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The phrase on the front sign of The Children's Museum of New Hampshire states that it is "taking imagination to new heights."
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Tinios did all she could to ensure the Galley Hatch was highly successful and profitable after she and her husband, Michael, opened it in 1970, but loved ones and regulars said she tried even harder to make sure all of her customers knew how much she cared for them and appreciated them.
Not since former President Richard Nixon went to China has Coolidge Avenue seen the Department of Public Works pave the road.
A California-based online real estate brokerage recently ranked Dover as “Kind of Big Deal” and one of the Granite State's top 10 places to live.
Public Roast Beef Supper, Friday, Apr. 25, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., St John's Masonic Hall, Portland Street, , South Berwick, ME; Public roast beef supper hosted by St John's Masonic Temple Association.
Listed now on the National Register of Historic Places, the city's 1885 shoe factory mill on Dover Street will soon open its doors for renters seeking affordable workforce housing.
City Councilors on Monday will consider a revised proposal to allow backyard chickens that includes more oversight, neighbor notifications and a $50 fee.
Three area residents will be among those honored by the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire at its annual business meeting and member reception.
The Dover Chamber was pleased to welcome Pear Tree Gifts with a traditional ribbon cutting.
The city's Planning Board on Wednesday authorized construction of a 177-home subdivision on the former Sunningdale Golf Course.
Tuesday, April 15 At 9:10 p.m., police arrested Michael McDonald, 50, 498 Essex St., Lynn, and charged him with operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license.
Officials from the State Bureau of Securities Regulation said earlier this week victims of a real estate Ponzi scheme which landed a local businessman in prison last year will start to receive compensation for their losses.
Courtesy photo Phil Hughes, chef and co-owner of the Black Bean in Rollinsford, stops to chat with customer Robert Macadaeg of Dover.
Chubby Checker oversaw a twist contest and signed autographs as he mingled with patrons at a diner in Portsmouth, N.H. Checker started the day on the WTSN 1270 AM Open Mic show in Dover on Wednesday morning.
Days after agents with the Bureau of Land Management ended their effort to round up Cliven Bundy's cattle to ease mounting tensions, the showdown between the rancher and the federal government is still attracting armed conservative activists from around the country to a dusty stretch of land about 80 miles east of the Vegas Strip.