Mary Ford, manager and employee of Vince Canning Shoes for over 14 years, helps Judy Uhrman, a customer of seven years, try on shoes during a going-out-of-business sale. The family’s store Tootsies remains across the street. Tim Stepien/The Coastal S
By Amy Woods
The Boca West Children’s Foundation far exceeded last year’s tally by collecting more than 52,000 diapers from a record number of donors for the Junior League of Boca Raton’s Diaper Bank.
The annual drive took place Feb. 18.
Supporters of the Palm Beach County Food Bank gathered to celebrate the 4th annual Empty Bowls Delray Beach event, set for Dec. 8, and reminded each other how important it is to bring awar
By Amy Woods
The statistics speak for themselves: One out of six residents in the county does not know where the next meal is coming from, and more than 100,000 sc
TOP: (l-r) Caroline Villanueva, Jeff Stoops and Erren. MIDDLE: Elmore and LaTour. BOTTOM: Caron and Bob Dockerty. Photos provided by CAPEHART
Palm Beach County Food Bank supporters came together for an evening of celebration sponsored by Marti LaTou
By Dan Moffett
Manalapan commissioners are more than a little interested in moving the town’s Police Department into the vacant bank building in the northeast corner of Plaza del Mar.
Commissioners are so interested, in fact, that they unanimously ap
Members of the Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce and Acting Mayor Woodrow Hay and the staff of the PNC Bank at Woolbright Road and Federal Highway celebrate the new branch with a ribbon cutting. Jerry Lower/
The Coastal Star
1915 — Bank of Boynton opens on the south side of Ocean Avenue between the FEC railroad tracks and Federal Highway. The first
By Dianna Smith
The Wachovia Bank near Briny Breezes is closing and consolidating with a nearby branch, leaving longtime customers with one less bank on the island.
The bank is scheduled to close on Sept. 21.
Branch Manager Ray Lanzi would only sa
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