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The City Council will make a decision on a proposal to combine a planned new police headquarters with a parking garage during the CIP vote tonight at City Hall.
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Ronald Newell, according to those who knew him, was a very private man. So private he was able to keep a million-dollar secret.
Alton resident Jeffrey Clay has filed a petition for injunctive relief at Strafford County Superior Court, stating that despite the court's recent decisions and admonitions of the Dover School Board for violations of Right to Know laws, they continue to violate them.
Rain did not dampen the holiday spirits of families and educators from five of Dover's schools who combined efforts to host a bake sale fundraiser at the Dover Holiday Tree Lighting.
Alcoholics anonymous: holds meetings daily throughout the Seacoast. For meeting or general information on N.H. Alcoholics Anonymous, call 593-3330 or visit www.nhaa.net .
City Manager Mike Joyal said Monday he is confident in the city's ability to fund a proposed parking garage to be built alongside the planned new police headquarters at Orchard Street without raising taxes, though at least one city councilor has expressed his doubts ahead of Wednesday's CIP vote.
If the corporate owner of The Page Restaurant & Bar pleads guilty and is fined for a liquor-related death, which is scheduled to occur Dec. 18, the fine money will go to the county, bucking past practice by suspended Rockingham County Attorney James Reams, county officials say.
"I do hope that the HealthTrust membership will come out to vote for me," said Catherine Cheney, a Dover councilor who was among the first public officials to challenge surpluses of taxpayer money held by the former LGC, which has since reorganized into three separate nonprofit corporations.
The city plans to use a $7,500 grant to help spread awareness about floodplains in an effort to reduce flood insurance premiums.
Caller said he was not present and he read all of this on Facebook. He is barred from the property and wanted to meet an officer at Dunkin' Donuts.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte held a meeting with six Seacoast business leaders so she could advocate for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
Mark A. Trent, 53, of Kittery, died Monday, Dec. 2, 2013, at the Hyder Family Hospice House in Dover, N.H. He was born at the Earnest Harmon Air Force Base in Stephenville, Newfoundland, on April 4, 1960, and was a graduate of Marshwood High School in Eliot, and New Hampshire Community Technical College with an associate's in applied science.
John Huff/Staff photographer Garrison Players organizer Megan Davenport Karas, left, and Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Molly Hodgson look over a festive Christmas tree in the auditorium at Dover City Hall Friday evening for the annual Festival of Trees event.