City Manager Blaine Cox is pleased to announce that the Rochester Economic Development Commission is partnering with the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center (NH SBDC) to further expand business advising services in Rochester.
ROCHESTER — Mayor Caroline McCarley and City Manager Blaine Cox are pleased to announce that the City of Rochester has awarded a $45,000 JOB Loan to support the launch of a local brewery.
ROCHESTER — Residents looking to have curtains made, a jacket tailored or a hem repaired need look no further– a new business in Rochester will provide a local destination for sewing and alterations needs of all kinds.
ROCHESTER — Approximately 120 Maple Street Magnet School students explored the designated outdoor learning spaces at the Hanson Pines Trails Friday, closely examining trees, foliage, wildlife and the Cocheco River.
City Manager Blaine Cox and Recreation & Arena Director Chris Bowlen is pleased to share that Rochester Recreation & Arena has received a generous donation from the Rochester Social Club.
ROCHESTER –City Manager Blaine Cox is pleased to announce that the City of Rochester is seeking public input for the Downtown Master Plan.
ROCHESTER –City Manager Blaine Cox and the Rochester Commission for Arts and Culture are pleased to announce an upcoming informational event for residents with a passion for arts and culture, as well as the launch of a new website for the commission.
ROCHESTER — The Rochester Farmers Market is pleased to announce that its Vouchers for Veterans program will return this September.
Rochester Listens held a meeting earlier this week to give members of the business community in order to help shape city priorities.
*Save the Date* Rochester Fire Department Invites Community to Third Annual Fire Safety Festival and Parade
Chief Mark Klose is pleased to announce that the Rochester Fire Department will host its third annual Fire Safety Festival and Parade.