Coronado News & Stories

Gas from the past now pumps in Coronado

Sinclair's dinosaur mascot first walked the earth in 1932

The Valero gas station in Coronado switched its branding last week. And it has some customers reminiscing about family road trips through the Midwest. The station, at 400 Orange Avenue, had been a Valero station. ...

Husband and wife cheated workers' compensation

Indicted for hiding the existence of 800 hotel workers

Hyok "Steven" Kwon and his wife, Woo Hui "Stephanie" Kwon, were sentenced to prison yesterday (March 15) for concocting and carrying out a complicated scheme to avoid paying workers' compensation insurance premiums and employment taxes ...

Home for sex-trafficking victims in Coronado?

"Living in the Hansen mansion is not realistic and attainable."

At a Wednesday-night forum, Coronado residents learned about the historic Hansen mansion (at 7th Street and A Avenue) becoming a home for sex-trafficking victims. About halfway through the meeting, 80 people were ejected after the ...

"Ugly" windows replace historic in Coronado

"If you allow the appeal to go through, you are setting such a bad example."

In 2007, Nancy Crabill asked to have her house designated historic by the City of Coronado. Ten years later, that designation has come back to haunt her family as they try to fix up the ...

South Bay water cost to drop (and then rise)

Meeting hints at why I.B. and Coronado are suing over sewage

Public attendance at a Thursday evening (February 9) hearing to introduce water rates for Imperial Beach, Coronado, and southwest San Diego for the next three years was so sparse that the public was easily outnumbered ...

Mexican beer, craft beer, and the Trump effect

Industry bigwigs discuss beer's future at Beer Summit

The 2017 Beer Industry Summit took place at the Hotel del Coronado January 29 and 30, bringing together brewing company executives, distributors, financiers, and media for a series of panel discussions and networking opportunities. Among ...

SEAL appeal on the Silver Strand

Special Warfare Command considers traffic in campus construction

If all goes well, sailors will be able to ride the bus into the billion-dollar Special Warfare Command campus being constructed on the Silver Strand between Imperial Beach and Coronado, according to Navy officials at ...

Coronado Shores to fight public restroom

“We are sure Senator John McCain is not in favor..."

Coronado’s plan to build a plaza and restrooms at the ocean end of Avenida del Sol is being challenged by Coronado Shores residents — and two California Coastal Commission members. “You don’t build a bathroom ...

Coronado and Imperial Beach lay claim to sewage

"It's a good idea to consider expanding your water portfolio with wastewater."

The epic battle between the cities of Coronado and Imperial Beach for 200,000 gallons a day of sewage from the U.S. Navy landed in federal court last week, after Imperial Beach countersued Coronado, along with ...

Straight into bed

Caramelized onion and short rib make crazy love together between the buns

"Uh, is that Russian you’re speaking?” Long silence. “Not Russian. Romanian.” The guy looks at me. “Excuse me for saying so, but next time you are not sure, it is better to suggest Czech, or ...

Barrio Loganeños fret over next airborne auto

Coronado bridge speeders persist due to "infinitesimal" ratio of tickets to traffic

More accidents are waiting to happen. That’s what residents say as Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol investigate why a truck flew off the San Diego-Coronado bridge and landed in Chicano Park on October 15. ...

Stranded on the Silver Strand in rush hour

Mayor promises "tactics to move people through town efficiently."

Commuters are fed up with the backed-up traffic on the Silver Strand in Coronado. "5 mph for 45+ minutes is pretty damn bad and inefficient for such a sparsely-populated area," Jessie Lee of Imperial Beach ...

Mobbed-up memories evoked by Trump's SD donor list

Widow who sued Arianna Huffington over Clinton Coronado adultery report kicks in for Hillary

The ghosts of two of San Diego's most controversial real estate moguls live on among the ranks of September San Diego donors to the Clinton and Trump presidential campaigns. Son of a San Diego bootlegger ...

Coronado bridge lighting project out to bid

"What's there now is the original electrical infrastructure that's 50 years old."

Caltrans is planning a $14.6 million project to rewire the 2.12 mile Coronado bridge and swap the span's incandescent lights for LEDs. "The majority of the work is under the bridge where people can't see ...

Coronado wary of granny-flat legislation

Mayor Tanaka sends letter to governor urging veto of SB 1069

Granny flats won’t be pushed out. They keep coming back, even though wealthier cities have thwarted them with a slew of door-slamming zoning codes. Starting next January, a new state law will make it easier ...

Pokémon goes to Coronado and stays there

"That horrible game needs to be banned in this perfect town."

"I'm sorry but ENOUGH IS ENOUGH," wrote Coronado resident Stephanie Laurel Williams on Facebook on August 23rd. "I am a 49 year old surgeon. I went to Vons to get food for school lunches at ...

Coronado Brewing turns 20

Started as a restaurant, wound up a world-champion brewery

August 30 marks 20 years since Rick and Ron Chapman officially launched Coronado Brewing Company as a modest brewpub on Orange Avenue. Today, Coronado is a globally respected craft beer brand, named mid-size brewery of ...

Dumb and tender

“Maine lobster’s sweeter. West Coast lobster can be downright chewy.”

"Over here!” It’s the beautiful Carla. Fresh from her frou-frou session at Diane’s salon (“Diane is the only person in this world who understands my coiffure needs, darling”) here on the Emerald Isle of Coronado. ...

Pedestrian restrictions in Coronado

No-crossing signs are “a prudent measure,” says mayor

In Coronado, pedestrians face new restrictions on crossing two major streets at intersections near the bridge. The roadway, also known as SR-75, runs to and from the bridge along Third and Fourth streets, acting as ...

Sailor Helps Suicidal Man

While others drove on by, Lt. Jordan Walma had to stop.

Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Public Affairs Office P.O. Box 357058 San Diego, CA 92135-7058 (619) 545-3415 Release #: 16-005 June 29, 2016 SAN DIEGO — “I could tell he was distraught as he was crying ...

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