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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
A significant accomplishment

Counselors and directors lined the stage of Dover High School's auditorium to congratulate the 2018 graduates of Dover Adult Learning Center. The significance of the graduates achievement was reflected on their faces through hugs, smiles and cheers.

Dover waterfront developer could be selected Tuesday

The Cocheco Waterfront Development Advisory Committee at its Tuesday evening meeting is scheduled to select its preferred firm to develop the broad swath of city-owned waterfront land just outside of downtown. If either Cathartes or Summit Land Development are chosen as the preferred developer, the Cocheco Waterfront Development Advisory Committee would then begin the process of creating an agreement, which could take some time to finalize.

Good news in jobless-rate hike

The headline coming out of the May jobs report last week was that the New Hampshire unemployment rate ticked up to 2.7 percent.

Letter: Vote Roundy in District 17

To the voters of Senate District 17: Chris Roundy of Nottingham, an attorney with a practice in Dover, will be the Democratic candidate for state Senate from District 17 and will oppose incumbent Sen. John Reagan in November. Why should the voters of the district support Chris and oppose Sen. Reagan? Here are five reasons: 1) Reagan opposes "stricter gun control laws."

NH gets $23m boost to battle opioid crisis epidemic

Used syringes are collected by volunteers for the Hand-Up syringe services program in Dover and Rochester.

Dover leaders consider raising smoking age from 18 to 21

People under the age of 21 will not be able to buy or use tobacco products if a proposed ordinance sponsored by the mayor is passed.

Red Cross' 'Missing Types' campaign stresses need for donations of every blood type

Dover officials hope to move forward with a feasibility study to see if they can power all municipal buildings and schools with solar energy.

Downtown Dover getting veterinary clinic

The city will be getting a new business downtown that it hasn't had in recent memory - a veterinary clinic. Dr. Timothy Hunt, the owner and only veterinarian for the clinic, wants to open on July 1, but the facility is still under construction through a private contractor and that date is not final.

Ski NH: ridership down five percent in 2017-2018 at 34 member alpine and cross-country areas

A Nashua woman did her own investigating and was able to locate and retrieve her stolen Shih Tzu, Nikko, from a Methuen, Mass., residence.

New duo Novel/Novella to play first live show in Dover June 16 Updated at

If nothing else, 2018 has introduced to one of the most exciting new musical projects happening here in the Seacoast area. Said project is the duo Novel/Novella, which features vocalist Taylor O'Donnell and multi-instrumentalist and circuit-bending shaman Nick Phaneuf.

Dover officials hope to power city-owned property with solar energy

The state's unemployment rate ticked up to 2.7 percent in May. That matched the May 2017 rate but topped April's 2.6 percent mark.

Dover couple raises pup to help a veteran

When most people get an adorable 8-week-old puppy, they envision living with and enjoying their pet for the dog's natural life. That was not the case for Gretchen and Andre Lamothe, a Dover couple who raised a service dog to give to a veteran suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder .

Sex offender who served decades arrested after moving to Dover apartment and failing to register

Four runs over the first two innings and another solid performance from starter Bobby Cliche helped the second-seeded Blue Hawks repeat as Division I champions with a 6-2 win over top-seeded Bedford... A specialty Granite State distillery on Monday launched its latest craft spirit - Eau De Musc, a high-end, 88-proof bourbon flavored in part by the ... (more)

Dover Police: Sex offender failed to report his address

Police arrested a Dover man on a charge of failing to comply with sex offender registration laws, according to Police Chief William Breault. Charles Paul, 52, of 6 Western Avenue #4, Dover, was convicted of two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault in Rockingham County Superior Court in 1987.

'Hot Diggity Dog Day' planned for June 23 in Dover

Residents are invited to support downtown Dover businesses at Dover Main Street's "Hot Diggity Dog Day" event on Saturday, June 23, at the Cocheco Mill Courtyard on Central Avenue. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dover Main Street will host Hot Diggity Dog Day, which will consist of hot dogs, cotton candy, popcorn, sno-cones, soda, water, face painting, kid-friendly games, a dunk tank, food drive, raffle, and more.

Celebrate 60 years of Great Bay Yacht Club

Dig out from the barn, garage or wherever you have stored your Merry Mac, Nutshell Pram, Sunfish or other small sailing vessel and join the Great Bay Yacht Club 60th Anniversary Celebration Regatta on Saturday, July 28, at Hilton Park in Dover. The rain date is Sunday, July 29. Registration begins at 10 a.m. Races begin at noon.

Take a walking tour of historic Dover

The Saturday morning walking tours begin at 10:30 a.m. Three different, 90-minute walking tours will be offered throughout the summer, and take place from one of three The June 9 tour leaves from the Woodman Museum, located at 182 Central Ave. in Dover. Take a guided stroll that will feature information about construction, architectural techniques, and the historic significance of those who built or occupied these buildings, the earliest of which was constructed in 1785.

Dover Rising Waters initiative holding contest for young artists

The Dover Rising Waters initiative is a group of volunteer citizens working to implement climate actions identified in the City's Master Plan. Its first undertaking, the High Water Mark Project, seeks to engage community members in proposing and implementing public art projects that convey future flood risks as sea levels rise and extreme precipitation events become more frequent and intense.

Dover man charged with assaulting 12-year-old girl

Jonathan Hoy, 31 of 22 Richmond St., has been arrested on a charge of felonious sexual assault, according to police Chief William Breault. The charge against Hoy alleges he sexually assaulted a 12-year-old female who lived at an Abbey Lane residence he was visiting the night of May 28, said Chief Breault Police began an investigation after receiving a report about the incident on May 30. Investigating detectives learned Hoy was wanted on an arrest warrant for a probation violation from North Carolina.

Housing in Converted Industrial Buildings Appeals to N.H. Millennials and Retirees Alike

In New Hampshire's increasingly tight rental market, one area where there's new development is conversion of industrial buildings. It's a niche market, but one that's attracting multiple generations of residents.

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