Explore stories and photographs of the Black and African American experience in Springfield and rural east Lane County, from the 1880’s to present day
The Springfield History Museum will be closing its door to the public from January 1 through July 11, 2024 while staff and volunteers work to process and conserve artifacts.
The City of Springfield’s Stormwater Team hopes Springfield businesses take advantage of a recently launched Lane County program to clean storm drains on their property and keep local waterways healthy.
June 19, 2023 was proclaimed Juneteenth Independence Day in Springfield, Oregon. Read on for the full proclamation.
At the June 5 Council meeting, June 2023 was proclaimed LGBTQ+ Pride Month in Springfield, Oregon.
Explore what it means to be Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander in Springfield, Oregon
ILLUMINATION is an annual celebration of community sourced narratives that reflect the plurality of voices in Springfield, Oregon. We use interviews, photographs, and personal objects to share stories that illuminate the intersectionality of our Springfield identity.
Springfield declares August 18, 2022 Never Give Up Day.
Chief Shearer's Statement On Peace Officer's Memorial Day - May 15th "On Peace Officers Memorial Day we honor law enforcement officers who’ve lost their lives in the line of duty. We thank them and their families for the extraordinary sacrifice and selflessness they demonstrated in the service of others. To pay our respects to [...]
Incident: Vehicle Pursuit and Arrest Location: Springfield, Oregon Case Number: 22-3203/22-3204 Date/Time: May 3rd, 2022 / 0743 hours More Information: On Duty Watch Commander 541-726-3714 Completed By: Sergeant Justin Myers ARRESTED: Wynn, Brian Wayne Clinton – 28 years old of Springfield NARRATIVE OF INCIDENT: On [...]