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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
Karl Krecklow, owner of Karl's Kitchen, passes away

The proprietor of a well-known and beloved food truck that once called the University of New Hampshire home has passed away. Karl Krecklow, who fed countless UNH students from Karl's Kitchen late nights for more than 20 years between the 1970s and 2000s, died on March 7, according to a friend.

Dover gets roads, sidewalks clear in time for Tuesday's storm

Mechanics at Dover Community Services were putting final touches on the department's snow removal equipment Monday afternoon. Other workers had already been sent home to rest before they are expected to be called overnight to clear roads from another storm threatening to drop upwards of a foot of snow on the city.

NH Energy Week to tout cleaner solutions

It is beyond frustrating. After years of dealing with a deadly opioid crisis, thousands of lives lost, and billions spent nationwide, people continue to inject themselves with poison.

Sunshine Week: Town and city managers make top pay NEW

In the city of Concord, with a population of about 43,000, five city employees made more than $140,000 in 2017, according to public documents. The highest-paid employee by far is City Manager Tom Aspell, who made $192,026 in 2017, making him one of the best-compensated public employees in the state.

Adults-only Play Dates a chance to explore Children's Museum Updated at

The Children's Museum of New Hampshire is no longer just for the kids. It's now hosting Throwback Thursday: Grown-Up Play Dates when adults 21 and over come in for a night of exploration, booze, crafts and contests.

Dover tax wallop explained

In 2015, in the month before the City Council approved the bonding for the new high school, city officials projected the average residential tax impact for building the new high school to be $63.66 over 10 years. Less than four years later, the 10-year average residential tax impact is now projected to be $155.64, a 144 percent increase.

Durham sky will again glow for July 4th

The Rotary Club of Durham – Great Bay will present The Durham Great Bay Fourth of July Fireworks at Wildcat Stadium on July 3 in conjunction with the University of New Hampshire and the Town of Durham, according to Todd Selig, Durham town administrator. In 2013 the annual Fourth of July celebration ended in Durham.

Candidate for governor highlights plan to reduce gun violence

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Marchand said New Hampshire could significantly reduce the number of suicides in the state each year by instituting a 48-hour wait period to purchase firearms. Marchand, campaigning on the steps of City Hall Friday morning, said other states that have instituted such restrictions had reduced gun-related suicides by 52 percent.

Traffic restrictions in place for Dover road race

Road closures and traffic restrictions are in place for Saturday's annual Run Before You Crawl 5K event in Dover. The race is hosted by Dover Main Street and is part of the Dover Race Series.

Tesla to help Dover pay for 2 installations in parking garage

The electric car manufacturer Tesla will give Dover two electric charging stations for the parking garage and some money to cover installation if the city pays the remaining costs. Each of the two charging stations from Tesla, which costs about $500 each, would have a connector for Tesla vehicles and the universal connector for all other electric cars, Simons said.

Moving car in Dover shot by BB gun? Police investigating

According to Dover Sgt. Linda Anderson, an unidentified woman was driving her vehicle south on Central Avenue when she said one or two BB shots hit her car.

Residents contend with wet snow, outages

Tri-City and southern Maine residents are digging out and contending with power outages Thursday morning after a major snowstorm dumped 10 inches or more of heavy wet snow on the region. Eversource is reporting that thousands of customers are without power because of the storm as the heavy snow snapped tree branches that fell on power lines.

Executive Councilor Volinsky to face GOP challenger NEW

Democratic Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky of Concord, who has made a splash during his short time in office, now has a GOP challenger as he runs for re-election. Republican Jim Beard of Lempster Wednesday announced his campaign for the Executive Council in District 2. The Monitor was first to report that Beard was running.

N.H. Powerball winner wants to give up to $50M to charity, starts with $250,000 NEW

Debbie Bodell, program director for End 68 Hours of Hunger-Dover charity, hugs Bill Shaheen after her organization received $33,000 for the winner of the Powerball jackpot. Shaheen and Gordon are representing the woman as she tries to keep her name anonymous.

Love in the stacks at Dover library photo shoot

David DeColfmacker and Kim Kerley are lovers and book lovers whose romance led them to become engaged and eventually to take part in a secret engagement photo shoot last month at the Dover Public Library. The soon-to-be married Dover couple had their engagement photos snapped there without anyone being the wiser.

NH House votes to raise marriage age from 13 to 16

The state House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to raise the marriage age in New Hampshire from 13 to 16, with judicial approval required until age 18. The voice vote on House Bill 1587 came without any debate, in stark contrast to the fate of a similar bill last year that sought to raise the legal age to 18. Current law sets the age for ... (more)

Dover mom, son found dead of apparent overdoses

According to Dover Police, Lisa Laurie, 55, and her son, Jonathon Brooks, 34, were found dead by responding police officers and paramedics from Dover Fire and Rescue at about 11:30 a.m. on March 4. Police say they were called to Glenwood Avenue address after Laurie and Brooks were found unresponsive. While police said the cause and manner of the deaths would be determined by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, based on their investigation to date, police say both appear to be drug-related.

Dover Recycling Center closed Thursday during storm

The Dover Recycling Center on Mast Road will be closed Thursday, March 8, in anticipation of a significant winter storm. A winter storm warning is in effect for Dover from 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7 to 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 8. Dover is expected to receive 12 to 16 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service.

Dover man arrested for felony DWI after rollover crash in Rochester

David Pook, a fired St. Paul's School and Derryfield School teacher facing criminal charges, told a female student he was "busy watching the blush rise up your neck" when his class watched "American... The Bulldogs are two victories away from a possible buzzcut - and their third straight state championship - after overcoming an early deficit and a ... (more)

Dover Doin's: Better weather, pub crawl and fake news

Well, if last Thursday, the first of March, is any indication, dreams of summer can't be far behind. The temperature at midnight - when February changed to March - registered in the mid-40s.

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