Polish Constitution Day

The Town of Cicero will celebrate Polish Constitution Day at 11am on Wednesday, May 4, at the Cicero Community Center. The event will celebrate the Polish community in Cicero and commemorate the declaration of the May 3, 1791 Constitution, the first of its type in Europe. Every year we recognize all of our various ethnic groups and salute their histories and cultures. We host events for Hispanics, African-Americans, Italian, Czechs, Greeks, Polish and Lithuanians, among [Learn More]

Cicero Police Department Accepting Applications

The Fire and Police Commissioners of the Town of Cicero will be distributing applications for testing to create an eligibility list for full time police officer (Probationary) with the Cicero Police Department. There will be a maximum of 250 applications distributed on a first come first served basis. Application packages may be picked up by applicant only, with identification, from the office of the Fire and Police Commission located at 5410 W 34th St Cicero [Learn More]

Crowds Gather To Celebrate Greek Independence Day

Cicero residents gathered at the Community Center on April 6 to celebrate the many contributions of the Greek community during the annual Greek Independence Day commemoration. The special event featured Greek cuisine and entertainment as well as speaker Dimitra Georgouses discussing Greek heritage and its impact in America. Georgouses serves as the National Hellenic Museum’s Education and Public Programs Manager. Greek Independence Day celebrates the success of the Greek Revolution when the European nation gained [Learn More]

Easter Bunny Returns to Cicero To the Delight of Packed Community Center

The Easter Bunny and his wife hopped into Cicero on March 19 to the delight of throngs of children gathered at the Cicero Community Center. As part of the 24th Annual Easter Bunny Celebration, the festive characters arrived for a day filled with photos and fun for the Cicero youth. Hosted by the Cicero Youth Commission, the Easter Bunny Celebration gives children a chance to get their photo taken with the Easter Bunny and Mrs. [Learn More]

Morton 201 Awarded AP District Of The Year By College Board

J. Sterling Morton High School District 201 is among the best when it comes to taking Advanced Placement classes. That’s why the College Board’s AP program bestowed the District of the Year award to the Cicero and Berwyn district this year. Students at Morton East and West high schools were notified of the special honor at a March 17 assembly. To win the District of the Year award, Morton 201 had to first have an [Learn More]

Spring Ushered In With Annual Hearts & Shamrocks Dinner Dance

Cicero senior residents packed Cicero’s Community Center on Wednesday, March 2, to welcome Spring with the annual Hearts & Shamrocks Dinner and Dance. A celebration of Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day, the annual midday gathering has marked the start of the spring activities in Cicero for several years now. This year, Town President Larry Dominick welcomed the large crowd to the Community Center, where revelers dined on a traditional Irish meal of corned beef, [Learn More]

Greek Independence Day

The Town of Cicero will celebrate Greek Independence Day at 11am on Wednesday, April 6, at the Cicero Community Center. The event will include Greek cuisine, Greek entertainment and speakers discussing Greek heritage. Every year we recognize all of our various ethnic groups and salute their histories and cultures. We host events for Hispanics, African-Americans, Italian, Czechs, Greeks, Polish and Lithuanians, among many others. These events commemorate the birthday of the Rev. Martin Luther King, [Learn More]

Cicero Closes March With Annual Easter In The Park

Hundreds of Cicero families and children packed Community Park on March 26 for the annual Easter in the Park celebration. Children lined around the fields at 34th & Laramie, eyeing the treasure-filled eggs before them, as they awaited the opportunity to dash for plastic packages containing candy, chocolate, toys and more. The hunt, a centerpiece of the festival, started off the afternoon of springtime celebrations that included train rides, face painting and a chance to [Learn More]

Cicero Holds Down Property Tax Rates

Town President Larry Dominick and the Cicero Town Board of Trustees approved an abatement of property taxes to save the town’s residents $8.2 million for 2016. The abatement is a continuation of holding the line on municipal property taxes, a priority for Dominick’s administration. The Town Board has approved abatement nearly every year during the previous five years and has not made any new borrowing requests, focusing on paying down debt inherited from previous administrations [Learn More]

Unity Junior High Honors Straight-A Students

Perfection is meant to be difficult to achieve. That’s why when a student receives perfect grades, even for a quarter, its an accomplishment worth celebrating. Unity Junior High School recognized more than 400 students in 7th and 8th grades who have straight-A’s after the second quarter. The students were honored with a breakfast and special certificates from school administrators. “We are extremely proud of all of our students who can take on a challenge and [Learn More]

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