From Town President Larry Dominick

Dear Cicero residents, January has been a mixed bag of weather. One week it is single digits or worse. The next week we are outside in t-shirts and shorts. While I hope we continue to have beautiful weather, I do ask everyone to be prepared for the bitter cold that can hit in February and even March. When temperatures drop to the single digits, or when wind chills fall below zero, try to go outside [Learn More]

Cicero Police, Neighborhood Watch Team Up In Outreach to Parents and Schoolchildren

Cicero’s Police Department and Neighborhood Watch program have teamed up to teach the next generation of Ciceronians to stay safe and seek help when in danger. The two groups visited area preschools to provide basic safety tips for schoolchildren, including providing workshops to parents and staff on Internet safety and the threat of cyberbullying and other types of online crime. “To keep our town safe, we need to do more than just stop crime as [Learn More]

Dr. King’s Legacy Honored At Cicero Commemoration

The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., appeared on full display during a special ceremony at Cicero’s Community Center. The Jan. 12 event featured community leaders who spoke about the impact King’s words and actions had on them, personally, and the community as a whole. “While Dr. King represents the lasting change that came about from the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s, his legacy stands for so much more,” said Kasumba [Learn More]

Christmas Season Closes With Three Kings Celebration

While most people were taking down the Christmas trees and turning off the outdoor lights, Cicero was adding one more festive celebration into the season with the annual Three Kings event. Held every Jan. 6 at Cicero Stadium, the town hosts residents for a night of fun music, free toys and the reenactment of the magi’s visit to the Christ Child. “For many people, Christmas ends on Dec. 25, but for the Latin Community, our [Learn More]

Santa Makes 10th Visit To CYC Holiday Party

Santa and Mrs. Claus marked a decade of coming to the Cicero Youth Commission’s Holiday Party on December 3. They were greeted by children excitedly waiting with their families packed into the Community Center’s hallways for a chance to deliver their wish lists and have a picture taken with Christmas’ famous Kringles. After each family had its photo taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus, the children received gifts courtesy of Town President Larry Dominick. They [Learn More]

From Town President Larry Dominick

Dear Cicero residents, Happy 2017! Last month I reflected on the many wonderful activities that occurred in Cicero in 2016. This month, I’d like to think about the many events we’ll host in town in the new year. The first is the annual Three Wise Kings celebration. On Jan. 6, at Cicero Stadium, we commemorate the Magi’s visit to the Christ child. It’s a great way to end the Christmas season with dance performances, refreshments, [Learn More]

Three Wise Kings Come to Cicero

Join Town President Larry Dominick and the Town Board of Trustees as they kick off the new year with the Three Wise Kings celebration scheduled for Friday, Jan. 6. This event starts at 6pm and is a very popular one for our community, with families filling Cicero Stadium to witness the reenactment of the wise men’s journey to visit the Christ child. There will be refreshments, other live performances and toys will be handed out [Learn More]

Cicero Police Spread Holiday Cheer With Annual Shop With A Cop Event

A number of Cicero families will have a merrier Christmas this year thanks to the Cicero Police Department. At the annual “Shop with a Cop” program, held in early December this year, select children were able to tell their Santa cops what they wanted for Christmas this year, giving the police a chance to purchase the items from Cicero’s Target at 2901 S. Cicero. Dozens of officers helped more than 30 families who have been [Learn More]

Morton East Students Impress At Northern Illinois University

In a testament of ingenuity and determination, students from Morton East were able to land themselves in a unique and rewarding position at a Northern Illinois University programming/engineering event. Having missed the deadline for Board approval to attend the event as a school function, seniors Arileny Chavarry, Gilberto Pineda, Alondra Corro, and junior Luis Vazquez – with permission from their parents – set upon themselves to participate in the competition. Upon arrival, the students discovered [Learn More]

Cicero Marks 7th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Attacks

Cicero residents and officials recognized the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor Attacks during a special ceremony at the Community Center on Dec. 7. The “day that will live in infamy,” as then-President Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed afterwards, brought about the United State’s involvement in World War II. “With fewer and fewer Americans, not to mention Cicero residents, still alive who fought in the war or even remember that important date, it’s important we continue to [Learn More]

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