■ Berkshire Trains & Vintage Toys has moved back to its original location, near the train tracks at 209 Rosemont Garden. Berkshire Trains specializes in model railroading. In addition, it is a factory-certified Lionel warranty center and MTH trains service center. The store also buys pre-owned model trains and services all train models. Phone: (859) 243-0099. Web site: Berkshiretrains.com/home.html.
■ The Kentucky Career Center, 2028 Merrick Drive, Richmond held an official dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new building on May 29. The new facility has an employer interview room, training classrooms with computers and an expanded conference room. At 9,648 square feet, the facility provides more space for services to customers than at the former location on Keeneland Drive.
To access services of the Kentucky Career Center, go to Kentuckycareercenter.com. Follow the Kentucky Career Center on Twitter at Twitter.com/KYCareerCenter and on Facebook at Facebook.com/KYCareerCenter.
■ Lice Clinics of America — Lexington has opened at 1795 Alysheba Way, No. 7204. It provides screening, diagnosis and treatment options for people infested with head lice. The clinic is staffed by certified operators of the AirAllé device, an FDA-cleared medical device that kills head lice and lice eggs using heated air only. The clinic is owned by Judy Hayden, a licensed cosmetologist, and is open daily by appointment only. AirAllé treatments take about an hour and come with a 30-day guarantee. Phone: (859) 523-4813. Website: Lcalexington.com.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo