Summertime is here and we all look forward to the traditional activities associated with the warmer weather, which includes gathering with friends and families through outdoor grilling, block parties and many other types of events and occasions.
With Spring starting to appear and summer just around the corner, it's time for Cicero residents to renew their vehicle stickers.
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Hawthorne Park District’s efforts to provide soccer for underprivileged youth in Cicero received a generous donation from one Chicagoland company last month. Elé Corporation, a McCook-based manufacturer, donated $5,000 to the SAFE Foundation’s soccer programs held in the Hawthorne Park District. Since 1984, the SAFE Foundation and Soccer Made in America (SMIA) have been providing free soccer camps, clinics and training for children in need in the Chicago area as a means to encourage them to achieve higher educational goals, be more motivated as students and athletes, and stay off the streets.
On December 6, Isabella Rose Madrigal of Cicero woke up happy and vibrant as always. Her parents however, noticed a slight droop of her upper lip. Because she did not act like something was wrong, they decided to monitor it and take her to see a doctor the next day if nothing changed.
Cicero’s pet population has a new center to receive needed medical care as Cicero officials welcomed a new animal hospital in Cicero on June 2. The Animal Hospital on Route 66, located at 6045 W Ogden Avenue, is a dream project of Ernesto Perez, a veterinarian who said this hospital is a long time coming for him.