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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
Rochester: Amazon Park trailers unsuitable for year-round residences

The same holds true for an apartment complex or a year-round campground like Amazon Park, according to city officials, who say they want to ensure life safety fire codes and building codes are met across the municipality. Having more consistent code enforcement is something City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick initiated when he started with the city in 2012.

Stamps of approval at Great Bay Stamp Club show

The Great Bay Stamp Club is an old and well-established club. Member Wayne Hoyt of Dover said it started sometime in the 1930s in Dover.

Around Town: Carnegie and a slew of city projects

At a workshop session of the Dover City Council Wednesday, Library Director Cathy Beaudoin said Dover was one of many towns that benefited from Carnegie's philanthropy after amassing his fortune in the steel industry. Beaudoin said the Rochester library looks similar to Dover's because it, too, is considered to be a Carnegie library.

Area students celebrate Earth Day

For more than 10 years, Dover's Horne Street Elementary School has been celebrating Earth Day, and Friday was no exception, except that Mother Earth decided that all needed an example of what she does to keep all systems "go" on the planet and decided to drop a little rain on the day. More than 30 volunteers as well as almost 500 students spent the day cleaning and raking; filling up trucks with debris, and generally spiffing up the front as well as the rear of the property.

Stonewall Kitchen opens new Dover facility

Stonewall Kitchen Friday afternoon hosted a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony at its new facility off Mast Road in Dover. Lori King, president of the specialty food company based in York, Maine, said 60 full-time employees will work from the Dover location, with up to 150 jobs during peak season.

Fiddlehead Farms moving to Somersworth

In the style of a public market co-op, they offered fresh produce, a bakery, a deli, and groceries, including a lot of specialty and gourmet product lines, and a variety of fine wine. The new location, at 451 High Street, is home to Empire Beauty School and Bad Lab Beer. Bad Lab is a microbrewery and tasting room, but is under renovation to include a restaurant.

Two more departments present budgets

Doug Steele, director of community services, and Cathy Beaudoin, library director, outlined their departments' budget requests for the upcoming fiscal year. The community services department general fund request for fiscal year 2018 totals $7,154,000, which represents a $185,194 increase, or 2.7 percent, from last year.

The Wizard of Oz lands in Dover

There's no place like home! Based on the 1939 film, the musical "The Wizard of Oz" is coming to St. Thomas Aquinas High School. Dorothy, Toto and all her friends will travel down the yellow brick road while a rich cast of characters delightfully intercepting her journey at every step.

Dover man charged in Somersworth a touchinga incident

A Dover man has been charged with sexual assault for allegedly "touching a female inappropriately" inside a local grocery store, according to a Somersworth Police press release issued Wednesday morning. Somersworth Police Capt.

Crash knocks out power in Dover

Due to a motor vehicle crash power is out on a portion of Henry Law Avenue, Back Road and Main Street, police announced early Wednesday morning. Crews from Everscource are on scene and power is expected to be back on by 8 a.m., according to Dover police Capt.

Agreement reached in The Page wrongful death suit

The cited law also notes the settlement resulted with the lawsuit being dismissed with prejudice, meaning the dismissal is permanent and the suit can not be brought back to court.  The civil suit was brought by David and Cheryl Krantz, whose son Joshua died at age 24 on April 5, 2013, hours after Zachary O'Neill beat Krantz during an "attack" at The Page, which has since closed. Police said Krantz later died at his Dover home, his cause of death was "a fractured skull resulting in an acute epidural hematoma" and his manner of death was homicide. In January 2014, O'Neill was sentenced to 10½ to 22 years in prison for Krantz's death.

Moms on the Run has new host

A Mother's Day tradition will continue this year in the Garrison City. The 11th annual Moms On the Run 5K Run/Walk will take over the streets of Dover, this time hosted by Zebra Crossings.

News | Robert Whitcomb: New Main Streets; Lifespan's Threat; & University Bloat

Louis Hyman, an economic historian and the director of the Institute for Workplace Studies at Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations, has a useful piece in the April 9 New York Times headlined "The Myth of Main Street: Don't Listen to President Trump. Going back to the good old days will cost us.'

a Eggscellenta breakfast with the Easter Bunny

This is the second year the church has held its breakfast with the bunny event and a new feature of Saturday morning gave the children a chance to color their own eggs to bring home in addition to visiting with, and having their picture taken with the Easter Bunny. "This is a great way to reach out," Hunt said.

Dover Youth2Youth celebrates 25 years

The youth-driven organization that works to promote healthy lifestyles and the dangers of drug abuse to their peers celebrated 25 years of service on Friday. Dover Youth2Youth started in 1992 and soon became a driving force locally, statewide and even nationally, said Dana Mitchell, the prevention coordinator for the Dover Police Department, which operates the program.

Around Town: Beach whales and a busy week

Fun Fact: On Aug. 26, 1930, a whale washed up along the banks of the Cocheco River as the tide went out. The whale in question was 31 feet, 6 inches long and 6 feet wide.

Dovera s Youth to Youth to celebrate 25 years

The students of the Dover Police Department's Youth to Youth Program will highlight 25 years of efforts to prevent the harm caused by underage drinking, tobacco use, and drug misuse in the Dover area with an open house at the McConnell Center cafeteria on Friday April 14, according to a press release from the program. The public is invited to the event, which will be held from 3-6 p.m. Attendees may come and go during those times.

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