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A partnership of four Seacoast cities, the state's economic development agency, Pease International Tradeport and a local community college is celebrating the first anniversary of an effort to promote the region as a place where aerospace suppliers can establish their businesses.
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One of the two suspects charged with robbing a man in a wheelchair after knocking on his door and pretending to be police officers in June, was sentenced to to more than a year in jail this week at Strafford County Superior Court.
Shannon was shot when three probation/parole officers from the Department of Corrections and a Strafford County Sheriff's deputy arrived to arrest Shannon at 28 Periwinkle Drive in the Sak's Mobile Home Park.
St. Elizabeth Seton School in Rochester is fortunate to have a community service club for students in grades 6-8.
Although a fire caused the death of several pets which were inside, area firefighters prevented it from spreading throughout the whole home Thursday afternoon.
The Friends of the Rochester Public Library will host an open-house style “Spring Fling” for the greater Rochester community to celebrate the beginning of Spring.
The Granite State Choral Society 40th Anniversary Committee is pleased to announce the selection of Concord based composer Nicholas White to create a five-movement musical piece that will highlight historic persons, events, and landmarks of Rochester.
The man shot by police Monday afternoon at a mobile home here has died, according to family members.
Pubs are said to be the official sunblock of Ireland. With 7,500 pubs and a population of 4.7 million, that means there's a pub for every 630 people.
The following items are based on 937 entries on the Rochester Police Log from Feb. 24 to March 2: Monday, Feb. 24 8:50 a.m. - A dog is loose on Betts Road.
Benjamin Shannon died at Maine Medical Center in Portland Monday night after being shot multiple times as officers attempted to arrest him, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office.
A man wounded in an officer-involved shooting in Rochester on Monday died at a Maine hospital, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office.
Judy was born April 13, 1943, in Rochester, N.H., the daughter of the late Jackson Chick and the late Ruth Chick.
John Nolan/Times photo Mary Elizabeth Petrusewicz of Rochester gives out samples of sugar maple sap, during New Hampshire Farm Museum's Maple Sugar Day.