Designed for local donors, the guide highlights minority-led nonprofits that have partnered with San Diego’s largest community foundation.
Researchers inside the Chemistry Graduate and Research Center at the Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana are working on ways to create clean water.
California State Assemblymember Tasha Boerner presented a $150,000 check to the Coronado Public Library on Nov. 29. Boerner, whose 77th Assembly District includes Coronado, secured the funding as part of the 2023 state budget. The money will be used to create two study rooms and refurbish the library’s historic reading room into an event space. […]
Nine Coronado children won the City of Coronado’s Recreation & Golf Services annual Turkey Coloring Contest. The event, sponsored by the Coronado Junior Woman’s Club, ran from Oct. 1 to Nov. 1. The holiday tradition provides the opportunity for local elementary school children in kindergarten through fifth grade to compose colorful Thanksgiving masterpieces with crayons, […]
NAVAL AIR STATION NORTH ISLAND – Fleet Readiness Center Southwest (FRCSW) in Coronado is ushering in a new era of naval aviation as the Navy continues the gradual retirement of its legacy F/A-18A-D series. The renowned F-16 aircraft is poised to become a major program for the FRCSW Depot team’s operations, officials say. The F-16, […]
Charlie Munger, who died in late November just a month shy of his 100th birthday, leaves behind one of the most investment revered legacies in the history of Wall Street. The nonagenarian billionaire and candy addict joined Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway as vice chairman in 1978 after trading in his law practice in favor of […]
The cast of Lamb’s musical hits “R-E-S-P-E-C-T” and “Million Dollar Quartet” are coming together for a joyous revue of great Christmas songs and carols through Dec. 24, producers say. The program features Angela Chatelain Avila, Bryan Barbarin, Katherine Chatman, Michael Louis Cusimano, Charles Evans Jr., Caitie Grady, Steve Gouveia, Sydney Joyner, Leonard Patton, Ben Read, […]
The Coronado Police Department made an unlikely “arrest” on Thanksgiving night. Police were called about a baby sea lion that was crossing the southbound lanes of California State Route near Leyte Road. When officers arrived on the scene, they found a sea lion that was ushered across the road by a pair of motorists who […]
For the U.S. Navy, unmanned systems – especially uncrewed maritime systems – offer the promise of providing the U.S. military with an asymmetric advantage over potential adversaries.
The Coronado City Council deliberated on Nov. 21 regarding the process to determine whether a person’s property is a historic home.
One of Coronado’s top events — the 48th annual Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting — starts at 6 p.m. on Dec. 1. According to the Coronado Chamber of Commerce, attendees will experience a display of seasonal colors, twinkling lights and festive music down the streets of Coronado. The parade make its way from 7th Street […]
This year, for the sixth time, the parade will proceed to the pier at Cesar Chavez Park before making the turn to Coronado, giving spectators another area to view the parade.
The country’s canned seafood industry is moving well beyond tuna sandwiches, a pandemic-era trend that began with Americans in lockdown demanding more of their cupboard staples.
On Tuesday, Dec 5, just a few days away, the Coronado City Council is going to make the one big decision that will determine the future of our city’s largest park, forever.
Coronado Fourth of July (CFOJ) has announced its Board of Directors and the election of Jamie Hartnett as the 2024 president. The new executive committee will ensure CFOJ’s continued success and effectiveness in its mission to produce and execute an inspirational, family-friendly community experience celebrating our nation’s Independence Day, organizers said. The CFOJ board of […]
Kaelyn Krueger took the opportunity as a freshman to join the Coronado High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps and has never looked back. Now a senior, Krueger is the organization’s public affairs officer. It’s her job to get the word out about NJROTC as students learn about discipline and leadership skills. The group […]