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Tribune reporterA Cicero man was ordered held without bail after being charged with sexually assaulting seven children over a 14-year period, according to Cook County prosecutors. Maximino Roman-Castaneda, 57, of the 2000 block of South Cicero Avenue, appeared in...
The 2005 slaying of a 23-year-old Cicero woman has resulted in murder charges against her estranged husband and his friend, authorities said today, and both men are being held without bail. James Murry, 35, was extradited from where he had been living...
Cicero Town President Larry Dominick and three of his political allies will not be allowed to rule on objections filed against candidates in the upcoming town elections, including those they support and oppose, a Cook County judge said Friday. In a...
Cicero Town President Larry Dominick will be on the ballot to seek re-election next month, a court-appointed election board ruled Wednesday. Town officials said the board dismissed allegations that Dominick owed debts to the town and was ineligible to...
Tribune reporterFour gang members have been charged with beating a Cicero man to death after one accused him of breaking a bottle on the floor at a party they were all attending, authorities said. Peter Ocampo, 28, of the 3500 block of South 57th Court in the west...
Tribune reporterA man who was paroled just two days earlier was ordered held without bail Saturday in the 2005 murder of a 23-year-old Cicero woman. Travon D. McDonald, 29, of Hickory Hills is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Nayely Murry. He is charged...
Tags: Prosecution, Cook County Government, Murder
Special to the TribuneCicero resident Lizveth Mendez has given up on her quest to become town president. Mendez announced her decision Monday after a Cook County Circuit Court judge last week rejected her appeal of an earlier ruling that knocked her off the Feb. 26 ballot....
Two historic Oak Park properties will benefit from state grants, the state announced this month. The Historical Society of Oak Park and River Forest will receive $125,000 from an Illinois capital investing program to help renovate an old fire house,...
Special to the TribuneCicero President Larry Dominick and several others testified this afternoon at an election hearing focused on whether Dominick should be tossed from the ballot. Juan Ochoa, a candidate running against Dominick for mayor, and David Donahue, a candidate...
Tribune reporterA man running for president of Cicero is taking his allegations of harassment and intimidation a step further by filing a lawsuit against the near west suburb’s leader, his re-election team and elected town officials. In a lawsuit filed Monday in...
Things are starting to get ugly in the race for president of Cicero — a town where political hardball is commonplace. Incumbent Larry Dominick, who will be seeking a third term as town president in February, has moved quickly to denounce one of his...
A pedestrian who was hit by a vehicle in Cicero died Friday night, authorities said. The victim, a male of an unknown age, was a pedestrian who was hit by a vehicle in the 3400 block of South Cicero Avenue in Cicero, according to the Cook County...
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