Sunday, August 9, 2020
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City Offers Third Dine Out! Coronado Picnic

The next Dine Out! Coronado is set for this weekend, July 31-Aug. 2. All you need for your organized picnic is a takeout order...

Tracking COVID-19: 117 Total Coronado Cases Since March – Plus San Diego Stats

The 117 Coronado positive COVID-19 cases are cumulative since March 2020 and these reported cases are split between Coronado residential zip code (92118) and...

Library to Deliver Cheer to Coronado Retirement Village – Submit Artwork through Aug. 7

Does your child or teen enjoy drawing or coloring? The Coronado Public Library invites community members of all ages to share their artwork with...

Vaccine Progress Buoys Investors

Investors Keeping Faith As confirmed virus cases continue to grow across the U.S., predominately on the West Coast and in the Sunbelt, investors seem to...

Mask Up! Coronado Masks for Sale

To raise awareness of the importance of facial coverings, the City provided more than 1,000 reusable face masks with the City logo to people...

California on “The Edge of a Cliff” – More Executive Orders Likely

With a series of temporary protections that helped Californians get through the first few months of the pandemic set to expire soon, Gov. Gavin...

County COVID-19 Deaths Surpass 500, Cases Over 25K

A record number of COVID-19 deaths were reported in San Diego, bringing the region’s total to 505, the County Health and Human Services Agency...

CUSD Update July 21 – Submit Questions, Comments for Town Hall Forums

Coronado Unified School District will open this fall within a distance learning environment.On Friday afternoon Governor Newsom released clear guidance for districts across California...

Coronado Offers Business-to-Business COVID-19 Education, Monitoring

Coronado entered into a unique agreement in May with local nonprofit Coronado MainStreet to help local businesses comply with San Diego County’s Safe Reopening...

City Offers 2nd Outdoor Dining Venue: Dine Out Coronado!

The City, the Coronado Chamber of Commerce and Coronado MainStreet hope residents join them in supporting local restaurants impacted by the ongoing pandemic by...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Money Shamefully Spent

Submitted by Barry AustinAm I the only one to feel outraged that the Mayor and Council, under cover of restricted public involvement, gave away...

More Questions Than Answers

Submitted by Carolyn RogersonThere are days when I cannot believe the vitriol to be read on the pages of Coronado publications or online. I...

Tim Rohan Announces Candidacy for City Council

Submitted by Tim RohanEvents of the past few weeks have spurred me into action. I see a Council that is out of touch with...

Open Letter in Support of Crown Manor and Adaptive Reuse

Submitted by Ryan CraneI was interested to read the recent open letter from the Coronado Historical Association (CHA) in opposition to the Major Special...

NEW STORIES

Jack and Grace Creatively Raise Funds for CSF During Pandemic

Coronado kids Jack and Grace Elardo began their business Jack and Grace's Pop-Up Stand four years ago when they were in 3rd and 4th...

Local Voices: Coronado Picture-Perfect from the Outside; Not Always So Pretty for a Person of Color

Esme Ronis knew that she was different from the rest of her family. Born in La Paz, Mexico, and adopted by a white family,...

Tim Rohan Announces Candidacy for City Council

Submitted by Tim RohanEvents of the past few weeks have spurred me into action. I see a Council that is out of touch with...

Sue Tushingham McNary (1937-2020)

Sue Tushingham McNary, an internationally renowned artist, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother, and loyal friend, passed away peacefully on Monday morning, August 3, 2020,...

Grand Caribe Shoreline Park Temporarily Closed by Port of San Diego

Prioritizing public health, and in alignment with COVID-19 State and County public health orders, Grand Caribe Shoreline Park in the Coronado Cays will be...