Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Community

Coronado Living: How to Ride the Coronado Ferry and Have Fun Downtown with Your Kids

On a sunny Saturday in Coronado, my family and I love to jump on our bikes and go exploring. Since our kids are...

“Adventures by the Book” Tea and Tour with Local Coronado Author Belinda Jones

The Coral Tree Tea House hummed with the sound of 34 excited booklovers settling down to late morning brunch. At the head of the...

Obituary: Natasha Sandrock Arthur (1968-2015)

Dear Friends and Family of Natasha, This is Natasha's husband, George. I want to thank all of you for your warm outpouring of...

Community Voices: “Budget Workshop Left Me Panicked”

This letter to the editor was received from Tamara O'Brien in regards to a CUSD budget workshop from last week:--- CUSD Board of Governors,...

Coronado Living: Why You Should Have Your Friends Over for Dinner

Our first home in D.C. When my husband and I first got married, we lived in a 388 sq ft studio in Washington, D.C....

Community Voices: Another Reminder – Why I love Coronado

Last week, we got together with friends from London. They were staying in La Jolla. We encouraged them to visit us...

Community Voices: Overhaul of SEAL Training Facility on Silver Strand

I'm very concern about the construction of a Seal new place in Coronado, of about 1.5 billion dlls, we do not need this in...

Obituary: Lee Mather, 96, the Realtors’ Realtor

Lee Mather (1918-2015) CORONADO – Ancient religious custom dictates singing to the dying. And so it was as 96-year-old Lee Mather took his...

Third and Fourth Streets Speed Limits Under Review

Typical traffic on Third Street west of Orange Avenue. The purpose of this article is to amplify on the recent blog posting by...

Coronado Living: How Reading Is Saving My Sanity As a Parent

It is a truth universally acknowledged by every parent of young children: Life with kids is hard. Even though Coronado makes parenting more enjoyable...

Community Voices: The “Plastification” of Coronado

Let's stop using fake grass. The idea to cover the earth with plastic is wrong and it still has to be washed. ...

Host Families for Japanese and French Students Needed This Summer

CHS French teacher Jon Zimmer, center, with some of his Coronado High students in France This summer, teenagers from very different parts of...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Endorsement for Stacy Keszei for Coronado Unified School Board

Submitted by Matthew GriffithPlease accept this letter as an endorsement for Stacy Keszei for Coronado Unified School Board. Having personally known Stacy and her...

Golf Course Water Recycling – Story Poles Misleading

Submitted by Ann WilsonI watched last week’s Golf Course Advisory Committee Meeting on Coronado TV with interest as city staff was presenting information about...

Strong Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Jon Palmieri & Cara ClancyWe are writing to affirm our strong support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board. Having lived in...

A Thank You to the Coronado Police Department

Submitted by Sebastian Taylor  Coronado Police Department; I Wish I Was Suprised, I'm Not...A few days ago, I witnessed something, something which, to many would...

NEW STORIES

San Diego County to Remain In Red Tier

After being on the brink of falling into the most restrictive Purple Tier, San Diego County will remain in Tier Two, or the Red...

National Voter Registration Day – Sept. 22, 2020

The fourth Tuesday in September is National Voter Registration Day, that's today, September 22, 2020. It's a reminder that you must be registered to...

Artist Profile: Dave Samara, Bagpipes (video)

The plaintive call of bagpipes, yes bagpipes, sings out on Orange Avenue most Saturday afternoons as musician Dave Samara seeks to help a local...

Voting and Ballot Drop-Off Locations for Coronado

The City of Coronado will have two locations to drop-off your ballot:Coronado Library, located at 640 Orange Avenue - do not put in...

John Duncan Dreams Big: City Council Candidate Talks Housing, Beach Pollution, Tourism and Diversity

For John Duncan--who’s running for Coronado City Council--it was all a dream.In 2006, before he lived here full-time, Duncan rented a historic home on...