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SAN DIEGO -- Despite foggy conditions, a record jump in tandem by stunt riders Levi Lavallee and Temecula resident Robbie Maddison will go on as scheduled at San Diego’s Embarcadero tonight at 9pm.
They will attempt to jump the 300-foot opening that takes boaters from the Embarcadero Marina to San Diego Bay.
Read the entire 10News.com storyhere.
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Recordings of conversations between federal air controllers and the pilot of the F/A-18D reveal that the pilot at least twice was offered a chance to put down the plane at the Naval Air Station North Island in Coronado.
The base sits at the tip of a peninsula with a flight path over water.
Instead, the Federal Aviation Administration tapes disclose that the pilot decided to fly the jet, which had lost one engine and was showing signs of…
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Thought this might be a fun picture to share with readers. As background -- for many years Councilwoman Patty Schmidt ordered locally baked Rum Cakes and had them delivered to the Firehouse and City Hall around Christmas time. This year Robbins Crehore Kelly (far right in above photo) continued the tradition in Patty’s memory by baking 35+ rum cakes for all the firemen and support staff at the Coronado Fire Department as well as a large cake for staff at City Hall. This…
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Congrats on a great season…Continue
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Bob Kelly, President and CEO of The San Diego Foundation, presented Our Greater San Diego Vision initiative to “Speak Out Coronado,” the city’s monthly town hall meeting, to residents on Dec. 14 at the Coronado Library.
“This is an unprecedented civic engagement process to engage residents to come up with a shared vision and action plan for the future of this region,” explained Kelly. “Everyone loves living here but change is coming and that change will…Continue
CORONADO, Calif. -- Coronado police believe new technology will remove all doubt when they interact with the public.
Using drug seizure money, Coronado police purchased five miniature cameras and recorders that go beyond the dashboard cameras that are mounted in patrol cars.
"These cameras actually record what the officer sees at the scene as opposed to the…Continue
Photo from left to right: Michael Privett, Michael Manning and Jane Braun.
Michael Manning, President of Manning Wealth Management, is pleased to announce that Jane Braun has merged her Coronado Wealth Management Group with Manning…
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A woman being held in Mexico for her alleged role in a conspiracy to smuggle Moammar Gadhafi’s son to a coastal resort area maintained a home in Coronado and worked in San Diego.
Gabriela Davila Huerta, 47, has been detained since Nov. 10. According to authorities, she is charged with using false documents to set up bank accounts and purchase properties that would have served as safe homes for Saadi Gadhafi, the son of the late Libyan dictator, who is wanted by…Continue
Coronado SAFE is excited to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the 11th Annual Coronado Peacemaker Awards.
The Peacemaker Awards celebrate people who live or work in Coronado and serve as positive role models for youth by valuing and promoting peaceful communication and the peaceful resolution of conflict with their actions.
Carole Tessicini, Special Projects Coordinator for Coronado SAFE, said that “Peace does not mean total…Continue
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Dr. Eric Paysen, lead Entomologist at Lloyd Pest Control, provides insight and tips to help protect your home against such invaders this winter season.
Pristine, clean and gorgeous…Coronado might be the last area you would expect to harbor rodents. More often than not, these creatures are associated with dirty, unsanitary places. It is not our fault that we buy into this association. Years of iconic movies like Batman with rats running down every ominous alley and old images of…Continue
Note: Taylor Jensen graduated in 2002 from Coronado High School.
ANDORA, Italy – The ASP World Longboard Tour (WLT) Bear Pro presented by Jeep has been won by Kai Sallas (Waikiki, HAW) 30, defeating Taylor Jensen (Coronado, CA) 27, in a high-scoring final 17.17 to 13.50 in clean, small 1-2ft waves at the back up site of Andora, 180kms NW of the main event site in Levanto. Jensen’s runner up finish was sufficient for the talented Californian to clinch his maiden ASP WLT…
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Coronado, CA (December 15, 2011) – The City of Coronado has appointed former Encinitas City Manager Lauren M. Wasserman to the position of interim Director of Public Services until a permanent replacement can be found for Scott Huth.
Huth, who has accepted the City Manager’s position in Del Mar, will leave at the end of December. Huth worked for the City of Coronado for 22 years, 16 as Director of Public Services, a department that consists of 42…Continue
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This heartwarming story and video was recently shared with eCoronado.com. It is very timely as we enter the holiday season as well as consider giving to those in need locally and around the world.Continue
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The San Diego Community Foundation is pleased to announce an innovative way to recognize and support the positive work of local nonprofits in the San Diego community. Ending today, it's hosting the first-ever giveBIG San Diego match day initiative. During the 36-hour period, the public will have an opportunity to make online donations to the WAMPLER FOUNDATION and the San Diego Community Foundation will match all donations in a pro-rated amount. Here’s how the event will…Continue
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The Coronado High School Islanders for Quench and Connect Club held a Harvest dinner for 65 guests at the Coronado Yacht Club on Sunday, November 20th. The dinner was well attended by teachers from CHS, the club members families, and residents of Coronado. The students served a pasta buffet dinner, presenting an overview of the purpose of Quench and Connect and providing a historical perspective on recent events in Uganda. Guests were encouraged to buy T-shirts, water …
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