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Originally home to the Abenaki Native Americans the first Europeans arrived in Dover in 1603. The first permanent settlement was set up twenty years later in1623 and is the oldest permanent settlement in the state of New Hampshire and the seventh oldest in the entire United States. The Cochecho River helped to spur industrial development of the area as its falls were used to power early mills. Today the city is home to the Woodman Institute Museum and the Children's Museum of New Hampshire

Population: 26884
Local Newspapers: Foster's Daily Democrat
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Towns/Cities near dover, new hampshire : Somersworth Durham Gonic Rochester Newmarket

Dover News
Ramp work to require Route 4 detour at Exit 6

Beginning at approximately 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17, eastbound and westbound Route 4 traffic seeking to access the Spaulding Turnpike southbound is being detoured onto Boston Harbor Road at the intersection of Route 4, Boston Harbor Road and Spur Road. Motorists will follow the detour approximately one-quarter mile along Boston Harbor Road to a temporary access ramp near the Department of Motor Vehicles that will lead them back onto the Spaulding Turnpike southbound.

Family Night honors Dover's true superheroes

Family Night was Thursday at Woodman Park Elementary School as well as "superheroes night," but there was nary a Superman, Batman or Power Ranger to be seen. "According to the dictionary," said Spargo, "a hero is a person who is admired for their courage, personal achievements or noble qualities." The cafeteria at the school was filled to overflowing with parents, teachers, family friends and community residents.

Multi-Group Effort Presents Youth To Youth Program

Members of the Dover Youth to Youth Program talked to students and parents inside the Reg Lenna on Thursday.

Andrews Parker to lead Dover Holiday Parade

Betsey Andrews Parker, executive director of Community Action Program Dover Children's Center, will be the 2017 Grand Marshal for the Dover Holiday Parade. "It is with great honor that Betsey will be leading the Holiday Parade in Dover this year.

OR school district votes to explore co-op football program

The national debate surrounding the sport of football was front and center at the Oyster River Cooperative School Board meeting Wednesday night. The board voted 6-2 in favor to explore the possibility of forming a cooperative varsity football program with another district - possibly Portsmouth or Dover.

Student wins $3,000 so far on TV show

The local sixth-grader and a contestant on the TV show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" began the first of her two-day appearance on Wednesday during its "Whiz Kids Week." Ally Brown, 11, of Dover and a student at Portsmouth Christian Academy, answered three correct questions on the TV show that airs on ABC and garnered $3,000. Brown's taping took place in August when she was still 10, she told Foster's on Tuesday, but she can't say how well she did until after the segments air.

Jingle Bell Express to take families on magical ride

The third annual Jingle Bell Express will take families on a magical, wintery ride on a C&J Buslines double-decker bus from the Children's Museum of NH, to the Cochecho Country Club to hear a reading of the classic children's holiday story, The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg. Families will enjoy refreshments, receive a keepsake gift and a visit from a very special guest.

Volunteers, businesses illuminate downtown Dover

The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce City Lights Committee, businesses, and volunteers from the community came together on Monday, Nov. 13, to decorate the downtown with holiday lights. The hanging of the lights is made possible through the Chamber of Commerce City Lights Committee, the City of Dover, Martineau Electric, and Leavitt Electrical Contractors.

Paving closes portion of Dover's Chestnut Street

Community Services will close Chestnut Street in Dover, north of the Locust Street fork behind City Hall, on Tuesday, Nov. 14, for paving,weather permitting. Saint Thomas Street will be open, but accessible only from the north side.

Drug task force makes drug and other arrests

The Strafford County Drug Task Force announced the arrests of five people and the seizure of drugs and cash based on investigations over the past month. Two of the arrests were for allegedly possessing illicit drugs, two were for the alleged possession of controlled drugs with intent to sell and the last was for allegedly not paying child support, according to a release from the Strafford County Sheriff's Office .

'Diary of Anne Frank' to be performed at STA

St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover will soon present performances of "The Diary of Anne Frank" at the school. St. Thomas Aquinas High School's Theater Department will present the play on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 16-17, and transport its audience to a space and time in history that most wish could be forgotten.

The Nook is Dover's newest restaurant

The Nook, a new restaurant at the corner of Washington and Locust streets in Dover, has officially opened its doors. Tammy Johnson, once employed by Claire and Don Graham, who owned of the now closed Week's restaurant in the same location, is now the owner of The Nook, and has been working hard to get her restaurant off the ground since it was sold to her in September.

Awareness + action = good deeds in Dover

Many words are used to describe why one contributes time, money or effort to a good cause. Payback is one of the most recent buzz words.

Dover dedicates new Veterans Park

Each year, the city celebrates Veterans Day and 2017 was no different in that respect. This day, however, was more significant as it was also the long-awaited community recognition and dedication of Veterans Park, which pays homage to the contributions of veterans of all services.

Around Town: Obama, 'Zombie Adam West' get Dover votes

Barack Obama received a vote for City Council at-large, Hillary Clinton received a vote for Ward 5 Supervisor of the Checklist and John Oliver, the comedian, political commentator and TV host, received a vote for Ward 5 Moderator. Those are some of the fun write-in votes tallied from Tuesday's municipal election in Dover.

Dover winter parking ban begins Dec. 1

City Community Services Director John Storer and Police Chief Anthony F. Colarusso, Jr. announced that the winter parking ban will begin citywide Dec. 1, 2017, and conclude April 1, 2018. The ban requires that no vehicle be parked on any city street or sidewalk between the hours of 1 and 6 a.m., and is not limited to nights with snow in the forecast.

Dover's McConnell Center to close on Saturday

The McConnell Center in Dover will be closed on Saturday so utility crews can connect a new generator to the facility. Dover Fire Chief Eric Hagman said the fire department secured a $100,000 grant from the N.H. Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to help purchase a 400-kilowatt generator to power the building during an outage.

Dover firefighters honored for rescue

The rescue of a distraught person off the General Sullivan bridge in Dover last year earned the rescue team local and state recognition this year. On Wednesday evening, the Dover City Council and city manager praised the efforts of Dover Fire and Rescue's "B-shift" for the challenging rope rescue that saved a person's life on Sept.

Dover Democrats to hear about education in city

The Dover Democratic Committee will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. to learn more about the state of education in Dover. The meeting, which is open to the public, will be at the Dover Public Library Lecture Hall, 73 Locust St. in Dover.

Officials report low turnout Tuesday

As expected, the Tri-Cities saw low turnout for Tuesday's election, although officials say the unofficial totals were consistent with previous municipal elections. Of the three cities, Dover saw the largest turnout at about 14.99 percent .

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