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  1. Kettlebell fundraiser a resounding successRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A weekend fundraiser for the 2002 graduate of Oyster River High School who was paralyzed in a motor-vehicle crash last month was a huge success, organizers say. Lisa McNulty, who is the general manager at Seacoast Kettlebell on Horne Street, said approximately $7,000 was raised for Ben Cosby, who is a longtime member of the gym.

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  2. Fourth Street paving begins TuesdayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Fourth Street paving and cold planing work will begin on Tuesday in Dover, and is expected to continue for two weeks, weather permitting. The work will occur on Fourth Street from Washington Street to the Fourth Street bridge.

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  3. Project Pride, in its 28th year, has a new focus these days The goal...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Project Pride students, seated from left, are Keisha Brown, Shyann Doherty, Maxwell Stoechel and James McAdams. Standing behind are Job Development Instructors Alice Standish and Rachel Budde.

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  4. Kettlebell fundraiser a resounding successRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A weekend fundraiser for the 2002 graduate of Oyster River High School who was paralyzed in a motor-vehicle crash last month was a huge success, organizers say. Lisa McNulty, who is the general manager at Seacoast Kettlebell on Horne Street, said approximately $7,000 was raised for Ben Cosby, who is a longtime member of the gym.

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  5. Republicans open local campaign officeRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Local Republicans gathered Monday night to mark the opening of a campaign office at the intersection of Washington and Locust streets in downtown Dover. Roughly 50 people attended the ribbon cutting, including congressional candidate Frank Guinta, state Republican Party chair Jennifer Horn and a handful of candidates for the state Legislature.

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  6. Man in stolen check case charged with similar crime in DoverRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A man who was arrested by Somersworth police on Thursday for allegedly cashing a stolen check has been charged with doing the same in Dover. Eric M. Tanguay, 20, of 58 Davis St. in Somersworth, cashed a stolen check in the amount of $650 at Citizens Bank on Washington Street, according to Dover Police Lt.

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  7. Shooting victim indicted in Dover robbery caseRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A man who was shot in the chest on Lafayette Street in Rochester this summer has been indicted on a robbery charge for his involvement in a Dover theft which took place in June. Okiemute Omatie, 19, whose last known address is 28 Fifth St., allegedly went to a man's apartment on Locust Street in Dover with his roommate, Phillip Swanson, on June 15. While they were at the apartment, Omatie and Swanson reportedly stole a laptop computer, tablet and prescription drugs.

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  8. Firefighters honored for putting their lives on the lineRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Maci Leighton, a senior at Dover High School, helped present the Dover Fire Department with a Unit Citation during the New Hampshire Fire Service and Emergency Medical Services Committee of Merit awards ceremony in Concord Monday evening. Leighton was saved during a house fire in Dover on June 6, 2013.

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  9. SERT team arrests gun collector, marksmanRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    On Saturday evening, Portsmouth Police Department received a domestic assault complaint in reference to George Rinalducci, 70, of 244 Austin St. According to a press release from the Portsmouth Police Department, the victim was treated for minor injuries at Portsmouth Regional Hospital. Portsmouth Police Officer Steve Blanding spoke to Rinalducci, advising him in reference to turning himself in.

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  10. Air Force band to perform at Opera HouseRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The United States Air Force Langley Winds of the USAF Heritage of American Band will perform a concert at the Rochester Opera House on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. The concert is free to the public, but tickets are required to attend due to a space limitation. Tickets can be picked up at Foster's Daily Democrat located at 150 Venture Drive in Dover between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Oct. 20. Langley Winds features a diverse cast of talented professional musicians that has received worldwide acclaim and military distinction.

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  11. Firefightersa unions helping kids stay warm this winterRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    I am going to kick off this week's chat about something and someone that did not take place in Dover, but in reality is something that almost all of us do... and take for granted. Let's see if you can guess the name of the person before we come to the end of this piece.

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  12. How a community college restarted a lifeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    I am a fan of the community college system. When I have the opportunity to speak with high school students about their future I encourage them to think of the two-year community colleges as a serious alternative to the four year schools.

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  13. These a Romeosa dish on friendship, fun and foodRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    In Act 2, Scene 2 of one of Shakespeare's best known plays, Juliet calls plaintively, "Oh Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?" Taken out of context, it would appear that Juliet was looking for her man. That being the case, if Juliet lived in Dover, N.H., she would know where her Romeo was.

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  14. Leader Media Advertising understandsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Courtesy photo Left to right: Jim Horne, Beacon Business Advantage; Diane Lewis, TD Bank; Laurie Widmark, Legal Shield; Robert Teague, Robillard Teague Group; Linda Nylund, The Homemakers Health Services; Nedra Sahr, North Start Circle; Tom Levasseur, The Beacon Retirement Group; Steve Krammes, Leader Media Advertising ; Susan Miltner, Seacoast Business Machines; Kathleen Keable, Dover Center for Health and Rehabilitation; Kelly Dowd, Living Innovations; Trudi Janoschek, Foster's Daily Democrat; Ute Luxem, Profile Bank; Mike Carlton, Calling All Cargo; Katie Mack, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce. DOVER – The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce was pleased to welcome Leader Media Advertising with a traditional ribbon cutting.

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  15. Police: Man assaulted woman, threatened officersRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The incident started Saturday when police received a domestic violence complaint. By the time officers arrived, the suspect had fled, but police say he tried to call the victim while she was the hospital and later told officers that if anyone tried to arrest him, law enforcement would have to shoot him.

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  16. Dover's 'biggest, little' Irish Festival a hitRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Sasha Jost/Democrat photoChuck Rhoads enjoys the beautiful day in his shirt which he bought in Ireland at the Seacoast Irish Festival held at Henry Law Park on Saturday. DOVER - According to City-Data, 5,773 people, or 21.5% of Dover New Hampshire's residents claim Irish heritage.

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  17. Dover festival highlights areaa s apple harvestRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Orchard Street will live up to its name next weekend, as Dover hosts the 30th annual Apple Harvest Day. McZenzie's Farm from Milton and King Tut's Cider Co.

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  18. SASS celebrates 35 years Oct. 2: Birthday party at Childrena s Museum of New HampshireRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Sexual Assault Support Services is celebrating its 35th year serving the greater Seacoast with a birthday party Thursday, Oct. 2, at The Children's Museum of New Hampshire in Dover. Pictured front row, left to right, are SASS violence prevention educators Emily Murphy with "Sonny", Riannon Duke with "Ravi", and Erica Skoglund with "Zoe."

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  19. Fine Crafts Festival stresses quality over quantityRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Tucked down a long road in South Berwick, Maine is 18th century Hamilton House on the Salmon Falls River and, for a second year, Historic New England Fine Arts and Crafts Festival has been held its front lawn. The festival, still in its infancy, hosted approximately 100 crafters this year along with several food vendors, non-profits and performers.

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  20. Put fears aside and dream onRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    By Jeremiah Turner jturner@fosters.com If you're feeling jumpy about taking any risk right now you probably are not alone. A new report by Housing Action NH warns housing in the Seacoast has gotten even more unaffordable, as rents have risen and wages have stagnated.

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