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The Democrat and Chronicle worked in conjunction with the Rochester Area Community Foundation to commission a poll of Monroe County residents on racial opinions. Siena College Research Institute conducted the survey Dec. 13-23, polling 823...

New York state employed more than 290,000 individuals in 2015, spending more than $15.5 billion in worker salaries. The database below contains information on every person who worked for the state as provided by the Comptroller's Office.

New Yorkers have caught Powerball fever, snatching up tickets at an accelerating rate as the jackpot has grown. The table below shows how much was spent in each county leading up to each of the recent drawings.

Graduation rates for public school students in New York state continued to inch up in 2015, marking a slight increase for the third consecutive year. Data released by the State Education Department examines students who entered ninth grade in...

The table below shows the high and low temperatures for each date, as well as the highest daily totals for precipitation and snowfall for Rochester since 1870. An asterisk indicates that the record was tied, with the most recent year noted. The...

New York schools are required to submit annual reports about incidents of harassment, menacing, bullying and intimidation in schools. There are two distinct but similar reporting mechanisms that may capture different incidents: the Dignity for...

Baed on a survey of 280 Democrat and Chronicle readers:

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This database contains information on inspections conducted at food service establishments in New York state over the past six months. Inspections are conducted by county and city health departments and reported to the state Department of...

This archive contains some of the reporting published on accusations of sexual abuse by Catholic priests in the Rochester diocese....

Are you getting a tax rebate check? Homeowners who are enrolled in New York state's School Tax Relief Program (STAR) will get a property tax rebate check if their school district stayed under the property tax cap. The size of the check will...

Information on each of the 19,000 regulated child care programs in New York State which serve over 550,000 children.

Data provided by NYS Office of Children and Family Services.

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Hospitals could face more than $150 million in costs associated with the shutdown of New York's largest private health insurer in its exchange. Health Republic, a cooperative health plan, insured about 20 percent of the state's private...

Pork lives in Albany, but it’s on its last legs -- at least in its traditional form. Democrats in the state Assembly are awaiting final approval to allocate about $16.6 million in old, unspent member-item grants dating back to 2003, which are...

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