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The information in this database comes from analysis of payroll records requested in October by the Democrat and Chronicle under the state's Freedom of Information Law. We sought records from 36 municipalities in Monroe and Ontario counties in...

A spate of freezing weather followed by thaws has turned some local roads into obstacle courses early this season. Help us track the potholes across our communities by adding the locations of the street craters you encounter in your travels....

This database contains information about the real estate transactions that occurred in New York state since 1993. Records for counties outside of New York City are obtained from the New York State Office of Real Property Services and updated...

The state budget approved for the 2018-19 fiscal year includes an additional $1 billion in school aid, bringing the total to a record $26.7 billion.

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New York state employed more than 340,000 individuals in 2017, spending more than 16.8 billion in worker salaries. The database below contains information on every person who worked for the state as provided by the Comptroller's Office.

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USA TODAY Network reviewed marijuana arrest data from 2000 to 2017 as New York State lawmakers considered allowing recreational use of the drug. Search the data by arresting agency, type of charge and location. Note that the charge of unlawful...

New York has seen a surge in craft beverage manufacturing with the vast majority coming from farm-based producers, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Of the 523 craft beverage manufacturing licenses added 2012, 433 are farm-based manufacturers...

More than 2,200 displaced students from Purto Rico are attending public schools in the state, the majority of them in Upstate communities. Figures come from the New York State Education Department's Office of Bilingual Education

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New York has a program called Grown & Certified that requires approval from the state for meeting certain standards for production of foods and products. Here a list of the ones in the program as of mid-February 2018.

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Graduation rates for public school students in New York state continued to inch up in 2017, increasing to 80.2 percent. The database below, which uses data provided by the State Education Department, focuses on students who entered ninth grade...

New York spent more than $11 million over the past decade settling claims by workers — almost all of them women — who say they were sexually harassed, assaulted or otherwise discriminated against by state employees, according to documents...

Attendance at New York's state’s parks inched up 1.4 percent to 71.6 million visitors in 2017, an increase of 958,623 compared to 2016. The data below shows attendance at each state park for 2017 and 2016.

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