The bankruptcy law firm of Atkinson, Simms and Kermode announces the addition of an office in Covington. It offers the same services as the Lexington-based location, including personal bankruptcy litigation and filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Visit www.ask-law.com for more information.
Blue & Co. has joined the accounting firm association of Moore Stephens North America. The addition of Blue & Co. brings the total number of firms in the MSNA network to 55. For more information, visit www.blueandco.com.
Central Baptist Hospital's "Life with Diabetes" Outpatient Education program and Outpatient Nutrition Services have relocated to The Mall at Lexington Green. The new facility is next to Central Baptist HealthwoRx in the former CompUSA location. Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Special early or late appointments available by request. Phone: (859) 260-5122.
Fifth Third Bank Central Kentucky has extended hours of operation at its 19 locations. New hours are: 9 a.m. to 6 pm. Monday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. For more information, visit www.53.com.
The Lexington-based CPA firm The Livesay Group has opened a Louisville office at 309 East Market Street, No. 209. The Livesay Group was formed in 2005 by Bob and Bobby Livesay, a father and son who are third- and fourth-generation Livesay accountants. Since then, the Livesay Group has built a niche in Lexington serving small companies and plans to do the same in Louisville. Kimball Livesay is the managing director of the Louisville office. Phone: (502) 403-2220. Web site: www.livesaygroup.com.
Paladin, a firm specializing in building commissioning, mechanical and electrical engineering, controls technology and technical support to create "Building Systems That Work" has relocated to 143 Walton Avenue. Founded in 1986, the firm was formerly at 604 Bizzell Drive. For more information, visit www.paladinengineers.com.
WineStyles, a national wine boutique dedicated to simplifying the wine experience, has opened its first Kentucky location at 135 Moore Drive. The store has a complete wine bar and offers wines by the glass along with light appetizers daily. The store features a rotating selection of nearly 200 wines from around the world, most priced at $10 to $25 a bottle. Owners: Jim and Bev Taylor. Phone: (859) 278-9463. Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Web site: www.WineStylesLex.com.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo