Decorating Den Interiors of Clarence celebrates 30 years

For 30 years now, Decorating Den Interiors of Clarence has been helping clients find the right blend of their personal, custom aesthetic desires and their functional needs. “It primarily was window treatments in the beginning, and now we’ve grown into the furniture and accessories and the rest of the items,” said owner Patty Hughes, who opened the Clarence franchise. Over […]

Clarence resident retires as Spectrum Health president, CEO

Bruce Nisbet, of Clarence, has announced his retirement as president and CEO of Spectrum Health and Human Services, effective Aug. 19. “I have had a wonderful 54-year career in the human and behavioral health services field, and these last 18 years of being a colleague in this amazing agency have been by far the very best of my entire work […]

Land Conservancy executive director to transition to new role

Nancy Smith, the Western New York Land Conservancy’s longtime executive director, will transition from her position at the end of 2022. The Land Conservancy will have her guidance on-boarding the new executive director, and she has offered to continue in a role supporting the Land Conservancy into the future. The Land Conservancy is launching a nationwide search to find her […]

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Clarence Community and Schools Federal Credit Union has changed its name to Northtowns Federal Credit Union, according to the business’ Facebook page.


KEEPING UP THE FAMILY BUSINESS – Now owner of Dadswell’s Service at Main Street and Harris Hill, Donald Dadswell was only about three years old when this photo was taken at the first service station ever opened by his father, Kendrick Dadswell, at the southeast corner of Main Street and Transit Road. Both Dadswell men lean against one of their […]

Hurwitz Fine celebrates 45 years with new name, logo

Hurwitz Fine kicked off its 45th year by not only changing its name, but also creating a new logo and tagline designed to incorporate the firm’s past while looking toward the future. The law firm, formerly known as Hurwitz & Fine, dropped the ampersand from its name, and created a new logo with an interlocking H and F, representing the […]

Buffalo Niagara Sales and Marketing Executives installs officers, directors

Buffalo Niagara Sales and Marketing Executives has installed its officers and directors for 2022-23. Lindsey Zajac, principal at Ahern, Murphy & Associates, has been elected BNSME’s president. She succeeds Matt Carlucci, director of sales for Buffalo Lodging Associates, LLC, who remains on the board of directors as immediate past president. Michaela LaJoie, business travel sales manager of The Westin Buffalo, […]

Clarence resident becomes Univera’s regional V.P. of sales

Univera Healthcare has hired Paul Valley, of Clarence, as regional vice president of sales. Valley is a Western New York native and a health insurance veteran with nearly 25 years of experience in the industry, having held executive positions locally with insurers and health insurance brokers, and most recently with a leading health insurer in Minnesota. He and wife, Jeanne, […]

Clarence native named V.P. of service at Copier Fax Business Technologies

After more than 30 years working for Copier Fax Business Technologies, Clarence native Jim Bodie has been named vice president of service. His new responsibilities will align with his prior work leading the company’s service department and expand his leadership to overall company operations. Bodie joined the company in 1992, shortly after its founding in 1990, and has overseen his […]

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Jurek Builders is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The Clarence-based company has built more than 500 custom homes since opening in 1972 and has on two occasions been named the Buffalo Niagara Builders’ Association Builder of the Year, in 2013 and 2017. Jurek Builders is also working on launching a new website, which should go live sometime over the summer at […]

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