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  1. Rochester police arrest their a most wantedaRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Police last Wednesday arrested a Somersworth man who was declared the "most wanted of the week" on the Rochester police Facebook page. Adam J. Montrose, 34, of 42 Greet St., Somersworth, had been wanted by police since Dec. 4, after he was charged with having a syringe with heroin this summer.

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  2. Community expresses sorrow at the passing of Art NicklessRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Art Nickless, widely known in the community for his public service, died on Dec. 17 after a two-year battle with cancer. In the past couple of days, people who knew Nickless have been expressing their sadness in a number of ways, including posting on the website created by Marilyn and Cider Berry that was dedicated to raising funds to help meet his family's mounting medical costs.

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  3. Rochester police arrest their a most wantedaRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Police last Wednesday arrested a Somersworth man who was declared the "most wanted of the week" on the Rochester police Facebook page. Adam J. Montrose, 34, of 42 Greet St., Somersworth, had been wanted by police since Dec. 4, after he was charged with having a syringe with heroin this summer.

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  4. Rollinsford Police investigate shots fired near Somersworth lineRead the original story

    Wednesday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Police are asking the public for help as they continue to investigate a report of shots fired near a home on Somersworth Road. Police Chief Robert Ducharme said he doesn't think the home was targeted.

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  5. Lee recognizes 2 officers for their work, dedicationRead the original story

    Wednesday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Two Lee police officers that recently returned to the department were awarded for their efforts on Thursday night at the first annual "Officer of the Year" dinner. Police Chief Thomas Dronsfield decided to organize a holiday appreciation dinner for his staff, members of the Fire Department, dispatchers from UNH and Strafford County, and members of McGregor Memorial EMS.

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  6. Students wish Veterans a happy holidayRead the original story

    Wednesday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    After spending considerable time learning the meaning of Veterans Day and the significance of the sacrifices made, some students at Somersworth Middle School realized they wanted to say thank you more than once a year. Sam Robison, Somersworth Youth Coalition site coordinator, said students in the Somersworth Strong enrichment program decided to make gifts in time for holiday parties.

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  7. Muriel Drew marks 104th birthdayRead the original story

    Wednesday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Four years ago, city resident Muriel Drew celebrated her 100th birthday by dancing on the table. In comparison, her 104th birthday on Tuesday was a tamer affair.

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  8. Regency Mortgage joins drug lock box effortRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    A local drug abuse prevention organization has launched an innovative new program to help keep illicit prescription drugs off the streets. PeopleCare, a nonprofit organization based in Somersworth, recently announced a partnership with Regency Mortgage Corporation to distribute medication lock boxes to area real estate agents to protect the medications of home sellers.

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  9. Rochester police arrest their 'most wanted'Read the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Police on Wednesday arrested a Somersworth man who was declared the "most wanted of the week" on the Rochester police Facebook page. Adam J. Montrose, 34, of 42 Green St., Somersworth, had been wanted by police since Dec. 4, after he was charged with having a syringe with heroin this summer.

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  10. Piece Oa Cake celebrates 33 years in businessRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Courtesy photo From left: Employees Bambi Schanck and Karen Galarneau; Store Manager Liz Dyer; Owners Armand and Alice Croteau; and City Manager Bob Belmore. Back L - R: Chamber Board members Paul Robidas of American Ambulance; Peter Mathieu of The Coolidge Law Firm; Doug Eason of The Works Family Health & Fitness Center; Lara Willard of Goodwin Community Health, and Roland Lapointe of D.F. Richard Energy.

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  11. Berwick Scouts collect food, coatsRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 21 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Saturday, Dec. 13, was a cold and windy day. The weather did not stop the Berwick Scouts in their mission to collect food and winter coats to help their neighbors who might be experiencing hard times.

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  12. Nickless was 'quintessential public servant'Read the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Art Nickless, widely known and respected for his selfless community service, died on Dec. 17 after a two-year battle with cancer. People who knew Nickless have been expressed their sadness in a number of ways, including posting on the fund-raising website created by Marylin and Cider Berry initially dedicated to offset his mounting medical costs.

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  13. Free clothes fair helps Somersworth community fight wintera s chillRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Just ahead of cold winter months, the Somersworth High School Student Council on Friday hosted a free clothes fair, helping community members stock up on jackets, children's attire, and clothing for adults. On Friday evening, tables filled with clothes stretched almost the length of the high school's auditorium.

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  14. Tri-City refugee resettlement concerns appear to be unfoundedRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    There are no plans to resettle African immigrants in the Tri-Cities, according to state officials and two refugee relocation groups. The refugee issue emerged last summer when representatives from the Manchester-based Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success, or ORIS, approached Dover officials about becoming a resettlement community.

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  15. Two charged in gasoline credit card scamRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Police on Wednesday arrested two men accused of trying to make a deal with gasoline station customers to pay for their gas with a credit card in exchange for cash. Police charged Timothy Smith, 24, a transient, with violation of probation or parole, resisting arrest or detention and conspiracy to commit theft by deception.

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  16. Somersworth mayor defends his city, blasts dangerous labelRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Mayor Dana Hilliard said an Internet report calling Somersworth the most dangerous place to live in New Hampshire is offensive and an attack on the community. An analysis by real estate web site Movoto says the odds of being a victim of a crime in Somersworth are 1 in 19. The California real estate firm said it used U.S. Census figures and FBI statistics on violent crime to determine a per capita crime rate.

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  17. rochester veterans councilRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Greetings. I have missed a few columns because my shingles have not completely left yet.

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  18. Cornerstone VNA names director of financeRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Cornerstone VNA is pleased to announce Kerrie Landry-MacBride as Director of Finance at Cornerstone VNA. In her role, Ms.

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  19. HRCU launches Christmas Caring Campaign Donates $5,000 to four local non-profitsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Holy Rosary Credit Union launched the first leg of their Christmas Caring Campaign last week by making donations totaling $5,000 to the Barrington Community Food Pantry, The Community Food Pantry , End 68 Hours of Hunger - Rochester, and Rochester Youth Reach. “One of our core missions here at HRCU is to give back to our friends and neighbors who day in and day out extend a helping hand to those in need in our community,” said Brian Hughes, president & CEO of HRCU.

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  20. Homemakers and Hanger holiday donationsRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Kids from 1 to 92 will be enjoying the Holiday Season thanks to the joint effort of employees of The Homemakers Health Services in Rochester and Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics in Somersworth. While employees of Hanger made donations to The Homemakers Holiday Food and Gift Basket project for older and disabled residents, employees of The Homemakers made donations to Hanger's Toys for Tots Drive.

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