Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The voluntary recall impacts several fertility drugs.
A Waltham fertility pharmacy has issued a voluntary recall on some of its products, according to FOX 25. Village Fertility Pharmacy has issued the recall for: Progesterone Injection Cottonseed Oil 50 MG/ML, Progesterone Injection Olive Oil 50 MG/ML, 100 MG/ML, Progesterone Injection Sesame Oil 50 MG/ML, 100 MG/ML, Progesterone Injection Ethyl Oleate 50 MG/ML, 100 MG/ML and Hydroxy Progesterone Caproate 250 MG/ML. It also affects Compounded Leuprolide Acetate 1MG/.2ML. The drugs are used for women receiving vitro fertilization treatments. The medications were sent to 39 states and 2,100 patients, most of whom live in Massachusetts, according to FOX 25. Patients have not reported any adverse impacts of the medication. The recall was issued …
Thursday, February 21, 2013
What sold on the real estate market this week?
Wondering what other homes sold in Waltham this week? Patch is too, and we're hoping our readers and real estate agents can help us answer the question. Do you know of a home sold in the city this week? If you do, let us know. Here's how: 56 Piedmont Ave., Waltham List Price: $359,000 Sold Price: $342,000 Sold Date: Feb. 15, 2013 Living Area: 1,400 sq. ft. Rooms: 7 Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 full 24 Warren St., Waltham List Price: $449,900 Sold Price: $435,000 Sold Date: Feb. 14, 2013 Living Area: 1,696 sq. ft. Rooms: 6 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 full, 1 half
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Anthony Sankale, of Malden, recently opened a new business on Crescent Street in Waltham.
Anthony Sankale can't help but smile when he talks about his homeland, Kenya. To share his passion, the Malden resident recently opened Mizizi Design on Crescent Street in Waltham out of which he sells hand-made crafts from from his Maasai tribe. "I want this business to grow," Sankale said in a recent interview with Waltham Patch at his store. FOR MORE ON THE NEW STORE, CHECK OUT THE VIDEO TO THE RIGHT. The store is the latest chapter in Sankale's journey to America. Sankale immigrated to the United States in 2005 after he was chosen to receive citizenship through the federal government's immigration lottery, he said. Upon arriving, Sankale worked as a security guard in Boston as well as several HVAC technician jobs. Wanting to share …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Shell station on Totten Pond Road plans to expand.
A Waltham business has proposed expanding its Totten Pond Road gas station to include a convenience store. Steve and John Generoso, who operate the Shell gas station at 511 Totten Pond Road, plans to expand the existing gas station to include a convenience store. The pair is currently running a “snack shop” in the station, but not in accordance with city regulations, according to the their attorney Joseph Connors. Connors presented the plans during the Monday, Jan. 14 City Council meeting. Since the expansion requires the approval of a special permit, the matter was referred to the Rules & Ordianance Committee. No new exterior construction would be performed at the site, Connors said, but the Generosos plan to convert an existing auto …
Monday, January 7, 2013
A Brookline man recently opened a new liquor store on Trapelo Road in Waltham.
Saturday, January 5, 2013
Waltham saw several businesses open and close in 2012 -- what will the Waltham business landscape look like in 2013?
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The new business is located 1030 Main St.
Aspen Dental will open tomorrow, Dec. 20 at the new Main Street Marketplace, according to its website. The national dental services chain joins iParty and Doctors Express, both of which are already open at the new plaza. Five Guys, Chipotle, Supercuts, Massage Envy and Panera Bread also have plans for new locations at the site. Plans for Five Guys, Chipotle and Panera Bread, however, recently hit a snag.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Do you want another Tedeschi store in Waltham?
It appears as though Waltham will soon be home to another Tedeschi's conveinience store. According to city records, Tedeschi has been issued a building permit for 131 Lexington St., the site of the former Hollywood Video. Also, that same permit record appeared in the window of the site on Wednesday, Dec. 5. This would be the city's third Tedeschi. Two other locations are on Moody Street and High Street.
Friday, August 17, 2012
The state is considering bringing back "Happy Hour," to restaurants statewide.
Should Massachusetts bring back "happy hour?" The state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission is holding a hearing in Boston on Aug. 21—one of five across the state—to solicit public feedback on the idea, according to the Boston Herald. The casino bill passed last year requires the ABCC to complete a study by Jan. 31 of whether the state happy hour law, which currently restricts daily or hourly discounts on alcoholic drinks, should be updated or amended. In Waltham, restaurants that serve alcohol would still have to follow a local regulation which requires food be available to patrons, according to city regulations. Also, restaurants serving booze would be required to document that at least 51 percent of their revenue is coming from …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
License commissions has proposed to issue more liquor licenses.
A public hearing to gather citizen input on the proposal to issue more liquor licenses will be held May 14, the City Council announced last night. City Council Robert Waddick during last night's Council meeting that hearing would be held at 7 p.m. at City Hall. Another hearing will be held at a later date. The proposal, if approved, would allow additional liquor licenses to be issued to specific locations the city is looking to develop.