Insurance Experts: Morton College, A Leader In Campus Safety

Morton College has achieved one of the top spots as a safe college campus in the United States in a new study released this fall. According to HomeInsurance.com, a consumer-centric insurance marketplace, Morton College has been tapped as the Fourth-Safest College Campus in the country, beating out nearly 400 other campuses. Pennsylvania State University – Harrisburg, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse and Bristol Community College in Massachusetts were the top three schools, respectively. To [Learn More]

Cicero Celebrates Mexican Independence During Festival

Thousands of people flooded Cicero’s fairgrounds at 34th and Laramie in celebration of everything south of the border during the annual Mexican Independence Day celebration this September. Heading out to the grounds from September 10-13, residents from Cicero and nearby communities gathered to listen to live music while enjoying rides, food and many other offerings, courtesy of the partnership between the Cicero Mexican Cultural Committee and the Town’s Department of Special Events. As Sunday, September [Learn More]

September 11 Remembered In Town Ceremonies

The Town of Cicero honored the memories of thousands of victims during a somber commemoration of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The event, held on September 10 at the Community Center, recalled the day 14 years ago when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Flight 93 that crashed after a passenger revolt over Pennsylvania, saving the loss of more lives in Washington. Cicero’s first responders spoke during the event, talking about their memories [Learn More]

Summer in the Park Ends As Autumn Begins

Cicero’s Summer in the Park festival closed in traditional fashion as hundreds of Cicero families and kids gathered at Cicero Community Park for the End of Summer event held on August 30. Children attending the event witnessed stunt motorcycling, enjoyed rides, face painting, food, live music and finished their night with a fireworks show. “This year’s weather kept us from having a larger Summer in the Park than before,” said Jeffry Pesek, organizer for the [Learn More]

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