Central Baptist Hospital has broken ground on a seven-story building at its Nicholasville Road campus that will house a state-of-the-art cancer center, a women's center, 44 private medical/surgical rooms, and 40 intensive care unit beds. Included in the project is a five-floor parking garage with two additional floors of medical office space. Construction is expected to be completed within three years.
Home Instead Senior Care, serving residents in Anderson, Bullitt, Hardin, Henry, Franklin, Nelson, Owen, Scott, Shelby, Spencer and Woodford counties, is under new ownership. Originally opened in 2005, the franchise is now owned and operated by Jim and Iris Aneszko. The office is located at 2225 Lawrenceburg Road, Building A, in Frankfort. Phone: (502) 352-7272. Web site: Homeinstead.com/629.
Lockmasters Security Institute, Nicholasville, has merged with Tactical Operations Support Services, a security training center in Woodbridge, Va. TOSS teaches the latest tactics, techniques and procedures to law enforcement and special operations units. LSI is the industry leader in innovative, physical security education. For more information, visit Lsi-Toss.com.
John E. Riddle has acquired the Edward Jones office at 1060 Chinoe Road, Suite 136. Phone: (859) 269-4800.
Tractor Supply Company has opened its 37th Kentucky store in Cynthiana. The 24,500 square-foot store, located in a portion of the former Big Lots at 994 U.S. 27 South, employs 14 people. It is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays. The company has been operating in Kentucky since 1966.
Mark Simpson, a Lexington psychologist, has combined his love for sports and his training as a psychologist to form KY Sports Psychology. Simpson has lived in Lexington since 1983 and is a member of the Association of Applied Sports Psychology and a member of the Kentucky Psychological Association. Simpson will work with athletes, coaches and parents at all levels of competition. Simpson also will speak to groups about mental toughness, team building, overcoming challenges, coaching performance and other topics. Call (859) 699-3550 or e-mail DrMark@kysportpsych.co.
Wild Cat Saloon has opened at 123 Cheapside in the steel-structured pavilion. The new bar features local whiskey and bourbon, a 30-foot by 30-foot outdoor patio, and the "Wild Cats," who dance on the bar. This is the fifth Colorado Mountain-themed bar opened by entrepreneurs Ric Payne and Will Howe. For more information about Wild Cat Saloon, check it out on Facebook.
Yo2go has opened a full studio with daily classes and a boutique, The Yoga Lounge, at 216 North Limestone Street, next door to Sayre School. Allison Dial founded Yo2go three years ago, focusing on in-home instruction and corporate classes, which she will continue to offer. Yo2go Studio will offer a variety of classes including Vinyasa Flow, Power Yoga, Mat Pilates, Sivinanda, Ashtanga and Kundalini. For a schedule and rates, go to Yo2gostudio.com. Phone: (859) 259-4944.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo