Created in 1926, the statue was moved from Garfield Park to its current location during the 2003 stadium renovations.

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With Extreme Cold, Many Area Schools Closing Or Moving To Remote LearningMany suburban public schools, as well as private and parochial schools across the Chicago area, will close or go remote Wednesday due to dangerously cold weather.
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Woman Sues After Being Attacked By Rottweilers In St. CharlesA Kane County family on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the owners of two Rottweilers who viciously attacked a 51-year-old woman in December.
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University Of Chicago Holding Virtual Safety MeetingThe University of Chicago late Tuesday will hold a meeting on trying to tackle crime near the Hyde Park campus.
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