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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

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Dover deaths ruled murder-suicide

The state's medical examiner ruled that Daniel Barnes murdered his girlfriend Meghan Thomas then killed himself at their Palmer Drive home where they were found dead by police Monday morning. According to a release from the attorney general's office, Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Jennie Duval ruled that Thomas, 36, died from stab wounds to her neck and chest and the manner of death was homicide.

Lawmakers delve deeper into debate over whether to repeal N.H. death penalty NEW

The House Criminal Justice committee threw its support behind a bill to repeal the death penalty Tuesday, voting, 12-6, to recommend repeal the government's ultimate punishment after lengthy debate. In a half-hour of measured discussion, committee members dove into what have become well-trod arguments, weighing the moral costs, the potential to deter other criminals, and the costs of carrying out capital punishment.

Eagle Scout project helps My Friends Place

He and his assembled crew of volunteers spent the day removed two banks of windows on a porch and making way for added cabinetry. "I have been a Boy Scout for 10 years," explained Smith, a Dover High School sophomore "and have always wanted to be an Eagle Scout.

Dover police, AG investigating 2 deaths

According to a release from Attorney General Gordon MacDonald and Dover Police Chief Anthony Colarusso, the two bodies were discovered early Monday morning. "The location of the deaths and the names of the deceased are being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

Temple Israel of Dover closing it doors

After 80 years in the Garrison City, Temple Israel of Dover will close in the coming months as preparations are made to unify with the Jewish community at Temple Israel of Portsmouth. The Dover synagogue on Olive Meadow Lane is under agreement to be sold to Honey Tree Learning Center, said to Ken Litvak, president of the Temple Israel Dover board of directors.

Dover parking panel taking up winter parking ban

The city's Parking Commission will begin its discussion on whether the long-standing calendar-based winter parking ban should be changed to a weather event-based ban at its meeting Tuesday morning. Currently, no vehicle is to park on any city street between 1 a.m. to 6 a.m. from Dec. 1 to April 1. The Parking Commission will consider changing its policies to be similar to the cities of Somersworth, Rochester and Portsmouth that only ban parking during snowstorms or to clean up after snowstorms.

DAR recognizes award winners at spring conference

CONCORD – The New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution recognized several award winners at its 117th State Conference. Among them were Rochester resident Patricia Holt and Haley Donovan of Nottingham.

Bridge in Ruth Griffin's name approved by NH lawmakers

Ruth Griffin spent more than four decades in public service, as a state representative and senator, and later for 20 years on New Hampshire's Executive Council. The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted on Thursday to rename the bridge connecting Dover and Newington as the Ruth L. Griffin Bridge.

Mardi Gras to help End 68 Hours of Hunger

DOVER/SOMERSWORTH - The Somersworth and Dover chapters of End 68 Hours of Hunger are joining forces again to put on their 3rd Annual Mardi Gras Party. The big bash happens on Saturday, April 21, from 6-11 p.m. at the Dover Elks Lodge #184.

Hit-and-run victim: 'I was delirious'

After Shane McCall was hit by a car as he crossed Central Avenue in downtown Dover last week, his first instinct was to attempt to get up and walk to his apartment 100 yards away. The black sedan that hit him had already fled the scene.

Temple Israel of Dover closing due to financial difficulties

Vault Motor Storage is seeking to build a new warehouse and operate an auto detailing shop on its existing property along the Daniel Webster Highway.

Dover council to hold hearing on $61m school budget

The City Council will hold a public hearing at its meeting Wednesday night on the Dover School District's $61 million budget. The hearing is a part of the council's ongoing budget season.

Officials push for more medication-assisted opioid treatment in N.H. NEW

It's become a central component of the state's opioid response. People in the throes of substance abuse disorder are given new medications, targeted to cut off any chemical enjoyment of the drugs doing them harm.

OSHA levies $213,000 in fines over deadly crash at Billerica auto auction

A Billerica auto auction company and a New Hampshire staffing firm have agreed to pay about $213,000 in federal fines stemming from an incident in which five people were killed when a SUV careened into a crowd during an indoor auction last May. As part of the settlement released Monday, Lynnway Auto Auction agreed to pay a $200,000 fine imposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration - a reduction from the original $267,081 fine the company faced. The Dover, N.H., staffing firm TrueBlue Inc., doing business as PeopleReady, agreed to pay $12,675 in penalties.

City officials: Rezoning critical for Dover's future

In 1988, the City Council rezoned about 1,000 acres on both sides of Sixth Street from residential to commercial/industrial, land that is now home to Liberty Mutual and the nearby Enterprise Park on Venture Drive. "The council at the time had the desire and knowledge to push through" with the rezoning  from residential to commercial/industrial, Assistant City Manager Chris Parker told a Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce audience in January.

Residents sue Rochester over $115K deal with housing developer

A group of residents have filed an appeal in Strafford County Superior Court in an attempt to overturn a $115,000 deal struck between the city's Planning Board and a local developer. The deal allows the developer of a 53-lot, 72-unit subdivision at 24 Jeremiah Lane to forgo constructing public sidewalks or widened shoulders as a part of the project in exchange for a $115,000 voluntary contribution that the city will use to build a quarter-mile of off-site sidewalks on nearby Franklin Street.

The 12 steps of Heroin Anonymous NEW

The Triangle Club in Dover celebrated its grand reopening in January after undergoing four months of re-construction. The club hosts meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Nicotine Anonymous and was the first in the state to host Heroin Anonymous meetings.

Dover Police release new image of downtown hit-and-run car

Police released a new image of the car they say hit a Dover man crossing Central Avenue downtown on Monday and fled the scene. The car is different than the one Dover police released on Wednesday.

Dover Police Chief to retire June 1

After 33 years with the Dover Police Department, 11 of those years as its chief, Anthony Colarusso, Jr. will retire June 1 from the only police department he worked for. "At some point, you realize it's time.

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