Dover is nestled between the mountains and the ocean. The community is close to the University of New Hampshire, Pease International Tradeport and harbors a local airport. The city is a short drive to the Port of New Hampshire, the state's only deep water port, scene to industrial barges escorted by tugs, importing and exporting goods to and from the Granite State. Dover is a quick commute to the metropolitan area of Boston, and less than an hour's drive to Boston's Logan International Airport. In addition, there is easy access to rail and highway transportation routes.


The quality of life in Dover is unmatched. Dover boasts an exceptional school system, outstanding parks and recreation services, as well as premier medical facilities. The downtown area reflects the city's mill heritage. The Cochecho River graces the banks of the downtown. Members of the community hustle by on shopping or business trips.

The city of Dover has a long and colorful history spanning nearly four centuries. Its earliest days as a colonial seaport led to a successful shipbuilding industry in the 1700s, and it flourished in the 19th century as the nation's leading manufacturer of cotton goods. The development of a brick industry spanned decades of successful mill operations through the middle of the 20th century. Dover's renaissance as a thriving, competitive community continues today.


Somersworth is a small city providing all the advantages of a small town combined with all of the amenities of a big city. The Salmon Falls River, once an integral part of the mill district, now serves as the picturesque backdrop for the revitalized mills which now house both commercial and residential tenants.

The public school system is comprised of the High School and Career Technical Center, a robust middle school and three elementary schools. Idlehurst Elementary, the newest school in the City, is the “greenest” School in the State of NH, boasting state of the art facilities. The high school Career Technical Center breaks ground on a major renovation project in the spring of 2016. Along with engineering, culinary, biotech, the building trades and more the renovated center will begin offering medical studies and the arts in the Fall of 2016. New Hampshire students average 24.2 on the ACT test (U.S. average is 20.9) and our students scored an average 1567 on the SAT’s (U.S. average is 1498). Source:

The College Board 2013.


Rochester, known as the Lilac City, is located in southeastern New Hampshire.With a population of almost 30,000, Rochester is one of the largest cities in New  Hampshire. Encompassing over 44 square miles of rolling hills and rivers,  Rochester is conveniently located only a short distance from New Hampshire's  famous Lakes Region, the White Mountains with its ski resorts and the Seacoast  with its superb beaches.


Whether covered with its famous lilacs in the spring, flowers blooming in the  summer, spectacular autumn foliage or fresh-fallen snow, the Rochester area is a  scenic delight.

One of Rochester's many attributes is its excellent air, highway, rail and water  transportation connections. Major highways include routes 11, 108, 125, 202 and  the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 16), a four lane, limited access highway with six exits to the City. This expressway provides easy access to Interstate 95, the  Pease International Tradeport, Boston's Logan Airport, Manchester International  Airport, the Portland International Jetport and the Port of Portsmouth. The New  Hampshire Northcoast rail line and Skyhaven Airport also serve Rochester.


Settled in 1631, South Berwick is located on the Salmon Falls River, a tidal estuary that guided Maine's earliest settlers to build a water powered sawmill that became one of the first in America. South Berwick is a vibrant community of residences and small businesses. It is a walkable village with retail shops and restaurants. Many of the buildings and homes downtown are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Berwick Academy, which was founded in 1791. It is the oldest educational institution in Maine. Homes are spread along miles of country roads that wind through farmlands and conservation areas, as well as friendly residential neighborhoods.

The Hackmatack Playhouse in Berwick and Dover provides year round theater activities. Seasonal productions can be found at the Ogunquit Playhouse, Theater by the Sea in Portsmouth, Prescott Park in Portsmouth, and the Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth.

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