A key federal official said a presidential state of emergency regarding the Tijuana sewage crisis may not be needed despite a chorus of pleas from local politicians and environmental groups to get such a declaration from the White House. International Boundary and Water Commissioner Maria-Elena Giner on Oct. 31 said a state of emergency from President […]
Looking for some fun things to do? The Coronado Library is hosting several events, and there’s a “Business Meet Up” at the end of the month. Here you go: 15 Friday – Renowned author and lecturer George Galdorisi will be updating his presentation on artificial intelligence, to include his outlook on AI for defense and commercial implementation […]
The State Water Resources Control Board on Thursday afternoon issued a Boil Water Advisory for the Silver Strand area of Coronado and Imperial Beach.
However, the problem did not come from sewage flowing from Tijuana, according to Dave Gibson, who leads the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board.
The City of Coronado activated its Emergency Operations Center, and community residents were told to check the city’s dedicated Tropical Storm Hilary webpage for storm updates and to look to the city’s social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter/X, and Instagram.
The United States Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission is inviting the public to a meeting regarding the health crisis at the Coronado Community Center on July 12. The two-hour meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Triton Room at 1845 Strand Way.
Coronado teachers will receive a 4% raise and a $1,500 bonus for the school year that begins July 1, under a budget the Board of Trustees approved on June 22.
The Coronado News will donate 50% of all new, local advertising revenue from the June 30 Independence Day edition.
Randy Burgess, who built a water polo dynasty at Coronado High School, is returning for the Fourth of July holiday with a group of 65 boys and girls from Hawaii after his Coronado career was derailed by unfounded accusations of sexual abuse.
The Coronado City Council on June 6 approved a spending plan that includes 3% pay raises for city employees, and it encouraged state lawmakers to pass a bill that would exempt state taxes for military retirees and their surviving spouses.
The Coronado News is a sponsor of the Coronado Fourth of July Parade, and we want to introduce you to a new full-time staff writer and summer interns.
The Optimist Club of Coronado on June 1 awarded four $3,000 scholarships to graduating seniors of Coronado High School. The winners were Tayah Bubulka, twin sisters Mariella and Natalia Avanni and Austin Miller.
Coronado Police are investigating after topless pictures of a male staffer were airdropped into the smartphones of students at Coronado High School.
Coronado city employees will see on average a 3% pay bump on July 1, and money will be set aside for a new fire truck under a $67 million annual budget that received preliminary approval on May 23. The Coronado City Council in a 5-0 vote gave the OK to City Manager Tina Friend’s proposed […]
The Coronado News has teamed with MuckRock to continue our investigation of the Tijuana sewage crisis, and we would like your help.
The Coronado Schools Foundation is sitting on $9.5 million, but is taking a nearly $38,000 free-rent subsidy from the district.
A few parents have asked us why we haven’t covered other sports teams at Coronado High School.
Simple answer: A few Coronado High School coaches have declined to give us access to them or their players, citing a loyalty to other publications in town.