Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Aimee Richer

Aimee Richer
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Aimee was a ‘nado Navy baby in the 1970s, where her love for adventure and travel began. After growing up and finishing college in the Midwest, Aimee spent more than a decade living and traveling overseas. She returned to the US in 2009, and made her way back to Coronado to raise her own baby – now a first grader at Village Elementary. Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@coronadotimes.com

Coronado Joins OH! San Diego March 6-8

OH! is the enthusiastic acronym for Open House – an international public education program with the mission to educate and engage the public about...

Benvenuto Garage Buona Forchetta! Opening Soon!

Good things come to those who wait, as the saying goes. In Coronado, residents have eagerly awaited “Good Fork” a la Buona Forchetta –...

Introducing Coronado’s Newest Public Art Commissioner, Brad Willis

 Imagine a world without imagination…. Thanks to newly appointed Public Art Commissioner, Brad Willis, Coronado won’t have to.Brad, a 26-year Coronado resident is an author...

Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey Poised for Another Term – Announces Bid for Re-Election

Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey has announced his intention to run for a second term as mayor in the 2020 election. Bailey, whose political career...

Coronado’s Orit Ostrowiak and the O2 Effect: A Breath of Fresh Air

International trainer, speaker, and coach Orit Ostrowiak recently added ‘published author’ to her professional accomplishments. Ostrowiak’s book: The O2 Effect Report: Tips and Techniques...

Coronado Rises and Shines to Celebrate the New Coronado-San Diego Ferry Timetable

Tuesday, October 1 marked the launch of the new Coronado-San Diego Ferry timetable, which featured the addition of a sixth service to the morning...

Coronado Outrigger Club Makes a Winning Splash in Hawaii

On Saturday, September 14th members of the Coronado Outrigger Club traveled to the Aloha State to compete in The Pailolo Challenge, a 26-mile inter-island...

Living Car(e)free in Coronado

“You don’t have a car?!”If I had a dollar for every time I was met with a shocked reaction when people learn that I...

Coronado Sets the Scene for Indie Film: “Becoming Lola”

Lights… Camera… Action! The independent feature-length film, Becoming Lola, written and directed by San Diego native Karen Schuback and produced by Coronado’s own Tania...

Orange Avenue Welcomes New Restaurant: The Henry Coronado (Opens Aug. 27)

A picture speaks 1000 words, as the saying goes. But in the case of The Henry, the highly anticipated new restaurant set to open...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Widespread Support for John Duncan for City Council

Submitted by John DuncanThank you to the wonderful Coronado community and the amazing cross section of residents - including families, small business owners, retired...

Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Shane DurkinFriends and Neighbors,This letter is to affirm my support for Nick Kato to be elected to the Coronado School Board. I...

Support for Whitney Antrim for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Whitney BenzianI am supporting Whitney Antrim for the Coronado School Board. I have known Whitney since our snazzy red sweater days at...

In Support of Whitney Antrim for CUSD Board

Submitted by Charlie KhouryWhat should the community of Coronado want in their school board?A board member who puts children first. Anyone who has...

NEW STORIES

New Businesses Will Soon Fill Vacant Spaces in Coronado

This year has been one of more downs than ups for businesses and restaurants in Coronado (and worldwide) and that has created quite a...

Welcoming Baby Mely in a Pandemic

When news of the pandemic hit, I was six weeks pregnant. Never did I imagine that I would deliver my baby while the world...

CUSD Board Meeting: Phase 3 Reopening, Equity Committee Formation and Upcoming Election

The Coronado Unified District School Board met on Thursday, October 15 at 4 pm at the district offices located at 201 Sixth Street. Community...

Quarantine Family Collaboration: How Olympian Jesse Smith Brought Water Polo to a Children’s Book

What started as a series of bedtime stories quickly grew into a family collaboration and COVID-quarantine project, resulting in the world’s first illustrated children’s...

Frontline Workers: Coronado Grocery Employees Share Insights

Grocery stores and markets are among the essential businesses called on to remain open from the start and throughout the continued duration of the...