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Domestic Assault: Edwin Cruz, 27, was arrested Sunday afternoon after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend during an argument over a cellphone. Sunday, officers were dispatched to a home in the 300 block of Hewitt Street to investigate a domestic violence incident. When police arrived, they found a 28 year old woman who said she had a dispute with her boyfriend over a cellphone.
It all began in 2011 when William Reilly, an Irish American television producer, attended the St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City. As he looked out onto the crowd, a young twenty something man’s outfit caught his eye. Under Crawford’s leadership, Caremark grew from a practically bankrupt entity into a $9 billion Fortune 100 company in only five years. In 2004, he orchestrated the acquisition of AdvancePCS, which made Caremark the second largest PBM in the world, generating over $23 billion in annual revenue. By 2007, Caremark had grown to be a $37 billion PBM, managing more than 600 million prescriptions when Crawford led the company through the strategic merger with drug chain CVS.
He said: city centre is thriving and the addition of more retail at Monks Cross will not mean the end of the city centre but additional jobs and additional wages being spent in the city. But Nick Eggleton, of the Campaign For York, said: you approve these plans, the council will be blamed for every problem for every shop that shuts and every job lost. Andrew Mills, of John Lewis, said Monks Cross was the company only opportunity to open in York.
Saturday afternoon, at the Lewis Family farm, the two brothers held a double retirement celebration with family, friends and work colleagues all invited to sit down to some fabulous home cooked treats. The rest of this article categories, edit link ,comments >Sections: Arts and Leisure, Events, News 0 commentsHundreds of Clarksville residents converged downtown Friday for the festive dedication of the city newest development project: Strawberry Alley.Mayor Piper wields the scissors, cutting the red ribbon to officially open the rebuilt “Strawberry Alley”The project has tied up traffic, rerouted buses, and clogged streets for several months during the redesign, which included new, wider sidewalks with brick pavers, new plantings, a vintage style clock, and angled parking. The original lighting plan, which was overkill and required the wearing of sunglasses at night when it was first lit, was tampered down, with a number of the new lighting fixtures removes at the 11th hour and re installed on a section of North Second Street.