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Today’s schedule of sporting events!

Boys Freshman
Oratory Prep School – Away @Oratory Prep School 4:00pm

Boys Junior Varsity
Oratory Prep School – Home @Oratory Prep School 5:30pm

Boys Varsity
Oratory Prep School – Away @Oratory Prep School 7:00pm

Indoor Track
David Brearley HS/Westfield HS – Home @East Gym 4:00pm

For more schedules, visit Jonathan Dayton High School on Schedule Star/BigTeams:

Free Annual Rabies Clinic.

The Township of Springfield will be offering their annual free rabies clinic. Residents may also register their new or existing pets (must provide proof of rabies, spay and/or neuter) at the clinic if they have not done so already. Registration fees are $10 for spayed/neutered and $15 for non spayed/neutered. The clinic will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Chisholm Community Center (100 South Springfield Avenue).

Yesterday’s sports scores!

Boys Junior Varsity
Dayton  47
Arthur L. Johnson HS  38

Boys Varsity
Dayton  41
Arthur L. Johnson HS  73

Girls Varsity
Dayton  56
Linden HS  29

Girls Junior Varsity
Dayton  45
Linden HS  21

Dayton  110
South Plainfield HS  60

Springfield First Aid Squad Holds Installation and Awards Ceremony

On Jan 20, the Springfield First Aid Squad held its annual Officer Installation and Awards Ceremony dinner at the new Hilton Garden Inn in Springfield. It was an opportunity to celebrate the work of the Squad's personnel in 2017 and kick off 2018 on a high note.  The Squad's officers were sworn into office, and individual accomplishments were recognized. Several special guests and community members were honored as well.

Kiddie Academy Grand Opening

On Friday, January 25th at 11 am the Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce held a ceremonial "ribbon cutting" at the Kiddie Academy located at 25 Route 22 East in Springfield.  On hand were Chamber Co-Chairs Scott Seidel and Mike Scalera, Chamber VP Elliot Merkin and Springfield Police Captain Pat McLaughlin and Lieutenant Jon Rachel.   Mike Scalera noted to the Patriot Times "The Chamber has been doing many ribbon cuttings lately, an indication that more businesses are choosing Springfield in which to operate, a very positive sign for our local economy."&nbs

February is American Heart Month

American Heart Month


Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, The Health Department is proudly participating in American Heart Month

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease.

Yesterday’s sports scores Today!!!!

Ice Hockey
Dayton  2
Gill St. Bernard HS  8

For more scores visit the Dayton High School Sports section of<>