Northern New York Newspapers
Watertown
Ogdensburg
Massena-Potsdam
Lowville
Carthage
Malone
NNY Business
NNY Living
NNY Ads
Wed., Jul. 1
ADVERTISE SUBSCRIBE
Serving the communities of Jefferson, St. Lawrence and Lewis counties, New York
In print daily. Online always.
Related Stories

Careers & Commerce

PREV
NEXT

Employee honored

Massena Memorial Hospital recognized Marlene Emlin for her nearly 40 years of service at the hospital.

Ms. Emlin has worked in the health information services department as a coder and abstractor since 1999. Prior to that, she was a health information coordinator in surgical services and other nursing units.

She started work at Massena Memorial in 1975 and plans to retire later this year.

Two become drivers

Adam Crumpton, Antwerp, graduated from the National Tractor Trailer School, Liverpool. He began a new career as a tractor-trailer driver for TMC Transportation upon graduation. Prior to his graduation, Mr. Crumpton served in the Army.

He earned his certificate by completing 320 hours of training in NTTS’s commercial drivers course.

Andre Jones, Watertown, also graduated from NTTS and was hired as a tractor-trailer driver for TMC Transportation. Previously, Mr. Jones worked for the U.S. Postal Service.

He earned his certificate by completing 602 hours of training in NTTS’s advanced drivers course.

Hart Hearing opens

Hart Hearing Centers has opened its newest practice at 20255 Arsenal St. The Watertown office is staffed by Stephen T. Hart and Peter W. Hart.

Hart Hearing was founded by Stephen T. Hart more than 35 years ago in Rochester and has grown to five locations in the greater Rochester area. The Watertown office is the sixth location for Hart Hearing, which specializes in the diagnostic evaluation and rehabilitation of persons with hearing loss, tinnitus and pediatric audiology issues.

Careers and Commerce contains news about the local business and professional communities. Send your news to Kyle Hayes, Watertown Daily Times, 260 Washington St., Watertown, NY 13601, or to nnybusiness@wdt.net.

Commenting rules:
  1. Stick to the topic of the article/letter/editorial.
  2. When responding to issues raised by other commenters, do not engage in personal attacks or name-calling.
  3. Comments that include profanity/obscenities or are libelous in nature will be removed without warning.
Violators' commenting privileges may be revoked indefinitely. By commenting you agree to our full Terms of Use.
Giveaway
Syracuse Football Tickets Giveaway
Connect with Us
WDT News FeedsWDT on FacebookWDT on TwitterWDT on InstagramWDT for iOS: iPad, iPhone, and iPod touchWDT for Android
Showcase of Homes
Showcase of Homes