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Business transitions

Forcht Bank has opened its newest banking center at 2410 Lantern Ridge Drive in Richmond Center. This is the bank's 34th location and its first in Madison County. Longtime Madison County banker Bill Walters has been named market president. The full-service facility will employ seven people and have four drive-up lanes and a drive-up ATM. The bank will celebrate with a grand opening Oct. 1. For more information, visit Forchtbank.com.

Lexington Diagnostic Center and Open MRI has installed new technology to assist radiologists in detecting prostate cancer. The office is now offering VividLook iCAD's image analysis and review software that can provide a more thorough assessment of the prostate gland. For more information, visit Ldcmri.com.

Rajovich, Williams, Kilpatrick & True has moved to 3151 Beaumont Centre Circle, Suite 375. Web site: Rwktlaw.com. Phone: (859) 245-1059. Fax: (859) 245-1231. Attorneys are Marco M. Rajkovich Jr., John M. Williams, Melanie J. Kilpatrick and Noelle Holladay True.

Ruth Hunt Candy Store at 2313 Woodhill Drive, in the pink building at Woodhill Plaza, has added a post office to the store. The post office offers everything except money orders. Phone: 1-800-927-0302. Web site: Ruthhuntcandy.com.

Superlative Coffee Roasters has opened at 116 Mechanic Street. Phone: (859) 252-5000. Web site: Superlativecoffee.com Hours: 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday through Friday, and Saturdays through October at Lexington Farmers Market.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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