Joyce Coronel

Joyce Coronel has been interviewing and writing stories since she was 12, and she’s got the scrapbooks to prove it. The mother of five grown sons and native of Arizona is passionate about local news and has been involved in media since 2002, coming aboard at Wrangler News in 2015. Joyce believes strongly that newspapers are a lifeline to an informed public and a means by which neighbors can build a sense of community—vitally important in today’s complex world.
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Hospitalized for 134 days, he beat odds in battle against COVID-19

Dr. Chirag Patel, a thoracic surgeon at Chandler Regional and St. Joseph’s Norton Thoracic Institute, says for those who aren’t taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously: Please do. Your life may depend on it.

Lovebirds of more than 60 years recall falling hard when Cupid’s arrow hit

Valentine’s Day is nearly here and lovelorn residents of Tempe and West Chandler can only hope they become as fortunate as North Chandler Place senior-living center residents Ron and Darlene Johnson and Bud and Irene Woods, who've been married for more than six decades each.

Chandler’s Change Up program aims to break the cycle of homelessness

Chandler's Change Up Campaign is focused on breaking the cycle of homelessness.

Putting teeth into dental advisory: Poor oral health in pandemic costly

Two Tempe dentists remind public not to forget about teeth, oral health during COVID-19 pandemic.

Irked S. Tempe equestrian-property owners tell city: Tear down this wall

Angry South Tempe equestrian lovers tell Tempe City Council that a homeowner's block wall encroaches on one of their favorite bridle paths.

What are your hopes for new year? Chandler, Tempe leaders weigh in

Chandler and Tempe leaders weigh in on their hopes for the new year.

Chandler city manager Reed retiring

Chandler is looking for a new city manager after Marsha Reed, city manager since 2016, announced that she is resigning effective March 4.

Chandler Regional frontline workers among first to get COVID-19 vaccine

Chandler Regional Medical Center frontline health-care workers will be among the first in the Valley to receive the long-awaited vaccine for COVID-19.

Joyce Coronel

Joyce Coronel has been interviewing and writing stories since she was 12, and she’s got the scrapbooks to prove it. The mother of five grown sons and native of Arizona is passionate about local news and has been involved in media since 2002, coming aboard at Wrangler News in 2015. Joyce believes strongly that newspapers are a lifeline to an informed public and a means by which neighbors can build a sense of community—vitally important in today’s complex world.
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