Researchers inside the Chemistry Graduate and Research Center at the Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana are working on ways to create clean water.
Following a season of wins across Eastern League races, the Coronado Islanders’ girls cross country team is making a return to the CIF state championships.
A Coronado High School report shows a large number of graduates move onto higher education following rigorous studies.
Despite a legal settlement between the city and state, the Coronado Unified School District cannot be forced to sell one of its properties for affordable housing.
There was a theater full of new and years-long advocates pushing for solutions and continued awareness related to the Tijuana sewage pollution criss on Nov. 10.
Improvements at the international wastewater treatment plant in San Ysidro and new projects are expected to help the transboundary sewage crisis from Tijuana by the end of this year.
In his 29th year as a cartoonist, Steve Breen – formerly of The San Diego Union-Tribune – has found a new home.
Swiftly reaching into an assortment of candy bins is a friendly face recognized by several Coronado trick-or-treaters moving towards the steps of the Police Department building on Halloween. Along Orange Avenue, the law enforcement agency has joined other participating businesses for Mainstreet Goes Ghostly, hosted by Coronado MainStreet. Several of the agency’s officers and volunteers […]
President Joe Biden, following pressure to declare a state of emergency on the Tijuana sewage crisis, has committed an additional $310 million to fix and expand the South Bay International Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Amy Steward didn’t stop teaching when she left the classroom.The former Coronado educator founded Emerald Keepers in 2019 to help teach the community about saving the environment.
George Green remains a runner at heart with 32 years of coaching Coronado High School runners, a job that began as a volunteer during the 1992-93 school year.
Emerald Keepers welcomed several environmental leaders at its second annual Coronado Community Conference on Oct. 11.
A new life of freedom has created a hopeful reality for a group of women in Coronado whose lives have been restored through a non-profit that serves survivors of sex trafficking.
The Coronado School District has kicked off a year-long Strategic Visioning process to ensure success for its students leading to graduation and beyond. San Diego County Office of Education representatives on Oct. 3 led a program called Portrait of a Graduate that included the governing board and district staff, as well as some community members. […]
A multi-generational Black owned and operated family ranch nestled between Imperial Beach and San Ysidro is working to keep the legacy alive for future generations. The core team at S&S Friendly Ranch, including a former star football player at Stanford University, works long hours to maintain a homestead and vacation spot named after founders Sim […]
Marely Ramírez, a full-time community activist, has co-founded an environmental group with four other women who are demanding that elected officials find solutions to clean local coastlines contaminated by Tijuana sewage outflows. Stop the Sewage.org already has organized two rallies at the beginning and conclusion of the summer to protest the sewage crisis that has […]