Irma refugee struggles to make Springfield home

Frankie Mayes was given a one-way ticket to wherever he wanted to relocate after the home he shared with his father was filled with flood-waters, when the Category 4 Atlantic hurricane Irma made landfall last year in Florida. The airfare from FEMA was an opportunity for Mayes to rebuild after[Read More…]

Springfield Arts Commission accepting applications

The City is accepting applications to fill two vacancies on its nine-member volunteer Arts Commission The Springfield Arts Commission, which promotes visual and performing arts to enrich cultural awareness in Springfield, is seeking applicants with strong interest in the arts who are willing to help the commission promote arts activities[Read More…]

Springfield church celebrating 150 years

During the mural celebration, guest speaker amd artist, Esteban Camacho Steffensen, is seen with the mural in the background. Funds for the mural came from a grant from the Springfield Rotary Foundation. Steffensen supervised volunteers from the church, A3 High School, and the Rotary Club of Springfield over a three-week[Read More…]

Springfield gets its voice back with new magazine, inside today!

Inside this week’s Chronicle you’ll find our newest publication, Emerald Valley Magazine – Springfield (EVM-Springfield). This publication is a branch off of our other publication, Emerald Valley Magazine – Southern Lane County (EVM-SLC). That magazine focuses on Creswell, Cottage Grove and Pleasant Hill. We’ve published three SLC editions, with more[Read More…]



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