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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

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Herb Gingras, from Dover, NH, doesn't let the rain stop him from...

Herb Gingras, from Dover, NH, doesn't let the rain stop him from competing in the springboard chop at the Rochester County Fair on Friday. Herb Gingras, from Dover, NH, doesn't let the rain stop him from competing in the springboard chop at the Rochester County Fair on Friday.

31st Cochecho Arts Festival season comes to an end

The Cochecho Arts Festival concluded its 31st season Friday evening in, for this summer, an unusual manner. It was indoors.

Bridge beams delivered for Whittier Street Bridge

Some in downtown Dover may have even been treated to the interesting delivery method of some of the beams along with the slowed traffic. On Wednesday afternoon, two trucks from Casco Bay Trucking were seen entering Lower Square intersection of Central Avenue and Washington Street with the assistance of a Rockingham Sheriff traffic detail with steel beams for the bridge.

Rochester Police: ICE detains burglary suspect after manhunt

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents detained a Somersworth man and alleged fugitive alien in Rochester last week after a woman reported catching him in the process of burglarizing her duplex. ICE took custody of Lowrance Rawung, 24, of 95 Main St. in Somersworth, after Rochester Police charged him Aug. 11 with a Class A felony count of burglary following an hours-long manhunt in Rochester and Somersworth, according to Rochester Police Capt.

Police: Dover man arrested for failing to register as sex offender

Police arrested a Dover man on Wednesday for failing to register as a sex offender, a Class B felony, according to Dover Police. Brandon Pinard, 25, of 524 Marthas Way, Dover, was taken into custody at his residence on Aug. 16, police said, and later released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail.

School supplies for deserving Dover students

Forty Dover school children walked away from St. John's Methodist meeting hall laden with items which will help in many ways. For more than 15 years, the Rotary Club of Dover has had a program to reward local children for hard work in a number of different manners.

Dining Out: Dover's Chapel + Main different from its sister...

I was both excited and apprehensive about going to Chapel + Main for the first time. The second restaurant and soon-to-be brewery from the team at The Black Birch in Kittery has its own big shoes to fill in this new Dover spot.

Happy Helpers celebrates 45 years

The Happy Helpers Child Care & Preschool Center is celebrating 45 years of bringing smiles and education to children and is showing no signs of slowing down. Tucked on Heather Lane off Sixth Street in the north end of Dover is the preschool and childcare center with numerous playgrounds, lots of space to run around, a swimming pool and, of course, classrooms.

Woman pleads guilty, sentenced for overdose death

A Milton woman pleaded guilty in Strafford County Superior Court on Tuesday to providing the drug that caused the overdose death of a Rochester man and was sentenced. Amber Nicholson, 34, pleaded guilty to dispensing controlled drug – death resulting, for the death of Brandon M. Laurion, 30, in October.

Bill Dube celebrates opening new showroom

With balloons, food, drinks and a samurai sword, Bill Dube Ford Toyota of Dover celebrated the grand opening of its new showroom on Tuesday. The 40,000-square foot building was completed in April and the former showroom that stood between the new showroom and Bill Dube Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center was demolished subsequently.

Crowd turns out for Somersworth DQ debut

By the time the Dairy Queen Grill and Chill at the Tri-City Plaza opened Tuesday morning, the line to get in wrapped about half-way around the building. General Manager James Bride announced a door buster special two weeks ago and said the first 100 people to buy an ice cream cake would get a VIP card good for one quarter-pound grilled burger each week for a year.

Dover Police: Dad punched neighbor, left 3-year-old alone

Dover Police arrested a man they claim punched his neighbor, smashed the neighbor's cell phone and vehicle before fleeing and leaving his 3-year-old daughter unattended inside an empty house. Nicholas Michael Supino, 31, of 33 Pleasant View Circle, Dover, has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child, simple assault, obstructing the report of a crime, and two counts of criminal mischief, according to police.

Dover seeks brick donations for Veterans Memorial

The city is launching a brick donation program as a way for area residents to honor local veterans and to help defray the costs of the Dover Veterans Park that is planned to be built and ready for a dedication on Veterans Day this year. Area residents can purchase a 8-inch by 4-inch brick for $50 to honor a veteran, either alive or deceased, that will include the person's name, military rank, branch and years of service.

Dover's Wadleigh residents enjoy summer 'road trip'

Residents of Wadleigh House, an assisted living facility on Summer Street in Dover, received a special treat on Monday - a road trip across the street. At noon more than 50 people were gathering under tents on the grounds of the Woodman Museum, directly across the street from the 19th century colonial, which is home to 16 residents.

Dover's Woodman Museum sets end-of-summer lineup

The Woodman Museum, celebrating its 101st year in operation, is announcing the rest of its summer lineup of great events and offerings. For those interested in live music and craft beer, the Woodman, along with 7th Settlement Brewery is announcing the third annual "Beer & Music on the Grounds of the Woodman Museum," to be held on Sunday, Aug. 20, from 4-7 p.m. Food, along with the four varieties of craft beer, will also be available for purchase on site.

Crews to work more hours on Dover's Whittier Street bridge

Crews have started to work additional hours on the Whittier Street bridge project in Dover in order to finish by Thanksgiving. Beginning the week of Aug. 14, the Whittier Street bridge contractor, E.D. Swett, will work six days each week, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The additional hours are necessary as crews work to open the bridge to traffic prior to the Thanksgiving holiday.

Bikes on parade in Garrison City

Beginning at Washington street and led by a Dover fire engine, the annual Seymour Osman Community Center Bike Parade took to the streets of the Garrison City recently. "We have been doing this for 28 years, and I have been involved in all of them," said Mark Leno, Resident Services Coordinator for the Dover Housing Authority.

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