■ AT&T has opened a new store at 3098 Richmond Road. The store's staff of 19 is managed by John Raines. Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. Phone: (859) 269-0187.
■ After practicing veterinary medicine for 18 years at Richmond Road Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Gary Clark has moved his practice to Animal Clinic Leestown Road in the Meadowthorpe Kroger Plaza. Hours: 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays and Saturday mornings. Phone: (859) 225-5678.
■ Marc E. Craft P.S.C., a Lexington-based accounting firm, has been acquired by F.K. Perkins & Co., a Corbin-based regional accounting and management services firm. In addition to providing accounting, audit and income tax preparation services, F.K. Perkins & Co. provides medical practice management, business valuation and business reorganization services. The company will retain the office at 1604 Harrodsburg Road. Marc E. Craft and Amy Young will join the F.K. Perkins & Co.'s staff.
■ Local golf professional and entrepreneur Ryan Roche has launched Finish Line Medical Billing. Phone: (859) 309-0035. Web site: Finishlinemedicalbilling.com. E-mail: email@example.com.
■ Firehouse Subs has opened a second location, at 1781 Sharkey Way in the Townley Center. Hours: 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday-Sunday. Franchisees are Brandon Greene and Matthew Ishmael. In addition to offering subs and a Coca-Cola Freestyle Fountain, the restaurant pays tribute to Lexington with gear provided by Station 13 and a hand-painted mural depicting firefighters extinguishing a horse barn blaze.
■ God's Pantry Food Bank is now participating as a Kentucky Non-profit Best Practices Partner. Launched by Kentucky Non-profit Network, the partnership highlights non-profits committed to continuous improvement through the use of the principles and practices for non-profit excellence in Kentucky or other best practice tools. These guidelines are for strengthening the accountability, transparency and overall management of non-profit organizations. To view a current listing of Kentucky Non-profit Best Practices Partners, go to Kynonprofitpartners.org.
■ Transylvania graduates Joseph Mitchell and Robert Hamilton have launched LexEatIn.com, a Web- and phone-based service that delivers restaurant food to Lexington homes. Currently, the service offers delivery from 18 local restaurants. LexEatIn.com operates from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Customers may order online at Lexeatin.com, by phone at (859) 539-3663 or through the newly released iPhone app.
■ The Paul Miller Autogroup has opened Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center and Fortune Collision Centre at 1010 Bypass Road in Winchester. These businesses join Winchester's Paul Miller Auto Outlet to offer a comprehensive center that services all makes and models of automobiles, and a collision repair facility with certified technicians.
■ Benton-based Peel & Holland has become a member of Benefit Advisors Network, a national network of employee benefit brokerage and consulting firms. Joining 42 nationwide members, Peel & Holland can now offer its clients resources available only at larger brokerage firms, such as compliance and pharmacy directors, as well as access to products and services for specialty markets. Find out more at Peelholland.com.
■ Dr. Earl G. Robbins and Central Kentucky Gastroenterology, a physician practice group in Central Kentucky since 1999, have become associated with Lexington Clinic. The association will take effect Dec. 1, at which time Robbins will become a member of Lexington Clinic's Associate Physician Network.
■ Thai Orchid Café has undergone changes recently, including remodeling of the restaurant, enhanced online ordering capabilities, a mobile phone ordering app and a new customer loyalty program. The restaurant is also under new ownership, as owner Toa Green has taken full responsibility from her parents, Kat and Suda Veerasethakul. The Veerasethakuls will "pass the wok" at Thai Orchid's grand re-opening at 4 p.m. Dec. 5. Thai Orchid is at 1030 South Broadway.
Compiled by Dorothea wingo