Bebe Rexha's 2018 Jingle Ball Costume Will Leave You Speechless
Bebe Rexha came to slay, okay?!
Financial Advice for Single Ladies
Originally posted on SheKnows.com by Samantha Paxson, Chief Experience & Marketing Officer (CXMO), CO-OP Financial Services While more than 57 million single women now live in the U.S., it’s safe to say that the majority of these ladies aren’t what our parents used to call “spinsters.” As Redbook Magazine noted recently, women can be both single and happy.... Read More »
Mayo Clinic Minute: What African-Americans should know about stroke
A new Mayo Clinic survey reveals that more than two-thirds [...]
Listen to BbyMutha’s latest single, “Heaven’s Little Bastard”
We’re more than ready for sunday service for BbyMutha's latest, "Heaven’s Little Bastard”
Singles spend the most on dating each month, but the least per date, study finds
If you want to find love or keep it going, you better be ready to open up your wallet. Single people spend an average of $146 per month on dating.
Upstate NY Weather: A warm October likely to follow a very warm September
October is likely to be another warmer-than-normal month in Upstate New York. The month is starting off with several days of sun and well above average temperatures. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the highs could reach into the low 80s -- about 15 degrees warmer than normal. It would be the second month in a row of above-average temperatures. Although September started out very cool, the unprecedented string of 80-degree and 90-degree days bumped the month to well above average. Buffalo, Albany and Rochester all finished more than 3 degrees above normal for September. Syracuse's average temperature was 2.4 degrees warmer than normal. Syracuse.com: Read More
How to Recycle Old Electronics
Want to donate or recycle old electronics? Consumer Reports has the details on the right way to get rid of phones, laptops, and other gadgets.
How To Avoid One Of The Biggest Regrets Retirees Have
It is said that no one on their death bed ever wished they had worked just a little longer. The same may not be said for U.S. retirees, however.
Credit Union 101: What's the Difference, and Why You Should Make the Switch!
We Americans are a tough lot. We've spent the past several years doggedly tugging at our bootstraps, determined to rally back from the Great Recession t...
10 things car dealers won’t tell you
Car sales are on the rise, but dealing with auto dealers still gives many consumers that sinking feeling.