Bicycle Corrals: The City is currently awaiting the arrival of eight bicycle corrals that will be installed on various City streets near Orange Avenue. The corrals were expected to arrive this week; however, the manufacturer stated that delivery has been delayed until the week of May 27. Once received, City staff will work as quickly as possible to install the corrals. Notifications to nearby residents and businesses will be made in advance of their…
Seventh graders Jamie and Daniel, KCMS anchors, host a live broadcast during Spring Faire.
Coronado Middle School hosted its annual Spring Faire Wednesday, May 15 from 5:30-7 p.m.
The campus was open for students in grades 6-8 and rising fifth graders as well. The…Continue
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Another in a regular series of fascinating, intriguing, or thoughtful tales about people and places in Nado history -- presented by your Coronado Historical Association
Yes, Coronado had its own blimp hangar; a massive structure built all of wood and clearly visible from all around Coronado, from downtown San Diego, and from high atop Point Loma.
The hangar was built in…Continue
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The NEW Coronado Unit of Rady Children's Hospital will hold its last meeting of the year before 'breaking" for the summer, so if YOU haven't joined us yet, PLEASE "come on down!" We'd love to meet you and get you as thrilled about the exciting plans in the works for Rady Children's Hospital as we are!
The meeting is THIS Tuesday, May 21 at 1216 Churchill Place... we start at 6:30 p.m. with a wine…
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Shacknai home returns to the market
A historic Coronado mansion where two mysterious deaths occurred in 2011 returned to the market Wednesday after an extreme remodel. The asking price for the home, where Arizona millionaire Jonah Shacknai’s son and girlfriend died, is $16.9 million. The Coronado…Continue
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Photo credit: Surf's Up Studios
This event is sold out! May 19th at 8am. Bridge will be open to vehicles during event.
Thousands of runners and walkers will take over the Coronado Bay Bridge on Sunday for the Navy’s 27th annual Bay Bridge Run/Walk.
The four-mile walk and run starts at 8 a.m. Participants begin their route from the Hilton San Diego Bayfront over the Coronado…Continue
It is often rare in the 21st century to find a business focused on customer service. Sometimes, in fact, good service seems like an endangered idea or species.
Step into the office of Dr. Stephen J. Moffett, Optometrist and you are greeted by Sue Shirey, a long time Coronado mom with a friendly demeanor and smile.…Continue
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By Mark Reynolds
In the rarefied air of Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, which sits 11,141 feet above sea level, scientists are charting the passage of a milestone that, if ignored, heralds a future for civilization both tragic and chaotic.
I’m referring to the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which Charles David Keeling began monitoring in 1958. At that…Continue
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Thank you to the Coronado Police Department for making this information available to the public. This is a partial list:
Burglary Second Degree
Obtain Controlled Substance by Fraud
Forge Alter Prescription
200 block of Prospect Place
unknown adult black male entered Sharp Coronado Community Pharmacy and presented a fraudulent prescription in an attempt to obtain narcotic medications, staff advised the subject he would be called once the medication…
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The Nado Select Boys Under 16 team of the Coronado Youth Soccer League has accomplished what no other Coronado team ever has. For the first time in the history of the CYSL, the Boys U16 team won the prestigious title of State Cup Champions in the Presidents Division. State cup is the ultimate tournament in the state of California for competitive…Continue
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At its monthly meeting on Friday, 24 May, the Coronado Roundtable will feature a presentation from the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). SANDAG serves as the forum for planning and decision-making on matters concerning the region’s quality of life including resource allocation, highway construction and public transportation, and forecasting future growth. It is governed by a Board of Directors composed of the mayors, council members, and county…Continue
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Small American flags will be handed out at this year's Memorial Day …Continue
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CORONADO, Calif. (May 13, 2013) -- The Coronado Public Library, in cooperation with the Coronado Historical Association, has launched the Coronado PhotoAtlas. This web-based resource displays current and historical images of Coronado places as located by their street address. The project is sponsored by the Friends of the Coronado Library.
Providing the complete picture-puzzle of…Continue
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Meet Tom Mitchell
Tom first came to Coronado in 1986 with the US Navy, and he's been here ever since. Starting in 1998, Tom began volunteering for the Visitor Center as a Docent (Tour Guide) at the Hotel Del. Tom is now the longest standing Docent stationed at the Del, and I could see in his eyes when he talked about the tours how much he loves…Continue
Bicycle education is more than a shove down the driveway.
The Coronado Optimist Club and Coronado Recreation Department along with Holland’s Bike Store and The Bicycle Advisory Committee is sponsoring a Bicycle Rodeo and Safe Cycling Festival. A bicycle skills fun event designed to teach bicyclists the skills they need to be safer cyclists. Certified cycling instructors will be on hand from The San Diego County Bicycle…Continue
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