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SAN DIEGO -- A compromise is in the works over a home in Coronado that was facing demolition.
The house located on Glorietta Street was built by master architect Homer Delawie in the 1960s and is considered to be historically significant.
Delawie, a renowned leader in modernist architecture, designed some of San Diego's most recognizable sites, including the Bea…
A big rig bottomed out at 6th Street and B Avenue around 10am this morning. Traffic was temporily blocked but is open now.
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One of the best ways to get from Coronado to Downtown San Diego is to take the Coronado Ferry. You can buy tickets from an automated machine on the Ferry Landing pier.
As of January 3, 2011, adult tickets are $4.25 each way and children under 3 are free. Bikes are allowed at no extra cost.
CORONADO ---- Two dozen Navy bomb experts departed from North Island Naval Air Station on Tuesday to assume responsibility for one of the most dangerous jobs remaining for U.S. military personnel in Iraq: detecting and defusing improvised explosive devices.
The sailors, part of Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group 1, will assume command of the 500-man Joint Task Force Troy, responsible for command and control of explosive ordnance disposal forces throughout Iraq. Part of the yearlong…
The Port of San Diego Big Bay Balloon Parade presented by San Diego County Credit Union is set to step off at 10 a.m., Thursday, December 30th. The parade is a Bridgepoint…Continue
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Did you know that eCoronado.com is updated multiple times per day? News, events, photos and videos are added 7 days a week. By setting eCoronado.com as your homepage, you'll be able to stay connected to 'Everything Coronado'.
You can also add eCoronado.com to your smart phone, by going to eCoronado.com on your phone and then adding us as a shortcut or button on your screen.
It's easy. Here are the instructions on how to make eCoronado.com your…Continue
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Coronado's Lil Piggy's BBQ now offers online ordering for all your BBQ desires.
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DATE: December 17, 2010
TO: Honorable Mayor and City Councilmembers
FROM: Blair King, City Manager
RE: Weekly Update
PDF Located Here: …
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A new business has opened on Orange Avenue (next door to Villa Nueva). Coronado Taste of Oils sells olive oils and aged vinegars and is owned by Roberta Korte. They have a tasting room of 40 different organic olive oils and 20 different organic balsamic vinegars.
Here is their contact information:
954 Orange Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
www.coronadotasteofoils.com (not live…
Added by eCoronado on December 24, 2010 at 3:46pm — No Comments
CORONADO — The Coronado Unified School District is projecting a $2.4 million deficit in next year’s $26 million budget, not including potential midyear cuts from the state.
The district saw a budget shortfall of $2.1 million this year, prompting it to cut $1.5 million in spending through furloughs and class size increases. Adult education was cut in half.
Read the entire Union Tribune article…Continue
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CORONADO, Calif. -- A man's body was found on a beach at North Island Naval Air Station Wednesday, authorities reported.
A U.S. Coast Guard pollution inspector was working in the area when he came across the body about 500 yards away from Zuniga Point Jetty about 8:45 a.m., USCG Petty Officer Henry Dunphy said. The corpse appeared to have washed ashore, according to Dunphy.
Read the entire 10News.com story…Continue
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SAN DIEGO -- A Navy investigation into a September incident in which two Coronado-based helicopters accidentally touched down in Lake Tahoe, damaging the choppers, ended with
administrative measures against the pilots, possibly ending their flying
The measures -- which were not specified -- are being taken by the Navy against the aircrew and Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 41.10News' media partner, The San Diego Union-Tribune,…Continue
1) If you experience flooding during daylight hours please call 522-7380. If you experience flooding during evening hours please call 522-7350.
2) Packed sandbags are available for residents to pick-up at 1st and Alameda, 4th and Alameda, and…Continue
San Diego's much-debated plan to fully fluoridate the city's water supplies will be delayed by about a month, officials announced Tuesday.
Fluoridation was supposed to start Wednesday, but Utilities Department spokesman Arian Collins said "a few issues" were identified during a safety inspection that will push back the start date. The decision also affects water service in Coronado, Del Mar and Imperial Beach, which are connected to San Diego's supply…Continue
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There has been a lot of buzz in our community about the 12/07/10 City Council meeting. The 'lively' discussion centered on the request for a 'tunnel project audit' from Councilmember Barbara Denny. You can watch the entire 31 minute discussion on the City's website by clicking the link below and going to the fourth bullet/link from the…Continue
Added by eCoronado on December 17, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments
Brian Ketterer was a former Coronado lifeguard for 9 years.
CARLSBAD ---- As administrators go, you could think of Brian Ketterer as a lifeguard in superintendent's clothing.
Technically, Ketterer is a California park ranger, with the beige shirt and state-bear patches on both shoulders, but as superintendent of the north coastal sector of San Diego County state parks, he tops the chain of command.
Working out of Carlsbad's first fire station…
Added by eCoronado on December 16, 2010 at 9:17am — No Comments
CORONADO — Artwork by mosaic artist Kirsten Green will be unveiled at the Coronado Golf Course at 2 p.m. Monday.
The dedication ceremony will reveal a colorful, glass mosaic depicting three golfers set in front of the Coronado bridge. Albeit a few years late, the piece was commissioned to honor the course’s 50th anniversary.
Coronado Golf Course opened in 1957. The piece was in the works for several years.