Town President

Larry Dominick

Cicero To Settle Sexual Harassment Case Against Dominick For $675K

It’s the second time the town has agreed to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Town President Larry Dominick.

08/08/2013

Cicero Town President Larry Dominick, left; opponent Juan Ochoa. (Cicero; CBS)

Dominick Easily Fends Off Challenge For Cicero Town President

Cicero Town President Larry Dominick easily won his bid for re-election Tuesday in a contentious three-way contest marked by accusations of corruption, voter intimidation and ballot-fixing.

02/26/2013

Cicero Town President Larry Dominik. (Credit: CBS)

Opponent Accuses Cicero President Of Intimidation

Things are getting heated in Cicero, where Town President Larry Dominick is being accused of political intimidation.

01/20/2013

Larry Dominick

Cicero Residents Debate Ballot Eligibility Of Town President

Juan Ochoa, a challenger to Larry Dominick, says the incumbent cannot run because he owes the city both business license fees and permit fees for construction work on his own home.

01/13/2013

Larry Dominick

$500K For Fired Cicero Worker Who Alleged Harassment By Dominick

The town of Cicero will be forking over $500,000 as part of a settlement to a former town worker.

CBS Chicago–12/28/2011

Larry Dominick

Report: Cicero Payroll Loaded With Town President’s Wife’s Family

Cicero Town President Larry Dominick campaigned on a pledge to end nepotism, but now, a published report says he has put his wife and at least eight of her relatives on the public payroll.

CBS Chicago–10/03/2011

Betty Loren Maltese

Betty-Loren Maltese’s Old House To Go Up For Auction

A piece of the storied history of corruption in west suburban Cicero can now be yours.

CBS Chicago–07/25/2011

Betty Loren Maltese

Betty Loren-Maltese Returns To Cicero

It has only been one year since former Cicero town president Betty Loren-Maltese returned to the Chicago area after serving a seven year sentence in a California prison and now hopes to get her conviction overturned.

CBS 2–02/16/2011