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What’s On the Menu? Vintage Items from Coronado Eateries

The Coronado Library will host a talk by author, food-blogger and culinary historian, Martin Lindsay on Thursday, October 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the...

CHA Coffee & Conversations “Federal Projects”

Between 1940 and 1945, the small city of Coronado grew to over 25,000 residents. WWII brought servicemen, their families, and those who found work...

Annual Preservation Month Symposium

May is National Preservation Month. A free Historic Preservation Symposium with noted architect Ione Stiegler, FAIA, presenting “Reconstructing the Past: Peeling Back Layers on the Sikes Adobe Farmstead, Warner's Ranch, and Many More Historic Sites" will be held on May 30.

Eyewitness to History: Lou de Beer to Speak

Lou de Beer, a recipient of the Coronado Avenue of Heroes Award, will present a personal account of his WWII and Korean War experiences....

Hansen House Receives Historical Designation

The Historic Resource Commission of the City of Coronado recently affirmed GenerateHope’s newly-leased transition home as an official historic resource based on a thorough...

Coronado Historical Association Honors Two of Its Own

Well over 130 people crowded into Susan Keith’s rambling, Spanish revival house on Tolita Avenue Friday evening. They were there to honor Bruce Linder,...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Salute to our Veterans and Local Citizens

Submitted by Norman HuffAs a Salute to our veterans on Memorial Day Weekend, I have rounded up some personal history and accomplishments of local...

Torn About What to do When Witnessing Homophobic Actions

Submitted by Charlotte HobbsFifteen months ago, we moved from a city in the southern United States to Coronado. Our three children, now all in...

Skill Saws, Weed Whips, Mowers and Blowers

Submitted by Charles BatschI remember the first time I came to this town. It was 1960 and I was only five years old. When...

Who Jumped Friday, and Why Was It My Family’s Fate to Witness Such a Horrific End of Life?

Submitted by Sheri J. SachsThe San Diego Bay, with its iconic Coronado Bay Bridge, is a treasure for those who are granted the opportunity...

NEW STORIES

Sitting and Sunbathing at Beach Beginning Tuesday, June 2

The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency announced today that beginning on Tuesday, June 2, people will be allowed to sit...

Clayton’s is Back and Ready to Expand – Will Takeover H&R Block Space

There’s good news on the horizon for everyone with a sweet tooth who enjoys home baked pastries and treats. Clayton’s Bakery & Bistro is...

Places of Worship, Hair Salons and Barbershops Can Open with Modifications

On Tuesday, May 26, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency announced that houses of worship, hair salons and barbershops can...

Coronado Posts Warning After Shark Sighting Near Central Beach

Coronado lifeguards posted warning signs to let the beach-going public know that a mature White shark was observed just off the shore in the...

Coronado High School Class of 2020 Graduation Info

Coronado High School Principal Shane Schmeichel announced on Friday that "CHS is committed to offering an in-person graduation on June 11th to celebrate the...