Public housing complexes throughout New York are regularly inspected by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Below are the inspection scores given to complexes throughout the state in their most recent inspection, which occurred between 2015 and March 2019. A score of 60 or above is considered passing.
Statewide, 15% of the 354 inspections resulte…
Results from Tuesday's countywide races from polling places throughout Erie County.
Results from Tuesday's statewide races in Erie County.
Results from Tuesday's State Assembly races in Erie County.
Results from Tuesday's State Senate races in Erie County.
Results from Tuesday's races in Erie County.
See how the overall rating of 47 nursing homes in Erie and Niagara counties have changed since 2009, selecting homes in the drop down menu. The ratings are by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which uses a five-star system, with five stars for the best and one star for the worst.
Failing scores were awarded in 12 percent of the public housing complex inspections conducted in New York State in the past five years.
Just over half of the 46 failures – 24 – were in New York City, where the bulk of the state's public housing is located, and the bulk of 374 inspections were performed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The other 2…
Did your school district's budget pass? Who won election to your School Board? See results for 36 districts in Erie and Niagara counties.
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Citizens in 37 school districts in Erie and Niagara counties go to the polls Tuesday to vote on budgets for next year and to choose School Board members. Here's a look at the propositions and candidates they will consider.
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What would the Bills have to package to move up to the No. 2 pick? Here's a look.