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Oceanside, Coronado, state closing beaches; restaurant workers will have to wear facial coverings... [Read More]
The City of Coronado announced Friday evening that it will close its beaches in an effort to curb the spread of coronavirus. [Read More]
By Roger Lanse According to a U.S. Department of Justice press release, Raul Sierra Garcia, 20; Jesus Nuyes Ortijo, 25; Manuel Coronado Miranda, 43,... [Read More]
On March 13, 2020 Coronado Unified School District, along with most other districts in the county, notified families that all district schools would be closed... [Read More]
Stay Safe, Shop LocalThe Coronado Chamber of Commerce and Coronado MainStreet have pages dedicated to local restaurants and businesses, those that are open, their hours,... [Read More]
Coronado Promenade Concerts President Cathy Brown is a relentlessly positive person, who with assistance from her Board Members is prepared to celebrate the 'Fan Favorite... [Read More]
This week we're continuing our series of past Nado Natterings columns that reflect some of the better teams in Coronado High School's rich athletic history.... [Read More]
Brought to you from a safe social distance by Coronado Island Film Festival, this marks the second in a series of suggested "viewing opportunities" available... [Read More]
Last week, after some of the storms hit Coronado, a sailboat washed ashore along the Silver Strand State Beach. [Read More]
Coronado residents are doing a sterling job of supporting local restaurants and cafés with takeout orders at this most crucial time, so we'd like to... [Read More]
Social distancing is crucial in the fight against coronavirus... [Read More]
Barbara Jeanne Anderson RN, 77, of Coronado, died peacefully on Sunday, March 15, 2020, in the family home built in the 1920's, where she had... [Read More]
The Coronado Unified School District is committed to making sure that students continue to experience the care and commitment of our teachers and staff, and... [Read More]
Mr. Rogers would be proud of Coronado as neighbors come together in this time of national crisis. Neighbor to Neighbor, referred to as N2N, is... [Read More]
The Coronado Public Library is much more than just a building. While we are unable to get together in person, we've been working on ways... [Read More]
When The Coronado Chamber of Commerce launched its social media competition to win an exclusive Orange Ave beach towel, one Californian went above and beyond... [Read More]
With more time on our hands since COVID-19, everyone is looking for something to do. Battle Axe Coronado, which opened last month before the stay... [Read More]
Last week's edition of the Coronado Eagle & Journal was filled with information about COVID-19 and important resources for Coronado residents. Because the edition included... [Read More]
The guests may be temporarily absent, but the ducks and flamingoes are still enjoying their stay at the Coronado Island Marriott, much to the enjoyment... [Read More]
The City had begun its Safe at Home but Not Alone community outreach to connect with the community through programming on Coronado TV and via... [Read More]
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