The Company’s capital stock, business and operations will not be affected by this name change. The Company’s stockholders will not be required to exchange their Vermont Pure Holdings, Ltd. stock certificates for Crystal Rock Holdings, Inc. stock certificates. The Vermont Pure stock certificates will continue to represent shares of stock of the Company.Crystal Rock Holdings, Inc. (NYSE Amex: CRVP), the largest independent home and office distributor of its kind in the United States, markets water, coffee and other home and office refreshment products throughout the Northeast through its subsidiary Crystal Rock LLC. The Company bottles and distributes natural spring water under the Vermont Pure(R) brand and purified water with minerals added under the Crystal Rock(R) label. The majority of its sales are derived from a route distribution system that delivers water in 3- to 5-gallon reusable and recyclable bottles. The Company continues to set high standards in the bottled water industry through its technical innovation, commitment to the environment and by integrating its family roots into relationships with employees and customers. More information is available at http://www.crystalrock.com(link is external).SOURCE: Vermont Pure Holdings, Ltd. WATERTOWN, CT, May 03, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) —
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Wyandanch man has reportedly been accused of sexually abusing a teenager authorities say he robbed in Northport in 2011.Ariel Perez, 23, was arrested last month and pleaded not guilty at Suffolk County court last week to charges of sexual abuse, criminal sexual act, unlawful imprisonment and robbery, records show.NBC 4 New York cited an anonymous source in reporting that a tip led MTA police to the suspect who allgedly locked a 16-year-old boy in the bathroom at the Long Island Rail Road station, sexually abused him and robbed him of $110 in August 2011.Judge Barbara Kahn set bail for Perez at $90,000 cash or $30,000 bond. He is due back in court Feb. 25.