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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
Senator, students urge raising tobacco age to 21

Local high school and middle school students urged passage of a bill that would raise the age for sales and possession of tobacco products from 18 to 21 years old in New Hampshire. Members of Dover Youth to Youth made their argument at a press conference at the McConnell Center on Monday with District 4 state Sen. David Watters, D-Dover, in attendance.

Dos Amigos, Vida Cantina to put tortillas on tap in Dover

New Hampshire lost one of its finest last Sunday with the death of retired State Police Col.

Ready to downsize? Let me offer some advice, insight

Let's talk a little bit about three words and their definitions. I suspect that most all of you have experienced the effect of each.

The case of the closed Dunkin' Donuts

An astute Dunkin' Donuts customer and Twitter user, @bfinnh, contacted @seacoastonline, wondering, "Is downtown Dover Dunkin Donuts closed for renovations or another reason?" The Dunks in question is at 526 Central Ave. in Dover. After fueling up on caffeine from other coffee sources , the Foster's Daily Democrat investigative team got to work.

Garrison School 4th graders get hands-on coding experience

Students at Garrison Elementary School in Dover are getting hands-on experience in computer coding, thanks to professors and students from Great Bay Community College. The college has taught coding and other computer-related programming skills at technical schools and high schools in the Seacoast since 2014, and this year expanded to the elementary-school level because it's never too early to introduce the wonder and love of coding to young people, said Mike Harrison, faculty member in the college's Information Systems Technology department.

Fugitive of the Week surrenders in Dover

On Thursday, this week's "Fugitive of the Week," Robert Jennings, 42, surrendered to the Strafford County Superior Court after being featured on Wednesday. Jennings had been wanted on an arrest warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of burglary.

Thomas Rappa, the presiding judge at Plymouth District Court, listens ...

Thomas Rappa, the presiding judge at Plymouth District Court, listens Thursday afternoon as Border Patrol Agent Mark Qualter testifies about his role in two checkpoints conducted by the agency last summer on Interstate 93 in Woodstock.

Former pharmacist who pled guilty to drug-diversion charges once taught at MCC

Manchester firefighters rescued two dogs and one cat - reviving one Corgi using CPR before transporting the animals via ambulance to a veterinary clinic - from a basement fire in a home... The challenge to retool as opposed to rebuild in high school sports is an annual task coaches endure.

Woman's bail revoked for Dover overdose death

A woman charged with providing a lethal dose of fentanyl to a Dover man will remain incarcerated until her trial after a judge found "clear and convincing evidence" that she will be convicted for a charge that comes with a life sentence, even though a life sentence is unlikely if she is convicted. Last week, Katarina Short who the court lists with a Clayton, New Jersey, address, was arraigned on the felony indictment of distributing a controlled drug that resulted in the death of 33-year-old Paul Moody of Dover last February.

Locals stepping up to pay for hotel stays for homeless

With Strafford County's emergency 24-hour warming shelter now closed following the end of a historic two-week cold snap, a number of locals are hoping to strengthen mechanisms that prevent homeless individuals from freezing to death. One of those locals is former state Rep. Phyllis Woods, R-Dover.

Dover authors new novel set to be released

Award-winning author Nicholas Conley, of Dover, recently announced that his new book "Intraterrestrial," a science fiction novel dealing with traumatic brain injuries, will be released on January 16. As a former health care worker, Conley says he to incorporate the lessons he learned about human health - both physical and mental - into the fiction he writes. For years, Conley worked in the field of long term nursing care, taking care of patients with cognitive illnesses, brain injuries, and physical disabilities.

Feast on hearty comfort food while enjoying the game at Buster's Bar and Grille

Whenever I'm headed out to watch a game, my sports bar of choice has always been Buster's Bar and Grille on Route 6 in Dartmouth. It's not the closest sports bar to my house, but it features the type of game day atmosphere I'm looking for.

Football agreements with neighboring cities win support of crowd in Durham

One person died and three others were hospitalized after the van they were riding in struck a jersey barrier head-on just before the Hampton toll plaza on Interstate 95 Tuesday evening.

Dover schools mourning death of eighth-grader

Middle School Principal Kimberly Lyndes wrote in an email sent to parents that the community was "deeply saddened to learn of the untimely death" of Alex and extended sympathies to his family, friends and relatives. "Students in Alex's classes have been informed about his death.

Dover bar to lose liquor license for 5 days

The Farm Bar & Grille on Portland Avenue will lose its liquor license for five days beginning Jan. 21, for over-serving a person in 2016. According to the New Hampshire Liquor Commission, on Dec. 5, 2016, the restaurant served alcohol to a person "who was visibly intoxicated or who a reasonable and prudent person would know is intoxicated" that resulted in personal injury.

Downtown Dover snow removal continues early Thursday morning

Community Services crews will continue to remove snow from downtown Dover streets and sidewalks beginning at 1 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 11. The work will conclude by 6 a.m. Areas scheduled for snow removal include: Second Street; Third Street; Fourth Street; the east side of Central Avenue; from the railroad tracks to Chapel Street; School Street; Chestnut Street; Chapel Street; the east side of Central Avenue, from Second Street to the entrance to TD Bank; and Henry Law Avenue, from the entrance to the parking lot to River Bend Variety.

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The natural grooming product category is expanding as more consumers head to their local pet stores in search of between-bath and functional solutions, as well as formulas suited for cats, industry participants reported. Dog owners have long sought out natural grooming products, but a new trend has seen cat owners more interested of late.

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