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  1. Seacoast residents stock up before stormRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Local residents were out and about collecting needed provisions Monday afternoon before the snow started to fly. Lisa Comeau of Rochester said she went to Walmart in Somersworth before stopping at Petco on Central Avenue in Dover for cat supplies.

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  2. Snow lovers enjoying themselves in DoverRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    As the snow continues to pile up in Dover, some residents were braving the snow to get food and necessities, or to enjoy the New England winter weather. At Dunkin Donuts, 46-year-old Rachael Bleau, of Dover, stopped in for an iced coffee while she was spending the morning snow-shoeing on the city streets.

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  3. Education briefsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Saint Mary Academy is happy to host its annual Pre-K 3 through 8th Grade Open House on Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 5-7 pm. Families can stop by the school's office located in the main building at 222 Central Avenue, Dover, to register and then will be brought on a tour of the school.

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  4. Love it or hate it, the snow is piling upRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Those who went to bed Monday night disappointed that there was no snow yet had a pleasant surprise in store when they woke up Tuesday morning. In Somersworth, they call it the Hilltop city for a reason, but Somersworth Public Works and Utilities Director Todd Smith isn't worried.

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  5. Sports ShortsRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    To send a Sports Short announcement about your community or recreational sporting event, please email sports@fosters.com , mail 150 Venture Drive, Dover, NH 03820 or fax us at 603-749-7079. If you are e-mailing your announcement, please paste it in the body of the email.

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  6. Dover shifts into pull-away gear vs. Red RaidersRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    After a disappointing effort Friday for their first home loss, the Dover High School girls basketball team needed to rebound at rival Spaulding Monday and in the process collect its first road victory. Mission accomplished.

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  7. Men indicted on charges related to Oct. burglariesRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Two men were indicted this week in connection to a string of burglaries in Rochester, Dover, Lee and Durham that occurred in October. Sean Laughton, 27, of 151 Indigo Hill Road, Somersworth, and Daniel Sterritt, 46, of 23 Dodge St., Rochester, are facing multiple charges for allegedly committing the burglaries together between Oct. 15 and Oct. 23. The burglaries occurred on Sixth Street in Dover, Betts Road in Rochester, Durham Point Road in Durham, Steppingstone Road in Lee, Deer Meadow Road in Durham, and Middle Road in Dover.

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  8. Storm cancellations, closingsRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    BARRINGTON Town offices will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 27. The town's seasonal parking ban will still be in effect throughout the storm. On-street and public parking will not be permitted for snow removal purposes all day.

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  9. What you need to know about the winter stormRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    With more than one foot of snow forecast for Tuesday's storm, many local agencies and services have announced cancellations and plans in preparation for the dangerous conditions. The winter storm is expected to slam the Northeast with 34 mph winds and visibility of less than a quarter mile.

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  10. Seacoast residents stock up before stormRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Local residents were out and about collecting needed provisions Monday afternoon before the snow started to fly. Lisa Comeau of Rochester said she went to Walmart in Somersworth before stopping at Petco on Central Avenue in Dover for cat supplies.

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  11. MG Print consolidating in Dover locationRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    MG Print and Promotions of Lawrence, Massachusetts, is relocating all of its operations to Dover. MG Print and Promotions is a full service printing and promotional products distributor focusing on the marketing needs of businesses of businesses and non-profit organizations.

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  12. Spaulding boys hold off Green WaveRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Pike/Democrat photo Spaulding's Darian Berry, right, makes a strong move to the basket past Dover's Karim Winn in the Red Raiders 48-43 D-I victory Monday night in Dover. Due to an early deadline Monday because of the snowstorm, the game story appeared Tuesday online only and will run in Wednesday's print edition.

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  13. Ann Goodwin steps down after 27 yearsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Saturday afternoon, in the midst of a snowy Nor'easter a tribute took place. Twenty-seven years ago, Janet Perry and Ann Goodwin opened Nicole's Hallmark store in downtown Dover.

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  14. Family keeps faith as baby battles cancerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Jim Cavan kisses his son Rett's head as he and his wife Deana Aulisio Cavan cope with the ups and downs of their baby having cancer and undergoing various procedures, including chemotherapy and surgery in relation to a large tumor that was found on his liver. Rett has been at Boston Children's Hospital for the ongoing care.

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  15. Ann Goodwin steps down after 27 years in businessRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Saturday afternoon, in the midst of a snowy Nor'easter a tribute took place. Twenty-seven years ago, Janet Perry and Ann Goodwin opened Nicole's Hallmark store in downtown Dover.

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  16. SERVPRO again on Entrepreneura s Top 10 Franchise ListRead the original story

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    SERVPRO®, a cleanup and restoration franchise company, maintains its hold on the No. 7 spot overall – out of a group of 927 franchises that qualified for inclusion in the list-in the recently announced 2015 Franchise 500 rankings from Entrepreneur magazine.

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  17. Cathy Oa Brien takes her music and running seriouslyRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    You may be familiar with the work of Cathy Schiro O'Brien's Berwick Academy students during orchestra performances. You also may have enjoyed some of O'Brien's own violin work if you've caught her band Bliss performing at gigs.

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  18. Olivia coming to Childrena s MuseumRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    DOVER – One of modern children's literature's rambunctious but loveable characters will bring her own brand of sparkle and mischief to The Children's Museum of New Hampshire on Saturday, January 31. Olivia the pig, star of the Olivia series of books written and illustrated by Ian Falconer, will be at the museum from 10 am and 2 pm to meet young fans as part of the popular Books Alive Children's Literacy Series. “The goal of our Books Alive program is to get kids excited about reading and to make it a regular family experience,” explained Xanthi Gray, humanities educator at the Children's Museum of NH.

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  19. CASA needs more child advocates, new training plannedRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    You don't see these stories in the papers. Usually. Only the most heinous cases of child abuse typically make the papers, or the ones that happen in public, or have an unusual element to it.

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  20. Former Dover chief remains highest pension recipientRead the original story

    Sunday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Former Dover police chief William Fenniman remains atop the list of New Hampshire pension recipients, collecting an annual payout worth nearly $136,000 a year. Fenniman, who retired in 2007, cashed out nearly $78,000 in unused vacation and sick time toward the end of his career, boosting his pension above his annual police salary.

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