Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Chris Kelly

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Chris is a native San Diegan who has had business ties to Coronado from when the bridge still had a toll. She vowed to herself one day she would make the island her home. Chris has been an entrepreneur for over two decades as a business owner and business/life strategist and coach. Her work has been seen in magazines, blogs, The Seattle Times and The Huffington Post.Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@coronadotimes.com

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Live Like Stan: A Dedicated Memorial Plaque at Stan’s Beach

A beautiful autumn day lent itself as the a perfect backdrop while community and friends gathered to honor a lost friend, mentor, father and...

Navy SEAL Foundation’s New Coronado Office Grand Opening

It was a privilege and an honor to be invited to the ribbon cutting ceremony of the new Navy SEAL Foundation (a 501c3 organization)...

Meet the New Village Elementary Principal – Dr. Heidi Bergener

New Village Elementary Principal Dr. Heidi Bergener was kind enough to take time out of her day to answer a few questions for me...

Mexican Village: All Things New Except the Name

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Bridgeworthy: A New Family Friendly and Fun Reno – Part Two

When I found out Reno was the second half of our trip I was a little hesitant, as I only remembered a worn down...

Bridgeworthy: Family Fun in California and Nevada – Part One

It had been forever since I'd been to North Lake Tahoe and I really didn’t have a clue what I was in for, except...

Coronado Business Has Eyes On Your Property While You Are Gone

 With so many absentee-owned vacation and second homes on the island, Coronado residents Dave and Johanna Evans saw a need they could fill. “OneStop...

Another Family Business Told to Leave – Forget Me Not Closes

Another family-owned business operating in Coronado for more than two decades was given walking papers courtesy of landlord, Kleege Enterprises. July 31 marked the...

Amalo Brew Coffee Now Open at the Coronado Shores Beach Club

EDITOR'S NOTE:  Amalo Brew is longer at this location in the Shores.  They do have a location at the Coronado Library at 640 Orange...

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