Business closings, openings and anniversaries: Week of Feb. 24

February 24, 2014 

Pet Wants: The Urban Feed Market, an all-natural pet food store, has opened in Chevy Chase. Pet Wants specializes in gluten-, soy-, wheat-, and corn-free dog and cat food sold by the pound. The store's pet food is made regionally once a month and doesn't travel through distribution centers or sit in warehouses. Pet Wants also makes dog jerky, pawsicles and wet food in-house with local ingredients. Pet Wants offers free delivery in Lexington. Address: 321 South Ashland Avenue. Phone: (859) 948-3333.. Find the store on Facebook at Facebook.com/petwantslexington.

Kentucky Bank has opened a new branch office in Richmond at 5008 Atwood Drive in the Madison Trace shopping center. Nichole Goodson is branch manager/ consumer lender, Laura Ormsby and Judy Laws are tellers, and Chris Menser is an investment adviser. To learn more about Kentucky Bank, go to Kybank.com.

Brighton Collectibles is coming to Fayette Mall this year and will be the first Brighton Collectibles in the Lexington market. The store offers belts, handbags, small leather accessories, fragrances, jewelry, sunglasses and shoes. Brighton Collectibles will be next to Michael Kors, near the mall's food court.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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