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  • Family donates home to help others

     

    The family of Thomas and Lucille Osbourne has provided a very unique gift to help others.

    That’s what Kristy McGrew, marketing and public relations officer for Communicare, said of the home recently donated to the group.

  • Robinson makes professional debut in 'The Stephen Foster Story'

     

    Aaron Robinson is no newcomer to the stage and theater, but this is his first season as a professional actor, and he’s getting his first big break as a cast member of “The Stephen Foster Story” at My Old Kentucky Home in Bardstown.

    Robinson has experience in the theater as a member of the Central Kentucky Community Theatre here in Springfield, where he started as a third-grader, and he has also done some shows in Bardstown, including “Seussical” and “Shrek.”

  • Campbell in fourth year with "The Stephen Foster Story"

     

    From the small stage of Central Kentucky Community Theatre to a starring role in “The Stephen Foster Story,” Charlotte Campbell has certainly come a long way.

    Campbell, 21, got her start as a 13-year-old on the Springfield stage in the community theater, but she now plays the lead female role and love interest to Stephen Foster himself in the long-running story of one of America’s great songwriters.

  • Correction on A10

    An article on page A10 in this week's edition of The Sun about a rabies clinic being held tomorrow at Washington County Middle School incorrectly states that it will be held from 5-9 p.m. The correct time is from 5-7 p.m. 

  • Household items taken in Mackville

    More than $2,000 worth of tools and equipment was reported stolen from a construction site at 9213 Bloomfield Road on May 22, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

    The incident report notes that a person or persons used a metal pipe to break the lock on a construction trailer between the hours of 5 p.m. on May 21 and 7:30 a.m. the following day. Taken were items being used in the construction of a new home at the address.

  • Single-car accident leaves man injured

    A man was flown to the University of Kentucky Medical Center following a single-car accident on Ky. 555 on May 30.

    The driver, Keelan R. Dean of Lawrenceburg, was transported from the scene by helicopter after crashing along the side of the roadway into a ditch and a rocky area, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Springfield has it all this summer

    Kick your summertime fun up a notch with a birthday celebration, fireworks, remote-control jets, music jams and more in Springfield, Ky. Beginning with its Independence Day Celebration, Springfield keeps things hopping with activities for everyone in the family. Visit www.SeeSpringfield.com to plan your summertime fun.

    Birthday bash

  • Play it safe with fireworks

    Ashley Spalding
    A.P.R.N.

    As the Fourth of July approaches, communities will be organizing parades and fireworks displays to celebrate and many individuals will also be purchasing fireworks for their own display.  To prevent injury, it’s best to remember important safety information if you plan to have your own fireworks display.
     

  • 2015 Jeannie Award Gala nominees

    Central Kentucky Community Theatre walks the red carpet from Mordecai’s to the Springfield Opera House for the 5th annual Jeannie Awards Gala, Monday, June 15, 6:30 p.m. Join us for an evening celebrating our past season and sneak peek into next.

  • News briefs for 6/10

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