An artist's rendering of the fully restored clock tower that will serve as the Pullman National Monument visitor center when it opens in 2021.PROVIDED.

Work To Begin On Visitors Center In Pullman’s Historical Clock Tower

The National Park Service, which is leading the project, hopes to complete the visitors center by spring 2021. It just awarded a $5.8 million contract for the work.

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As Coronavirus Kills More In Illinois, Tearful Public Health Boss Begs Residents To Take Virus Seriously

An emotional Dr. Ngozi Ezike pleaded with Illinoisans to wear masks and social distance as new cases and deaths from COVID-19 rapidly climb throughout the state.

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Band of Bohemia, Nation’s Only Michelin-Starred Gastropub, Closes After Filing For Bankruptcy

The closure also comes after a slew of anonymous allegations involving the gastropub's ownership and former chef were published on Instagram.

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Coronavirus Kills 31 More People Across Illinois

Two of the most recent victims were from Cook County: a man in his 30s and a woman in her 90s.