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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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Dover News
Dover, N.H. man flown to Boston hospital after motorcycle crash

A New Hampshire man was flown to a Boston hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries after being thrown from his motorcycle in a crash Thursday on Route 16 in Dover, according to State Police. Donald Pelletier, 59, of Dover, was driving southbound at about 1:20 p.m. when he lost control of his 2000 BMW Motorcycle as it entered a right hand curve in the area of Exit 9, State Police said The motorcycle hit the guard rail on the left, and Pelletier was ejected before the bike came to a rest on its side, police said.

Comedy club opening soon in Rochester

Guptel's new business venture, Curlies Comedy Club, located at 12 Union St. in Rochester, will open its doors for its first night of comedy on Friday, Nov. 10. Guptel, a local resident, says its affordable buildings make Rochester the perfect place to open Curlies and found a location that includes a municipal parking lot beside it. He says people in Seacoast N.H. "want to laugh just as much as anyone else." Guptel, who goes by Jay Grove when he's performing his own stand-up, has been in comedy for eight years now, and began his career in 2009.

Youth Activists to hold Zombie Rally in downtown Dover

Youth activists from Dover Youth to Youth will hold a rally of Zombies from 3:15–4 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 25, on Central Avenue in Dover between City Hall and the Cocheco River. The event will include a press conference at 3:30 p.m. in front of City Hall explaining the group's effort to promote Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 28. The youth will be educating the public on the level of abuse of medicines by kids, the danger of unneeded drugs being around the home, and the availability of the Dover Drug Take Back Day as a way of getting expired and unused medicine out of the home, according to a press release.

Introducing the Wagz Smart Collar: The First All-in-One Dog Collar...

DOVER, N.H: Wagz, Inc., a pioneering connected pet tech company, is proud to launch its first Indiegogo campaign to help introduce the world's smartest dog collar in early 2018. Everything about the Wagz Smart Collar, from its industry-shaking technology to its modern app interface, was purpose-built to create safer, healthier, happier dogs.

Task force tackles drug distribution at Dover jail

The benefits of Boston without all the headaches. That's the essence of New Hampshire's sales pitch to Amazon as the internet giant accepts applications from across the country to host a second... The founder and president of Families in Transition will lead the umbrella entity that will be created early next year with the merger of New Horizons ... (more)

Dion sells clothes on the go

This past summer, Aimee Dion of Dover converted a 1987 Fleetwood Bounder recreational vehicle into Roe2Goe, a mobile clothing boutique to sell LuLaRoe women's and children's clothes. LuLaRoe is a brand of clothes not sold by department stores but by independent contractors who get paid on sales as well as recruiting others to sell the clothing line.

Strafford County Commissioner Leo Lessard dies

Strafford County Commissioner Leo Lessard, who served as the county's register of deeds for more than two decades, died Wednesday morning at his home. He was 67 years old.

Sheriff: U.S. Attorney reviewing jail OD investigation

The U.S. Attorney's Office in Concord is reviewing a Strafford County Sheriff's investigation into how five inmates at the county jail overdosed in early June. Strafford County Sheriff David Dubois announced the news in a press release Tuesday afternoon along with a summary of the work completed by a task force he created soon after the overdose incident on June 6. The details of what the substance the inmates overdosed on and how it got past security remain publicly unanswered, as Sheriff David Dubois said he cannot provide specifics about the ongoing case.

Dover animal shelter needs donations for new facility

An anonymous donor has pledged to match funds raised up to $25,000 through Dec. 15 for the Bring Us Home! Building Campaign for the Cocheco Valley Humane Society in Dover. This means that pledged or outright gifts will be doubled, if made by that date, increasing the support for the shelter to $50,000, according to CVHS Development Director Deborah Shelton.

Dover preparing to meet climate change through Master Plan

The city is working on adding a chapter to its Master Plan to help plan for the potential effects of climate change, and it is seeking input from residents. Kyle Pimental of the Strafford County Regional Planning Commission said the climate adaptation chapter would be the first in the state that plans for the effects of climate change from sea-level rise to extreme weather events to increases in infectious diseases.

Cat show coming to Dover next month

New Hampshire Feline Fanciers invites spectators to come cheer on 100-plus pedigreed and household pet kittens and cats as they compete for top honors at this year's Cat Fanciers Association cat show competition. Special awards will be given on Sunday afternoon Spectators can cheer on their favorite cats and enjoy meeting the Pet Me Cats! Spectators may shop for cat and cat-related items from the many vendors at this show and participate in a silent auction.

Hot news flash: Herbal menopause beer is here

When New Hampshire brewery owner Joanne Francis first floated her idea for a new kind of beer a few years ago, her employees reacted, she says, with disgust and horror. "The idea of simply putting herbs into a beer that would be favorable for a woman experiencing menopausal symptoms was simply just a no-brainer," she told WCSH in Portland, Maine.

Couple back in Dover after Puerto Rico ordeal

After their daughter spent countless hours on the phone with airline companies trying to book them a flight, a local couple was finally able to return to Dover from hurricane-torn Puerto Rico. Lisa Weinstein of Dover said her parents, Gene and Elaine Fuentes, each lost 20 pounds by the time they arrived at Logan International Airport in Boston the night of Oct. 4. The Fuentes had been trying to leave their home in San Juan, Puerto Rico even before Hurricane Maria made a direct hit on the island Sept.

Dover's STA High School holding open house

St. Thomas Aquinas High School welcomes prospective students and their families to visit and explore the school during open house events on Sunday, Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. and Monday, Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. During Open House, families will have an opportunity to tour the campus, meet with current students, interact with faculty members and foresee themselves as future members of the St. Thomas Aquinas community.      Come and explore all that STA offers young people - a place that treasures every single student in an environment that each child can call home, STA officials said.      Located at 197 Dover Point Road in Dover, NH, St. Thomas Aquinas High School is a coeducational, Catholic high school community where young people are called to be challenged academically, stretched spiritually, and inspired to transform their world for the better.

Dover looking for perfect Christmas tree

Each year, a new Christmas tree is raised at Henry Law Park, signaling the beginning of the winter holiday season in Dover. The City of Dover is seeking this season's tree, and is asking area residents to consider donating the perfect candidate, already growing in your backyard.

Tedeschi store soon to be a 7-Eleven

The opening of the store as part of the 7-Eleven franchise is set for Oct. 31, according to Mike Rolon, manager of the store when it was part of the Tedeschi chain and now the manager of the new 7-Eleven. The Tedeschi store closed on Monday.

Dover to review Robbins block site application

The city will get its first public look at plans to revamp the Robbins Block on Washington Street in Dover at a meeting Thursday. The city's Planning Technical Review Committee will review the site review and conditional use permit applications for the planned mixed-use development where the Robbins Auto Part Store and Orpheum Theatre once operated.

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