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A toddler set a mattress on fire that then gutted the bedroom of a home in Cicero, a spokesman for the near west suburb said Saturday. No serious injuries were reported, but one person was treated on the scene for smoke inhalation. The fire occurred
Cardenas was a criminal justice major, her real dream was to one day live in a certain mansion in downstate Springfield. Her dream was to be governor of Illinois, recalled her mother, Belinda Rodriguez of Cicero. The Cicero woman, along with about 50
Correspondent The village of Midlothian will host an open house next week to get community feedback on its Cicero Avenue corridor plan. The project consists of rezoning and redeveloping Midlothian's stretch of the major thoroughfare, which has seen
A District man pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree murder while armed in connection with a rampage in which four people were shot, one fatally, said Ronald C...Seneca Benjamin, 33, entered the guilty plea while a jury was deliberating his case
Staff Reporteremail@example.com The 13 men in the concrete classroom in Division 3 of the Cook County Jail never imagined they'd end up trading their military uniforms for the beige scrubs that mark each of them as an inmate. The men -- once proud
Under the agreement, both companies will cross-sell and promote respective services as client needs demand. From sensible green renovations for hotels and other commercial property environments to technology infrastructure services, both Cicero's and
Tim is a conservative Republican who is against high taxes and increased spending. Tim's ideals match the beliefs of the Roman emperor Cicero more than 2,060 years ago. To paraphrase Cicero, "The budget should be balanced, the treasury should be
Special for the republic Vitruvius would be proud. The Summit School in Ahwatukee has honored the Roman architect and writer from the first century B.C. with a program that integrates art and design education with core curriculum.
TO IO9 Brontides, deep booming noises without any defined source, are audio cryptids...Some people call them Barisal Guns, because they are often heard in Barisal, near the Bay of Bengal. New Yorkers also hear them, although they call them Guns of
So this must be what it's like to play as defending champions. That is likely the thought that was running through the young Seneca Valley team this season as it watched the clock tick down on a season-opening loss to an inspired Central Valley team.