Dover http://nhpr.org en Tuttle's Farm Sold, Ending Nearly Four Centuries Of Family Ownership http://nhpr.org/post/tuttles-farm-sold-ending-nearly-four-centuries-family-ownership <p>Three years after it was put up for sale, an 11-generation family farm in New Hampshire has been sold.&nbsp;</p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Members of the Tuttle family owned the 135-acre farm in Dover since 1632, one of America's oldest continuously operated family farms.&nbsp; They put the fruit-and-vegetable farm up for sale in the summer of 2010 as they dealt with competition from supermarkets, pick-it-yourself farms and debt.&nbsp;</span></p> Tue, 05 Nov 2013 20:17:52 +0000 Associated Press 37996 at http://nhpr.org Tuttle's Farm Sold, Ending Nearly Four Centuries Of Family Ownership Occupy NH Stages May Day Protest in Dover http://nhpr.org/post/occupy-nh-stages-may-day-protest-dover <p>The Occupy Movement held May-Day rallies all over the across the country yesterday.&nbsp;In New Hampshire the protest was focused on immigration reform.</p><p>Around ninety protesters in Dover were entertained by music from the &ldquo;Leftist Marching Band&rdquo;, as they rallied to support immigrants in the Granite state</p><p>Immigration activist Eva Castillo MC&rsquo;ed the&nbsp;Event.</p> Wed, 02 May 2012 02:38:30 +0000 Sam Evans-Brown 3979 at http://nhpr.org Occupy NH Stages May Day Protest in Dover Cain Gets the Benefit of the Doubt -- For Now http://nhpr.org/post/cain-gets-benefit-doubt-now <p>Questions continue about Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain and allegations of sexual harassment.&nbsp; Just as &nbsp;those reports first surfaced about two weeks ago, NHPR sat down with a group of Republican voters in Dover.&nbsp;</p><p>The focus was on the candidates and the primary.&nbsp; The issue of Cain&rsquo;s relations with women was not on the table and three of the participants spoke highly of Herman Cain.&nbsp; We got back in touch to see what they think now.</p> Thu, 10 Nov 2011 22:59:29 +0000 Jon Greenberg 391 at http://nhpr.org Cain Gets the Benefit of the Doubt -- For Now