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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
Shaheen & Gordon moving to refurbished bank building

The bank building on the corner of Central Avenue and Washington Street is in the process of being gutted and transformed where the second floor will become the new home of the Shaheen & Gordon's Dover law office. The old Strafford National Bank building that is now home to TD Bank was purchased from the bank this summer for $2.9 million by two local businessmen.

Dover police looking for man they say exposed himself at Dunkin Donuts

A judge has found Christina Fay guilty of 10 charges of animal cruelty. Circuit Court Judge Charles J. Greenhalgh issued his verdict in a 20-page order that spells out the... Jay Cutler threw three touchdown passes as the double-digit underdog Miami Dolphins upset the New England Patriots 27-20 on Monday night at Hard Rock Stadium.

Proposed Dover school budget $3.4M over tax cap

The proposed School District's operating budget for the next fiscal year - without considering new requests - is a $3.4 million increase over the current year budget and almost $2.3 million over the estimated tax cap. Dover School Superintendent William Harbron and Business Administrator Libby Simmons presented a brief overview of the proposed budget at the School Board's Monday night meeting and issued each member a budget binder.

Finalist for SAU 56 introduced

The finalist for the job of superintendent of schools for SAU 56 said Monday that he is very impressed by the facilities and the passion of the staff and administrators. Dr. Robert Gadomski met with residents, school staff and board members from Rollinsford and Somersworth at a public meet and greet at Mulligan's Grille at the Somersworth High School Career Technical Center, followed by a public forum.

Gingerbread artists express themselves

On Belay identifies itself as a "Community through Adventure" that assists children ages 8 to 18 who are affected by a family cancer challenge. It gives the child a respite from an otherwise potentially overwhelming situation an opportunity to be a kid.

AG investigation into Dover death continues

The homicide investigation into a Dover man's death in Durham last March is still active and ongoing, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office. The AG reported on March 11 that Michael Barrett, 22, of Dover, was found dead at an Edgewood Road residence in Durham early that morning.

A magical day in downtown Dover

The Dover Hometown Holiday Party took place on Saturday, and Mother Nature added some additional flavor as she visited the community with a bit of snow. Hundreds of shoppers did not let the weather deter them, however, from participating in the second annual hometown opportunity to do as much local shopping as possible in the downtown area.

Toll hike to help with $32m bicycle and pedestrian crossing

Concord: Tuesday at 6 p.m. at NH Department of Transportation, Room 114, 7 Hazen Drive.

Around Town: Budget season, Santa skate and toys

'Tis the Christmas season, which also means it's the kickoff to the Dover School District's budget season. On Monday, School Board members will get their first view of the 2019 fiscal year budget.

Sex offender charged with failing to inform employment change

According to Dover Police, Ethan Allen, 38, of Watson Road in Dover, did not report to Dover Police within five-business days that he was working a new job. State law requires a sex offender to inform local law enforcement a change in primary address and employment within five business days.

VW crashes into tree on Blackwater Road

A Somersworth woman has been charged with several motor vehicle violations after the car she was driving left the road Thursday morning striking a tree along Blackwater Road. At 9:55 a.m., Rochester and Dover police and fire personnel, as well as Frisbie EMS, responded to the area of 410 Blackwater Road.

Hometown Holiday Party this Saturday

This includes a scavenger hunt, where one person will win $100 worth of Dover dollars. Dover dollars are redeemable at participating downtown businesses.

Rochester podiatrists kicks off shoe, book, sock drive

A local podiatrist has kicked off her annual holiday shoe, book and sock drive to help local individuals in need. Every year, Dr. Billie Bondar has run the drive as a way to reduce the number of local adults and children who may otherwise go without adequate footwear and snow gear during a pivotal time of the year.

HUD: Homelessness rises 6.6 percent in NH

In a new report provided to the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development says its data shows homelessness has increased 6.6 percent across New Hampshire. HUD released a statement Wednesday outlining some of the data included in its 2017 annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress.

Fugitive has ties to Farmington, Dover

A man with ties to Dover and Farmington who is wanted on a bail violation is this week's New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to a press release from the U.S. Marshals district office in Concord. Nicholas Lapanne, 44, is currently on bail for a pending reckless conduct charge and has "a history of assaultive behavior," the Marshals said.

Night placement of girders on Spaulding Turnpike in Dover

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announces upcoming night work on the Spaulding Turnpike in Dover for the placement of concrete girders at the new Exit 6 Bridge, which carries US Route 4 over the Spaulding Turnpike. This work will take place in two stages.

Tri-City fire departments team up for toy drive

Dover radio stations 98.1 WTSN and 98.7 WBYY "The Bay" are helping to make the holiday's a little bit brighter for area families by teaming up with Tri-City fire departments and Hilltop Chevrolet in Somersworth in support their annual toy drive. The Rochester, Somersworth, and Dover toy banks are working together this year to distribute toys to more than 1,500 kids throughout their communities, and just like in years past, they're asking for donations of unwrapped toys, gift cards, and cash donations.

N.H. toll hike hearing pits fiscal hawks against safety advocates NEW

Supporters of a New Hampshire proposal to increase tolls statewide for the first time in a decade suggest that additional spending could lead to safer roads, while opponents worry that it is an unnecessary expense that could hurt some transportation businesses. The Department of Transportation is seeking to increase toll rates by 50 percent in March to bring in an additional $36 million a year for major turnpike projects.

Liberty Mutual eliminating 620 N.H. positions

Liberty Mutual, the city's largest employer, is eliminating up to 620 positions in New Hampshire - including those based at its Dover campus. The company said many affected workers will be retrained or transferred to other departments rather than laid off.

Sarah Mildred Long Bridge Delayed, But Opening Soon

The Maine Department of Transportation is frustrated over delays in a bridge between Kittery, Maine, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The new Sarah Long Bridge, which is being built at a cost of $170 million, was supposed to open Sept.

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