Artist Santiago X points to the area of the park where the proposed mound would be located.Alex V. Hernandez/Block Club Chicago

Mound Project To Celebrate Area’s Native American History At Horner Park Could Break Ground in September

Current plans call for a 12-foot-tall mound that would be seeded with buffalo grass and take about two years to complete.

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Eden In Near West Side Closing Because Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Co-owner Jodi Fyfe and chef/owner Devon Quinn will close the restaurant this weekend after more three years in business.

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As Illinois Reports 25 More Coronavirus Deaths, Chicago’s Top Doctor Warns City ‘Not Immune’ To Surge

Dr. Allison Arwady said she's concerned Chicago is starting to see its coronavirus numbers rise.

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City Colleges Students Who Had To Drop Out Due To Debt Can Now Get It Cleared And Return To Class

A new program, called Fresh Start, will allow about 21,000 people to return to class if they were previously unable to do so because they had debt they couldn't pay.