Naperville Now 10-26-18

October 26, 2018
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Judge O’Shea

DuPage County Judge Patrick O’Shea may lose his seat. The Illinois Judicial Inquiry Board filed a complaint with the Illinois Courts Commission against him, with charges of conduct “prejudicial to the administration of justice” and bringing “the judicial office into disrepute.” O’Shea is charged with one count of making false comments to detectives and a misleading testimony before the Judicial Inquiry Board in relation to a September 2017 case when he fired a bullet into a neighbor’s apartment unit in Wheaton. He was also charged with attempting to retaliate against a court clerk who filed a sexual harassment complaint against him. O’Shea could face a public reprimand, censure, suspension, or removal from the bench if he’s found guilty of the charges. Though his courthouse access is restricted, O’Shea is on the November ballot seeking reelection.



Yesterday evening you may have spotted some costumed canines running around Naperville. Two Bostons hosted their annual Howl-O-Ween pet parade for super dogs, floral dogs, and even dogs disguised as other animals. They collected tasty treats along downtown’s sidewalks and could take pictures with their owners at a photo booth.


Game On!

Last night the Halloween spirit took over Center Stage Theater for the seventh episode of NCTV17’s Game On! The fundraiser featured Team Thrills with their zombie looks, captained by Josh McBroom who was joined by teammates Julie Cunningham, Jeff Gross, and Marcie Schatz. Team Thrills Adams Family included Mike Havala, Celeste Wagner, Matt Moser, and Captain Kelly Meyer Douglas. To find out who won you can join the cast and crew for the watch party at Aurelio’s Pizza in Springbrook Square on Monday, October 29 at 7 p.m.


Volleyball Highlights

Five of our local teams played in regional championship games last night for three title plaques. At Oswego East, Benet Academy avenged last season’s sectional loss to Minooka with a two set win for the regional crown. At Plainfield East, Waubonsie Valley defeated Naperville Central in two sets to bring home a regional title for the second straight year. Waubonsie will play Benet on Monday in the sectional semi final. Host Naperville North narrowly defeated Neuqua Valley in a close two set match, 25-23, 25-23. The Huskies win their regional and advance to play Lockport in the sectional semis.