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Someone stole money from hospital staff
Campbellsville polie are looking for more information about a reported theft at Taylor Regional Hospital. Police say on Monday, they responded to the hospital on reported theft of money. After an investigation, they determined that an unknown black male walked into the administrative offices of the hospital, and is believed to have taken an undetermined amount of cash from hospital staff. Anyone who knows anything should call the Campbellsville Police Department’s Pride Line at, 270-469-PRIDE (7743).
Delay in connector road
Crews working on the Kentucky 33 to 34 Connector Road north of Danville have hit some snags that briefly delayed the project. The Advocate Messenger says the entire project should be finished by October 12th. Traffic should be able to flow safely through the two-mile stretch of new road by September 7th. The road was originally set to be done by August, but it's been delayed because of bad weather and scheduling conflicts.
Rape indictment against Liberty man
A Casey County man accused of raping a woman earlier this year has been indicted. A grand jury has indicted 43-year-old Carl Hoffman of Liberty for first degree rape and being a persistent felony offender. The incident allegedly happened on March 27th, and it involved an adult woman. His bond was set at $20,000.
Movie and Music set for Danville
If you're looking for something to do tonight, what about checking out a classic movie in Danville? The Heart of Danville’s “Downtown ’Til Dusk” series begins tonight with a concert and movie at Constitution Square Historic Site. The fourth season of Lawn Chair Theater kicks off with “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.” Live music starts at 8, with The Fabulous Space Rockers, and the movie begins at dusk.