson River Housing will be kept affordable. Applications are open through Nov. 15. → Read More

After years of wildly fluctuating taxes, Stanford making long-term fixes

After a 59.8% tax cut and a 175% tax hike, Stanford hopes it can put residents on stable footing moving forward. → Read More

Video footage limited in police crash that killed 11-year-old NY girl Monica Goods

The Attorney General's Office confirmed there is no police footage of the December chase in Ulster, though there is some footage of the aftermath. → Read More

How will Dutchess' roads be improved over 25 years? Plan proposes 'transformative' changes

How should the county changes its transportation system and improve its paths? A new 25-year plan sheds light. → Read More

Arnoff Moving & Storage data breach revealed customer information: What we know

The company learned of a breach this week, Vice President Daniel Arnoff said, and an investigation into the scope is ongoing. → Read More

Will Marc Molinaro run again for governor? What Dutchess' executive says about his future

Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro has positioned himself against Gov. Andrew Cuomo politically and has been a vocal critic in recent months. → Read More

Beulah Baptist's Rev. Bottoms honored with street dedication in Poughkeepsie

A section of Catharine Street will now be called Rev. Dr. Jesse V. Bottoms Jr. Way. → Read More

Beulah Baptist Church to give out fresh food items Sunday

The Poughkeepsie church is holding a drive- and walk-thru giveaway event on Easter. → Read More

Dutchess Stadium property to be sold to county, with Beacon voters' approval

Beacon school district voters will weigh in on the sale when they vote on the district budget on May 18 → Read More

How doctors plan to get vaccine to homebound seniors in Dutchess

Dutchess County is partnering with healthcare providers to get vaccines to seniors who can't leave their homes. → Read More

Wheaton Park developers sue Poughkeepsie over property's historical designation

Developers claim the property does not have historical designation because it was not filed correctly. → Read More

Fishkill passes changes to its police disciplinary process

The changes to Fishkill's local law provide a window into how police are disciplined. → Read More