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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
GoFundMe started for Dover bicyclist struck by car

A Dover family has launched a crowd sourcing fundraiser to help support Robert Brigham, who was hit by a car while riding his bicycle to work last month. Brigham, 34, of Dover, remains in a semi-comatose state and has injuries that may affect him for the rest of his life, according to Melanie Nason, Brigham's sister.

In the North Country and statewide, demand grows for locally sourced foods, especially meats

Nathan Varney, executive chef at the Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa in Whitefield, poses March 20 in front of a table full of locally-sourced foods that he prepared for the annual meeting of the North Country Farmers Cooperative.

Rollinsford centenarian receives Boston Post Cane

Kathryn Gregorakos Kameris became the recipient of the town's Boston Post Cane on Sunday at a very special birthday party. The party, held at the American Legion Post 47, was a celebration of Kameris' 100th birthday.

Low Seacoast unemployment rate has a down side

Unemployment rates continue to drop across the Seacoast, but while having fewer people without jobs sounds like a good thing, experts worry the long-term effects of near-full employment could be detrimental to the region's economy. According to the state Department of Employment Security, all Seacoast cities experienced unemployment rates in February below 3 percent, and most towns came in below that number as well.

Around Town: Dover history and chicken wings

The city's current government was introduced in 1948, according to information compiled by the Dover Public Library. Before that, the city operated under a strong mayor government.

PainCare official arrested for alleged fentanyl a kickbacksa

The subject of three civil lawsuits, former physician assistant Christopher Clough was arrested Friday on charges alleging he received cash "kickbacks," in exchange for prescribing a fentanyl-based pain spray to patients "in violation of federal law," announced Acting U.S. Attorney John Farley. Clough, 43, of Dover, is charged with one count of conspiracy to pay and receive kickbacks and seven counts of receipt of kickbacks, according to the indictment.

Wal-Mart to offer online grocery shopping and curbside pickup in Epping

The Epping store is among the first in New Hampshire to implement the new online ordering program that's similar to others at competing supermarkets like Hannaford, which began offering its "Hannaford to Go" at some of its local stores in recent years.

Guard arraigned on charges of smuggling drugs into Dover jail

Mayor Ted Gatsas says he is using personal funds to refund campaign contributions that were improperly used during his run for the Republican gubernatorial nomination last year.

Weston hosting Coffee with the Mayor

Mayor Karen Weston will be speaking to Dover residents Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Police Station Conference Room on Orchard Street.

City approves LED lighting

The Somersworth City Council on Monday approved a deal with Affinity LED Lighting of Dover to convert 749 streetlights to LED, which stands for "light emitting diode."  LED lights consume less electricity and last longer than conventional bulbs.  The cost of the project is $181,882, but at the request of City Manager Bob Belmore, the council approved $200,000 to include a contingency so that the city can handle any street lights that might not be on the Eversource ledger.

Dover budget proposal 2.6 percent over tax cap

City Manager Michael Joyal Wednesday night presented the City Council with a proposed fiscal year 2018 budget that is $2.9 million over the tax cap. The total proposed budget for the City of Dover is $139,501,461, representing an increase of 2.6 percent over fiscal year 2017.

Author speaking at Dover library about his latest book

Local author Rodney K. Watterson will be speaking at the Dover Public Library on Wednesday, March 29, about his most recent book "Boomtown Portsmouth: The World War II Transformation of a Quiet New England Seaport." Watterson's presentation will draw from his recently published book, "Boomtown Portsmouth," emphasizing the wartime transformation that revitalized the city and enabled it to move so boldly into the future that it enjoys today.

N.H.'s Immigration Detention Facility Saw Spike In February

The number of people detained in New Hampshire by federal immigration authorities since Donald Trump took office was greater than the number detained any of the previous six months. Immigration officials across Northern New England often send detainees to the Strafford County Jail in Dover.

Calefa s Country Store purchases tax credits to fight drug addiction

Strafford Economic Development Corporation, a regional development nonprofit based out of Dover, is pleased to announce that Calef's Country Store of 606 Franklin Pierce Highway, Barrington, has purchased tax credits. Their donation will support a new position at SEDC to assist drug treatment centers with their finances through budgeting, business planning, internal controls, auditing and procurement.

New breakfast-lunch restaurant coming to Dover

A popular breakfast and lunch restaurant with three locations in the state will launch a fourth site in the building formerly occupied by Uno's Pizzeria & Grill on Indian Brook Road. Tucker's, which operates locations in Hooksett, New London and Concord, was first launched in 2014.

Wizard Rock concert set for Dover library

Put on your wizard robes, wave your wands in the air and get ready to Wrock out - Wizard Rock that is! Join wizard rock musicians Ashley Trix and the Wzrds, and Grace Kendall at Dover Public Library on Wednesday, March 22, at 7 p.m. for a free Wrock concert. Songs performed not only include Harry Potter, but also takes on Lemony Snicket's The Series of Unfortunate Events and other popular culture references such as Pokémon.

Coders and librarians team up to save scientific data

Leaders are worried that potential cuts to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's budget will hurt coastal communities.

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