ROCHESTER — City Manager Blaine Cox and Mayor Caroline McCarley wish to provide the community with the following food and home safety tips to keep in mind relating to the COVID-19 crisis.
A renewed partnership among multiple community organizations will once again provide families with an essential resource to better protect their children.
Police Chief Paul Toussaint is pleased to announce that the Rochester Police Department is currently accepting applications for full-time officers.
The Rochester Recreation and Police Departments invite residents to enjoy a new holiday tradition by taking part in Christmas on the Common next month.
Rochester Police are working to establish stronger lines of communication between law enforcement and those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Rochester Police Officer to Light Cauldron at Special Olympics State Summer Games Opening Ceremonies
ROCHESTER — Chief Paul Toussaint is pleased to announce that Community Engagement Officer Kyle Danie will light the ceremonial cauldron to signify the start of the Special Olympics New Hampshire State Summer Games later this week.
ROCHESTER — Chief Paul Toussaint is pleased to announce that the Rochester Police Department will host the 2018 Wings and Wheels event next month.
Officer Danie spends little time fulfilling traditional police patrol duties, instead focusing his attention on being an approachable public face of the department for students, business owners and residents alike.
Administrative Assistant Cindi Potts Retires After 37 Years with Rochester Fire and Police Departments
Administrative Assistant Cindi Potts — known by Rochester Fire verterans for her trademark space heater and the high temperatures that surrounded her desk — officially retired last week.
The Rochester Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect wanted after a violent and unprovoked attack on a woman.