New Tempe Y chief stresses health, community as No. 1 cornerstone

To many, staying in shape is at the top of the priority list. Keeping healthy and active in both mind and body is important across the...

For hometown heart doc, career is all in the family

By Diana Nelson It’s not every doctor who can say that they practice medicine in their hometown, but it’s true of Dr. Dan Sraow, a...

Lifesaving Narcan boosts Tempe PD’s efforts to counter lethal threat of opioid incidents

Every Tempe police officer will soon carry a supply of lifesaving naloxone for people who overdose on opioids as part of a comprehensive federal grant...

Town Lake turns 20: From river bottom to Valley’s recreation and development centerpiece

Special coverage by Wrangler News staff A Town Lake celebratory wish: Happy birthday! Tempe Town Lake turns 20 years old this year and a celebratory...

Area church to hold Nov. 3 service for families with special-needs members

A religious service geared toward children with special needs will now be a regular feature at St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church in West Chandler.

Beating daughter’s disease creates ‘tidal wave’ of concern, hope

By Joyce Coronel “Please can we go to the park, Daddy? Pleeeease?” Such is the plea parents in 2019 may long to hear. In a milieu...

Dayspring, Temple Emanuel congregants join forces to promote good for All Saints Day

By Janie Magruder On a recent warm autumn afternoon, Xhris Castillejo paused in the courtyard of Dayspring United Methodist Church in Tempe before entering Yom Kippur services....

Local Hall of Fame honorees share myriad experiences, skills, successes

Three Tempe residents and one from West Chandler are among the 11 alumni and community members who were welcomed into Mesa Community College’s Hall...

WATCH: Downtown Chandler widens its appeal to Friday night funlovers

By M.V. Moorhead Early in the morning these days, or even after dark, it’s comfortable to be outdoors. Sometimes in the middle of the day, clouds pass...

Alternative plan for teens who don’t see a college degree in their future

By Janie Magruder The sky’s the limit for Erica Diaz, a senior at Marcos de Niza High School. 17-year-old has a plan for her life...
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