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Mindful Café, first floor of Sharp Coronado Hospital, 250 Prospect Avenue. Hours: Monday through Friday 6:30 a.m. to 6 pm., Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m.... [Read More]
The Santa Barbara is a coastal inspired box by Poppy and Bear, a new online business started by Christ Church Day School graduate, Mari Low.... [Read More]
Workers at the EDCO Recycling Facility located in Lemon Grove begin the sorting process for recycling material from homes in the South Bay, including Coronado.... [Read More]
Junior Ryan Sauter is one of the best outside shooters on the Islander Boys Basketball Team this season. Sauter and the Islanders have compiled a... [Read More]
Lizzie Oliver played a key role in two Islander Girls Water Polo victories in the Newport Holiday Cup Tournament last week. Coronado defeated host Newport... [Read More]
Growing up Mari Low loved buying one of a kind gifts for friends and family but she often wandered where the items came from. She... [Read More]
The Coronado Island Film Festival will present a free community screening of the Oscar-winning 1967 civil rights drama, "In the Heat of the Night," starring... [Read More]
On the first day of 2018 there was a 7 foot high tide. This caused water from the bay to enter the storm drain on... [Read More]
Tags: Strand Way - bay - rise
As the new year begins, many political pundits are taking stock of President Donald Trump's achievements and/or failures during his first year in office. There... [Read More]
On Sunday, Dec. 16, the Friends of the Coronado Library held a sing-along in the Winn room at the library. Mary T. led the group,... [Read More]
Tags: Sing - Sunday - Friends
At the San Diego Jazz Festival held in the Town and Country Hotel on Thanksgiving weekend, I saw a man dance with his wife, saw... [Read More]
There are few precedents for our democracy. There were few among the founding fathers that believed we might in fact have a government that truly... [Read More]
Russia's President Putin may or many not have some geopolitical grand strategy in mind as he positions his country at various points along the Mediterranean... [Read More]
Why are Navy men and women walking the streets of Coronado allowed to wear their work clothes, flight suits and fatigues, which used to be... [Read More]
Many Coronado residents own dogs. We need a fenced dog park in the Village. The dogs get too sandy at North Beach. Driving to the... [Read More]
Robert Frank Weisgerber was born in Coronado Hospital Oct. 2, 1954. He lived most of his life in Coronado, graduating from Coronado High School in... [Read More]
Jacqueline Latham Perley, a native of Coronado, was surrounded by her family as she passed away at home after a long illness. [Read More]
Fredrick D Buck was a wonderful father and grandfather, was born in San Diego in 1936 and grew up off of Adams Avenue. He passed... [Read More]
What a difference a year makes. According to Islander Baseball Head Coach Morgan Cummins, in 2016 the Annual Baseball Alumni Game was rained out, twice.... [Read More]
The field for the 32-team, America's Finest City S&R Sport Invitational Girls Water Polo Tournament, which is hosted by the Coronado Islanders, has been finalized.... [Read More]
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