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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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Towns/Cities near dover, new hampshire : Somersworth Durham Gonic Rochester Newmarket
Dover Scout takes on 'Little Library' project
A Dover teen recently did a community library project that will soon earn him the rank of Eagle Scout while greatly benefiting the Dover community. Matthew Clement, 15, is a sophomore at Dover High School and a Scout since age 6. Matt has a family history in Eagle Scouting with several uncles who have achieved the organization's highest rank, and a grandfather who was a Scoutmaster.Geologist brings large display to Dover shop
Visitors to the Earth Harmony and Wellness at Oasis Shoppe in Dover on Saturday got a chance to see and buy rocks and minerals from the collection of one the country's renowned geologist and collectors. Jerry Marchand, of West Hampton, Mass., brought his rock and mineral show to the Sixth avenue shop at the request of owner Dianne Chalifour, who features many smaller versions of what Marchand brought to show on Saturday, as part of her own stock.Simpson joins Hyder Family Hospice board
Bank of New Hampshire announced that Leslie Simpson, assistant vice president - Rochester office manager, has joined the board for Friends of Hyder Family Hospice House in Dover. Simpson is a longtime New Hampshire resident and fully believes in the mission of the Hospice House.Somersworth girl is a dance champ
Hannah Saunders, a student at the McDonough-Grimes School of Irish Dance in Dover, recently rose to the 6th and top level of Irish dance, Open Champion. Her instructor, former Riverdance cast member and certified Irish dance teacher John Grimes, said he is pleased and impressed with Hannah's rapid progress in this art form.Swing and swaying at the park
Dancers turned and twirled to the tunes of Swing Rocket Friday, as the 2017 Cochecho Arts Festival hit the halfway mark. The Cochecho Arts Festival is produced by the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce and 2017 marks 31 years of bringing entertainment to downtown Dover.Your Corner: The Night a Ninja Turtle Came to Life
It's been almost 34 years since a ninja turtle was born in a house in Dover, New Hampshire one November night. Sitting in his studio in San Diego, Eastman told NBC 7 about what started as nothing more than an attempt to make his friend, Peter Laird, laugh that night in 1983.Scammell Bridge getting overhead sign
Work crews that forced lane shifts on the Scammel Bridge during the last several weeks are there to prepare an overhead sign that is part of the Spaulding Turnpike widening project. The sign will give eastbound motorists on the bridge directions on how to navigate the lanes of a roundabout that will be built to replace the current traffic lights at the intersection of Route 4, Spur Road, and Boston Harbor Road.Storm fells trees, no injuries reported
Road closures were reported in the Dover area after a fast-moving storm swept through the area this afternoon, which toppled trees and made roads difficult to pass. Dover Police Chief Anthony Colarusso, Jr. said that police have closed Tolend Road, French Cross Road, Glenn Hill Road and a partial closure at Dean Drive.Storm makes quick strike
A fast moving storm Thursday afternoon downed a number of trees that blocked roads, took down power lines and hit homes and cars, with parts of Dover, Barrington and Madbury being the hardest hit. About thirty percent of Barrington's power was still out at 9:40 p.m. on Thursday, about five hours after the storm went through; both Dover and Madbury had about 230 customers each out of power.Dozens rescued from risky currents at Hampton Beach
Two state troopers who shot and killed a Portsmouth man outside the state liquor store in Hampton last month were justified in using deadly force, officials from the state Attorney General's Office... Mentors aren't hard to come by in professional baseball.Dover museum-goers 'touch' the ocean
Although the Great Bay and its Wildlife refuge is some four miles away, this day the Woodman's campus teemed with aquatic information as the UNH Marine Docents brought hands-on to the venerable museum. Visitors from as far away as France arrived to touch, learn and experience starfish, horseshoe crabs, lobsters, squid and other marine mammals as the more than 30 expert docents, including Ed Rowan, gave interesting and educational descriptions of things like the big and little claws on a lobster while holding up a rapidly moving crustacean.Customer Service Center at Dover City Hall to open this fall
Residents will soon enjoy a more convenient way to access some of the most utilized services at City Hall. Construction of a new Customer Service Center at City Hall is now under way and on schedule to open this fall.Police: 6-year-old boy revived from possible overdose
Police say they were called to an apartment early Wednesday for an unresponsive child. Police say it's unclear how the boy became incapacitated.New hotel opens on Silver Street
The Garrison Hotel celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, two weeks after the new hotel opened on Silver Street in Dover. It's a resurrection of a building that was a hotel for decades, then became a dormitory for the now-closed McIntosh College, and then fell into disrepair.AG searching Farmington property where 2 were slain
Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and State Police Col. Christopher J. Wagner issued a joint press release at 11:44 a.m. Tuesday to announce the search was being executed at 979 Meaderboro Road.Controversial mural on post office wall may have interpretive text added
This panel, titled "Cruel Adversity," has been a hot topic in Durham. Officials hope the post office will add interpretive text to contextualize the image.Mass. driver ejected in Spaulding Turnpike crash
A man was transported to the hospital with significant injuries after being ejected in a single-vehicle crash that temporarily closed a section of the Spaulding Turnpike southbound between Rochester and Dover. Assistant Dover Fire Chief Paul Haas said emergency crews arrived at the crash scene at about 10:55 a.m., about four minutes after being dispatched to the scene.
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