Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey recently made national news by claiming to have solved a homeless problem. But did Coronado even have a homeless issue?
The Tijuana sewage crisis has sickened tens of thousands and hospitalized Imperial Beach teacher and surfer Josh Hill. Part 3 of The Coronado News investigation.
Coronado City Manager Tina Friend announced late last month the promotion of Jayson Summers, a 17-year veteran of the department, to chief. He starts April 1, in his new role.
Decades of bitter feuding, wasted money and treaty violations have prevented sustainable solutions to the Tijuana sewage crisis. Part 2 of The Coronado News investigative series.
A new project on the Coronado Cays has several local residents and city officials upset and unsettled as waterfront land in the area is slated to be turned into an RV resort, occupying a 7-acre site. “There was not a single person here that wanted to do this,” Council member Carrie Anne Downey said at […]
Broken promises for decades by U.S. and Mexico to fix Tijuana’s sewage problem has resulted in millions of gallons of raw sewage to flow into Pacific Ocean, Coronado, other beaches.
The sunken SS Monte Carlo showed herself Sunday outside the Hotel del Coronado, thanks to an unusually low tide.
America in the 1920s and 30s was a cocktail of deep revelry, the unwelcomed Prohibition and the Great Depression. However, one place managed to escape it all. Floating in international waters, a concrete ship, the SS Monte Carlo, was anchored 3 miles offshore from Coronado. And this Sunday, around 3 p.m., is likely the ideal […]
When it comes to doing the business of metropolitan planning at the San Diego Association of Governments or SANDAG, small cities like Coronado have a voice – but it’s pretty small. And that’s rubbing some members of the Coronado City Council the wrong way. A board of directors composed of mayors, council members and county […]
The flames rise a couple feet into the air. Bright orange and intensely hot, the fire dances sideways, its translucent tendrils seeming to curl around the bodiless wind as it comes through the backyard. Folds and creases move through this shifting sculpture of heat, like stone fabric on a roman statue. Lengths of flame disconnect […]
It’s the newsletter that keeps the morale of the submariners afloat. Started by two Navy officers, this newsletter brings laughs to those aboard the ship and pokes fun at their otherwise serious daily roles.
The Coronado Firefighters Association has been out of a contract with the city of Coronado since July, 2022, but the two sides appear to have a new, tentative deal in place, the firefighter’s union chief told The Coronado News. Fire Captain Brandon Idhe, president of the union, said the two sides have been negotiating on […]
As many goals as Mayor Bailey has for the city, he has some personal ones as well…such as climbing the tallest mountain in the Southern Hemisphere.