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Marvin Mailey began as a patrol officer with the Dover Police Department in 1993 and became chief of police in 2017. (Special to the Delaware State News/Gary Emeigh)

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Neighborhoods in the Dover area received around five inches of snow by Sunday morning in the first winter storm of 2019.

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Two businessmen order lunch from the Hungry Spork food truck on Legislative Mall last month. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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Mrs. Kleimo said there are a lot more homeless people in Dover now than when she opened the Interfaith Mission nearly 10 years ago. It’s been estimated there are 300 to 400 throughout the Dover area. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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Jeanine Kleimo talks with guest Teddy Scaggs at the Dover Interfaith Mission for Housing. Mrs. Kleimo founded the Dover Interfaith Mission for Housing in 2008, bringing religious institutions from across the board together to provide food, shelter, job training and counseling for homeless men in the city. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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The ratification words of the Delaware assembly and the delegates who unanimously approved it are on a plaque on a wall next to the sculpture.

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This sculpture, a 13-foot quill and cube, was commissioned in 1987 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Delaware’s ratification of the Constitution. It is located on the corner of South State and North streets in Dover. (Delaware State News/Andrew West)

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Flags along Loockerman Street in downtown Dover tell shoppers when a particular store is open and ready for business. (Delaware State News photo by Marc Clery)