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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
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Supreme Court reverses right-to-know decision
The City of Dover will not be forced to make public scoring sheets used in 2014 to evaluate candidates for the superintendent position. The New Hampshire Supreme Court Friday reversed a lower court decision that the documents would be released in accordance with the state's right-to-know laws.NH substance abuse advocate to be Hassan's special guest for Trump speech
Authorities are investigating the death of a 15-month-old boy and whether an illegal daycare was operating at the home where he was found unconscious.Greek-style eatery coming to downtown Dover
The Gyro Spot, a casual Greek restaurant with a location already operating in Manchester, is moving in to the 421 Central Ave. property. "It's a fast, casual Greek restaurant," Lambroulis said.Community Action honors 2 for good deeds
Community Action Partnership of Strafford County presented two awards at its 51st annual meeting on Feb. 7: one to an outstanding community member; the other to an exemplary employee. Patricia Sorensen of Dover is the recipient of the 2016 CAPSC Champion Award for her work with the Grab n' Go Program.Barrington man charged in assault outside Dover bar
Ward 8 Alderman Thomas Katsiantonis and his Grand Slam Pizza business owe more than $427,000 to the state Department of Revenue Administration and face state tax liens, the New Hampshire Union Leader... Thanks to the success of some local hockey teams - the River Drivers and the Mountaineers - the City That Trees Built is increasingly becoming ... (more)Needful Things looks for community support
The Needful Things thrift store on Central Avenue in Dover is hoping to make an investment that would ensure its presence in the Garrison City for years to come. The owner of the 299 Central Ave. property has decided to sell the building, along with the empty building next to the business.COAST to donate fares, food to End 68 Hours of Hunger
End 68 Hours of Hunger is a wonderful program that puts nourishing food in the hands of school children to ensure they have access to food through the weekend. COAST is also collecting food donations for the program at their administrative office at 6 Sumner Drive in Dover.Restaurant, brewery coming to Dover
The owners of The Black Birch restaurant in Kittery, Maine, are branching out into the Garrison City, where they will open a similar eatery called Chapel and Main. The restaurant will be located – predictably – at the corner of Chapel and Main streets in Dover, at the site of the former headquarters of the Dover Democrats in the plaza containing Janetos grocery store and Kendall Pond Pizza.Man charged with assault after bar attack
A man witnesses say was sucker-punched outside a Dover bar on Thursday night is recovering at a hospital in Boston. His alleged attacker has been charged with felony assault. Dover Police Lt.Motive for Farmington murders remains a mystery
Why a Dover man would kill two women in this Farmington home is still unknown, as police records have been sealed at Strafford County Superior Court.Dover man seriously injured in head-on collision in Rochester
The New Hampshire Supreme Court has rejected the latest appeal of Robert Breest, who was seeking a new trial for the 1971 murder of Susan Randall, who's partially clothed body was found on... Team officials unveiled what Fisher Cats President Mike Ramshaw called "the biggest, boldest renovation project in team history" - a nearly $1 million effort ... (more)Dover man badly hurt in Rochester crash
A Dover man was transported to the hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries after his car collided with a box truck Friday morning. According to the initial investigation by Rochester Police, Josiah Davies, 27, of Dover, was driving south on Rochester Hill Road in a Ford Focus when he crossed the center line into the northbound lane and collided with a Kenworth T370 cargo truck operated by Raymond Bishop, 67, of Strafford, who was traveling northbound.Upcoming auditions at Hackmatack Playhouse
The artistic director of Hackmatack Playhouse knows that an actor whose youth is clearly in the rearview mirror may have an extra challenge finding available roles. For this actor, Crystal Lisbon has a message: Hackmatack will be auditioning this spring for summer shows that feature numerous characters clearly beyond their 20s.Downtown Dover suffers power outage
According to the Dover Police Department, Eversource crews were working to repair a downed power line on Second Street around 1:30 p.m. Police said the repairs would not take long, and power would be back within a few hours. Several businesses along Central Avenue and Main Street lost power around noon Thursday, including the Foster's Daily Democrat office at 11 Main Street.Former Blouin building in Rollinsford repurposed
The former Blouin building in Rollinsford is sporting brand new windows, a new color scheme and is undergoing renovations inside. Developer Jeff Apsey bought the building in 2016 from M. F. Blouin, a manufacturer of acrylic and wooden sign holders.Monthly art walk kicks off in March
Dover residents will soon have a monthly opportunity to take in work from local artists while touring through several downtown businesses. Starting March 3, Dover will host a monthly art walk from 5-8 p.m. on the first Friday of each month.Weather delays St. Charles demolition
It has been more than two weeks since the majority of St. Charles Church in Dover was demolished, but the two steeples and the back part of the building remain a part of the Central Avenue skyline. Pine Brook Corporation, the firm in charge of the project, was expected to be ready to complete demolition last week, but Dover building official James Maxfield said weather caused delays in preparation.
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