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The Islander Boys Water Polo Team had to postpone their regular season opening game against Canyon Crest Academy due to local weather conditions. They traveled... [Read More]
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One of the strengths of the 2019 Islander Football Team is their kicking game, in the person of sophomore Nico DiMatteo, who is perfect in... [Read More]
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Coronado has a new piece of public art in the community, and she arrived quietly last week in Tideland's Park. The Port of San Diego... [Read More]
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This past Sunday, Sept. 8, local company URT Inc. put on the Ninth Annual URT WOMP Bodysurfing Competition at North Beach. All proceeds from ticket... [Read More]
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From left, Amanda Sarich, Adrienne Krause, Rita Sarich, Robbins Kelly, Chris Ackerman, MainStreet President Katherine Farley, homeowner Gaby Garza Castro, Eddie Warner, Mariah Rowden presenting... [Read More]
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Laura Kate Cook, age 5, took on the library's Super Science Challenge for August and went in search of wildlife in Coronado, finding 16 of... [Read More]
After a seventh-month hiatus from the television of American households, the NFL returned last Thursday, Sept. 5. Week 1 featured lots of drama and storylines,... [Read More]
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Boys and Girls Cross Country Head Coach George Green provides the results and updates for his team from last week. "We took nearly the full... [Read More]
It's a relatively small sample size, just five matches, but the Islander Girls Golf Team, under the direction of Stuart Gordon, is currently ranked No.... [Read More]
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Another team playing well in the early throes of the fall season is the Islander Girls Volleyball Team. Last week they were busy, as the... [Read More]
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With their match against Vincent Memorial from Calexico postponed from last week to this, the lone competition for the Islander Girls Tennis Team since our... [Read More]
Join the fun at the first Coronado Music Festival with live music and art,... [Read More]
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Costa Azul, the beloved Mexican restaurant frequented by locals and tourists alike will reopen at the Ferry Landing after it closed last November from its... [Read More]
It's a night to network at Miguel's!Join the Chamber of Commerce for their September Sundowner on Wednesday, Sept. 18 from 5 to 7 p.m. Chamber... [Read More]
Last week the 21 member San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) voted to require Coronado to build 1001 affordable residential units in spite of hundreds... [Read More]
Seth.Litchney@sandag.org... [Read More]
I think that J.F. Kelly gets it exactly wrong, in his commentary on Sept. 4, "A Generation Ignorant of History." It's a pretty standard screed... [Read More]
So many things to be thankful for living in Coronado in the summer. Three of my favorite things are the free shuttle and the beach... [Read More]
Summer in Coronado is synonymous with good weather, lots of activities and great parties! The Coronado MainStreet Board of Directors recently hosted the 28th annual... [Read More]
In Mr. J.F. Kelly's Sept. 4 commentary, he paints an interesting picture of the likely Democratic presidential candidates. He concludes by labeling Warren as a... [Read More]
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