Those who have spent time in downtown or attended the many events in Rochester have likely had a chance to meet Police Officer Tracy Hayes, who has been with the Rochester Police Department for the past five and a half years. Hayes declined to publicly comment on her reasons for resigning.
Come one come all and enjoy an entertaining evening in a family style coffee house setting. A "Light in the Window Coffee House" will feature live acoustic music with Ravens Nest, Lisah Plumley Zimpfer and Chris Zimpfer and friends on Saturday, Oct. 3 at 6 to 8:30 p.m. downstairs at the Kensington Congregational Church, 108 Amesbury Road in Kensington.
This could be a match made in Ouranos : to catch some Greek fire and a lively evening of Mediterranean music, food and dance in the gorgeous olde-world atmosphere of the newly opened Castle on Charles in Rochester. Slated for Saturday, Oct. 10, the evening will feature The Carol Coronis Band, playing traditional Aegean and Anatolian music kicked up with a Balkan-Mediterranean groove.
The Franklin Gallery at RiverStones Custom Framing, At 33 North Main St., Rochester, will host an exhibit called Enlarged Braille for the month of October during regular business hours. The exhibit will feature interactive artwork from Ms.
The Lilac City has seen a slight decrease in fires this year, but Rochester Fire Department Deputy Chief Tim Wilder still encourages residents to learn about fire safety during National Fire Prevention Week kicking off this Saturday, Oct. 3. According to Fire Department documents, Rochester has seen 82 fire-related incidents as of Oct. 1 this year as opposed to 92 incidents in the same time frame last year. However, the most common type of fire, brush or brush-and-grass mixture fires, has doubled: 30 brush fires have occurred so far in 2015 as opposed to the 14 that occurred by 2014.
The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force arrested fugitive Jeremy Jackson, 24, of Rochester in the woods near the Norway Plains apartment complex on Thursday morning, Sept. 24. The U.S. Marshals were requested to assist in the location and arrest of Jackson, who was wanted on an outstanding Strafford County warrant for probation violations.
The first agreement comes one week after NhSolarGarden.com received state approval from the Department of Environmental Services to build a community solar garden over a capped landfill in Milton, the first array of its kind in New Hampshire, according to NhSolarGarden.com founder Andrew Kellar. The garden is also unique in that it will be one of the bigger solar gardens in the state and the biggest in the Seacoast region, Kellar said.
A new mentoring program between freshmen and senior Rochester students has begun as collaboration between Rochester Middle School and Spaulding High School with support from the Safe Schools Healthy Students grant. As a result of this new program, mentors and mentees were able to take a field trip on Thursday, Sept.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday that he would send Syrian refugees "back" if he were elected to the White House. In New Hampshire for the first time since he failed to correct a man's rant about President Barack Obama being a Muslim , Trump was greeted by a few thousand cheering fans - and he was fired up.
But the nickname wasn't so cute at 11:30 p.m. last Friday, Sept. 25, when Clement, 72, noticed one of his two dogs had snapped his chain and disappeared into the woods surrounding his home on rural Crown Point Road in Rochester.
The 140th Rochester Fair is in the books. The midway packed up and moved on to the next venue, but an unpleasant backwash lingers - as if someone ate fried dough and little chunks of it were left floating in the hand-squeezed lemonade.
Jailhouse phone calls between accused murderer Tristan Wolusky and a Rochester woman charged with witness tampering revealed their plans to convince Wolusky's co-conspirator not to testify. Prosecutors allege that Wolusky, Zachary Pinette, 19, of Springvale, Maine, and Michael Tatum, 22, of Barrington, drove to Madbury teen Aaron Wilkinson's home on the night of June 21, 2014, with plans to steal money and drugs from Wilkinson.
In this Sept. 17, 2015 file photo, a reference to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is seen on the notes of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as he tucks his papers into his jacket as he arrives at a town hall event in Rochester, N.H. Brady says his comments that he hopes Donald Trump will win the presidency were taken out of context and an example of why he tries to say as little as possible when speaking publicly.