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  1. Dover church steeples razedRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Site work began on the grounds of the church in December, when new owner The Housing Partnership, based in Portsmouth, turned the site over to Pine Brook Corporation, the Kittery, Maine, contractor overseeing construction. Demolition was expected to be completed earlier in February, but Dover Building Official James Maxfield said it was delayed because of weather.

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  2. Amazon Park wins case against cityRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The Amazon Park owners, John and Debra Weeden of Dover, had filed a complaint in Strafford County Superior Court against the city in August 2015 after Rochester Code Compliance Officer Sheldon Perkins sent notices on a variety of violations, including individuals using the campground year round as their permanent residence. The Weedens asserted, and the court agreed, the city had allowed the park to remain open to serve as a long-term residence for decades.

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  3. Dover councilor adds voice to transgender protections billRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A bill that would prohibit discrimination based on gender identity has moved to the state House of Representatives after being approved by the Health and Human Services Committee last week. Dover City Councilor Dennis Shanahan joined dozens of New Hampshire residents to speak at a Feb. 21 public hearing before the 15-2 committee vote in favor of the bill, HB 478, which would add protections for transgender individuals to the New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination.

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  4. Mr. Strand making theater a destinationRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Since July 21, 2015, The Strand Ballroom on Third Street has been owned and operated by Dan Demers, otherwise known as Mr. Strand. He has taken steps to revitalize the theater, bring local acts in and work with the Dover business and economic community to make the Garrison City a destination.

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  5. Durham replacing streetlights with LED bulbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The town will pay $98,530 for 343 LED fixtures and another 17,000 to install the lights. NorthEast Electrical Distributors of Dover will supply the lights, and Yates Electric of Durham will install them.

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  6. Dover Doina s: Method of superintendent search raises questionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Interesting stuff happening in Nashua. It is selecting a new superintendent of schools, most likely within the next few days, for a start date of July 1, 2017.

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  7. Seacoast police struggle to find minority officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    New Hampshire is one of the least diverse states in the country and conflict between minority populations and police departments has not been as much of a problem in the Granite State as in other parts of the nation. But police chiefs across the Seacoast agree a proactive approach to the issue is best, and one of the most important things that can be done is to attract, recruit and retain officers from minority groups to local departments.

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  8. Rochester residents recall longtime city servantRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    ROCHESTER - Longtime Rochester City Councilor and owner of the Rochester Stove Shop, James “Jim” F. McManus Jr., died on Wednesday at Frisbie Memorial Hospital. He was 71. McManus began his 27-year tenure on the City Council when he was 29 years old, and he was on the council as the city changed from a strong mayor form of government to a city manager form.

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  9. Supreme Court reverses right-to-know decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The City of Dover will not be forced to make public scoring sheets used in 2014 to evaluate candidates for the superintendent position. The New Hampshire Supreme Court Friday reversed a lower court decision that the documents would be released in accordance with the state's right-to-know laws.

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  10. Opioid forum to be held at Dover libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    New Hampshire was named the state with the second highest rate of deaths due to heroin/opioid use in 2015 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The state has seen a 191 percent increase over the past five years with overdose deaths predicted at over 500 for 2016.

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  11. Parents: Get ready for a February staycation Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    If you're planning on staying local this February vacation, it's possible that your kids are already demanding a daily schedule of fun that would rival any number of Floridian theme-park vacations. This is already sounding expensive.

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  12. Prepare for fun Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    If you're planning on staying local this February vacation, it's possible that your kids are already demanding a daily schedule of fun that would rival any number of Floridian theme-park vacations. This is already sounding expensive.

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  13. Recovery center has eyes on DoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    On Thursday, SOS Recovery Community Organization held an informational session in the conference room of the Dover Police Department about the upcoming opening of its Dover facility on Broadway. The new facility, at 4 Broadway, on the corner of Central Avenue, will offer a supplemental location in the heart of downtown Dover for those suffering from substance misuse.

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  14. Greek-style eatery coming to downtown DoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The Gyro Spot, a casual Greek restaurant with a location already operating in Manchester, is moving in to the 421 Central Ave. property. “It's a fast, casual Greek restaurant,” Lambroulis said.

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  15. Owner: Dover thrift shop building not for saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The property housing the Needful Things thrift shop on Central Avenue in Dover is not for sale, according to the building's owner. Patty Foster, former owner of Foster's Daily Democrat, said she is not selling the 299 Central Ave. property, contrary to statements made by one of her tenants.

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  16. Community Action honors 2 for good deedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Community Action Partnership of Strafford County presented two awards at its 51st annual meeting on Feb. 7: one to an outstanding community member; the other to an exemplary employee. Patricia Sorensen of Dover is the recipient of the 2016 CAPSC Champion Award for her work with the Grab n' Go Program.

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  17. COAST to donate fares, food to End 68 Hours of HungerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    End 68 Hours of Hunger is a wonderful program that puts nourishing food in the hands of school children to ensure they have access to food through the weekend. COAST is also collecting food donations for the program at their administrative office at 6 Sumner Drive in Dover.

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  18. Needful Things looks for community supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The Needful Things thrift store on Central Avenue in Dover is hoping to make an investment that would ensure its presence in the Garrison City for years to come. The owner of the 299 Central Ave. property has decided to sell the building, along with the empty building next to the business.

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  19. Restaurant, brewery coming to DoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    The owners of The Black Birch restaurant in Kittery, Maine, are branching out into the Garrison City, where they will open a similar eatery called Chapel and Main. The restaurant will be located – predictably – at the corner of Chapel and Main streets in Dover, at the site of the former headquarters of the Dover Democrats in the plaza containing Janetos grocery store and Kendall Pond Pizza.

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  20. Man charged with assault after bar attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A man witnesses say was sucker-punched outside a Dover bar on Thursday night is recovering at a hospital in Boston. His alleged attacker has been charged with felony assault.  Dover Police Lt.

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