2018-03-30

Sharon A. (Martin) Hirschman, enjoyed watching soap operas

Oct. 10, 1942 — March 26, 2018

<p class=”p1″>Sharon A. (Martin) Hirschman, of Wyoming, died Monday, March 26, 2018 at Premier Genesee Nursing Home following a lengthy illness. She was 75.<span class=”Apple-converted-space”> </span></p><p class=”p1″>She was born Oct. 10, 1942 in Nunda, daughter of the late William and Anna Williams Martin.<span class=”Apple-converted-space”> </span></p><p class=”p1″>Sharon retired from Chloride Electro Networks, where she worked for many years. She enjoyed taking care of […]

How to handle rising interest rates in 2018



(BPT) – The nation’s central bank — the Federal Reserve — just raised interest rates by a quarter point. The Fed is expected to raise rates at least two more times this year by the same amount. That’s going to affect a lot of your finances, including your credit card bill, car payment and home equity line of credit. But […]

Millennials Want to Say ‘I Do’ to High-Tech Wedding Registries



(StatePoint) Once upon a time, wedding registries were created so newlyweds would have all the basic essentials to establish their first home. But as technology has evolved, so too has the registry. Gone are the days where registries only include dishware and candlesticks. Couples can now incorporate modern must-haves, like connected lightbulbs, voice assistants and smart showers. Leading faucet manufacturer, […]

Public libraries partner to help small businesses get online



<p dir=”ltr”>Letchworth Gateway Villages and the State University of New York at Geneseo’s Adopt-a-Business internship program are teaming up with the public libraries in Perry, Mount Morris and Geneseo to help small businesses improve their web presence with Google’s Get Your Business Online program.</p><p dir=”ltr”>Get Your Business Online is a program that empowers communities to support their local businesses and […]

Dairy farmers battling drop in pricing



<p class=”p1″><span class=”s1″>Dairy farmers are all prices takers. They do not get to choose what they get paid for their commodity, they get paid on the value of the components of the milk for which it is sold.</span></p><p class=”p5″><span class=”s1″>Farmers get paid what is deemed “fair value” for their milk. To do this, the cost of transforming milk into a […]

Business travel on the rise for women: Road warrior gives 5 tips for traveling like a boss



Three injured in Java accident



<p dir=”ltr”>JAVA — The driver of a vehicle sustained serious injuries in a two-car accident the evening of Thursday, March 29 on Route 98 at the intersection with Chaffee Road. <p dir=”ltr”><span>The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene of the accident around 7:04 p.m. There, deputies say a vehicle traveling west on Chaffee Road failed to stop at […]

Amy E. Appleby, avid runner

Dec. 14,1972 — March 27, 2018

<p dir=”ltr”>Amy E. Appleby, of Leicester, died Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at her parents’ home in Perry. She was 45.</p><p dir=”ltr”>She was born Dec. 14,1972 in Rochester, a daughter to Gary W. and Susan E. (Reber) Appleby.</p><p dir=”ltr”>Amy worked at Morton Salt Co. in Silver Springs, where she was a filter operator. She was also a union representative for United […]

Business travel on the rise for women: Road warrior gives 5 tips for traveling like a boss



(BPT) – When it comes to business travel, more women are taking to the road and sky to get to their destinations. In fact, women account for 47 percent of all business travel worldwide, reports the Global Business Travel Association. With female business travel on the rise, many brands are taking note of this growing consumer group. This year, Hertz […]

Millennials Want to Say ‘I Do’ to High-Tech Wedding Registries



Smart showers and voice assistants are becoming popular wedding registry items.