The man accused of choking a 4-year-old girl last year while baby-sitting her suffers from autism, according to a document recently filed by his defense attorney. Nicolas Coker, 21, of Rochester, who is facing two second-degree felony assault charges for allegedly causing serious injuries to the child, was scheduled to appear for a plea-and-sentencing hearing Wednesday, but the hearing was postponed after public defender Joachim Barth made a motion to delay the sentencing.
A former Rochester man who was sentenced to a year in jail after admitting he hid a camera in the ceiling of a women's restroom has been denied work release by administrators at the Strafford County House of Corrections. According to Superintendent Bruce Pelkie, Conor Makem recently went through the process of applying for the program.
Officials at the police department are reporting that the city is experiencing more suspected heroin overdoses than normal but they are aggressively working to get drugs off the street. Captain Gary Boudreau said the police department has responded to 14 suspected heroin overdoses since Sept.
Bethany United Methodist Church 28 Main St. East Rochester, will be hosting a Public Ham & Bean Supper on Saturday, Oct. 18th. Seating will be 4:45 to 5:30 p.m. and we will be serving beans, ham, potato salad, coleslaw, home made pies, coffee, tea and milk.
The Greater Barrington Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual dinner on Saturday, Nov. 1, at Rochester Country Club, 94 Church St., Rochester. Festivities celebrating photographs and school day memories begin at 5:30 p.m. honoring Barrington's Citizen of the Year Pam Lenzi and Business Leader of the Year Ron St. Jean of Ron St. Jean Photography.
The driver of the suspicious box truck involved in a police pursuit early Monday has been arrested on multiple charges after police examined evidence at the scene. Justin Gibb, 27, of 123 Kings Highway, was allegedly the driver of the Middleton Building Supply box truck that was seen at a Rochester home around 1:30 a.m. Monday.
Shawn St.Hilaire / Democrat Photo Frank Guinta 1st District Congressional Candidate addresses about 50 people Sunday afternoon during a GOP open house in Dover. DOVER - Waving her hands skyward, Marga Coulp commented, "Lydia and I ordered this weather for today."
It also will showcase more than 60 area health and wellness organizations and businesses, including health care providers, hearing and vision specialists, rehabilitation services, insurance and financial planning counselors, assisted living facilites, and information from Frisbie about its geriatric psychiatry program and other services.
Jerry DeLemus wants a lot of things. He wants President Barack Obama impeached. He wants the Tea Party group he founded five years ago, Rochester 9-12, the largest of its kind in the state, to continue to grow with and be relevant.
Saturday a blocked off Hanson Street was the location of the sixth annual October Festival. Strolling the pedestrian-only thoroughfare, one could find every kind of foodstuff from Papa Gino's pizza to pulled pork from Happy Pappy's Country Store.
In this May 27, 2011, file photo, American journalist James Foley of Rochester, NH, poses for a photo in Boston. The father of James Foley, the US reporter beheaded at the hands of Islamic State militants in August, said Friday he believed governments would have to negotiate with the extremists "eventually."
The Rochester School Board voted to approve several financial items Thursday night, including a new energy savings program, a new school bus, and tuition rates. Of those three items, the energy savings program is the only item designed to save the district money.