Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
595 W. Main Street • Norwich, CT 06360
Phone: 860.887.7468 • Fax: 860.887.7376
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The Minuteman Press Difference

We realize that you are trusting us to create products that represent your company image, and we take that responsibility seriously.

We guarantee that we will:

  • Deliver what we promised, for the price we promised, when we promised it.
  • Communicate with you about your job and any changes that occur during production

We pride ourselves on our dependability and the quality of our work.

We are a family owned and operated business, and we are proud to work directly with each of our customers.

We have implemented strict quality-control measures and a work-flow that results in efficient turn-time.

News Center

  • Historic site remodel up for consideration

    A committee the Norwich Community Development Corporation put in charge of the project held a recent meeting to discuss the future of the Reid & Hughes building - a 133-year-old historic site in the city located at 193-201 Main Street.

  • Art workshop brings middle school students together

    Killingly Intermediate School had 70 guest students from Windham Middle School for an art-based workshop on Wednesday.

  • Norwich winter parade makes for a holiday spectacle

    The Winter Festival Parade dazzled the residents of Norwich, Connecticut on Saturday, November 30.

  • Wildcats win over Waterford with 10 men

    The semifinals for the Eastern Connecticut Conference were held last Wednesday, and the main talking point was a confusing issue at the start of the second half.

  • Norwich tourism on the move

    To give people out of town an idea of what there is to do in Norwich, the Chamber of Commerce is hitting the road.

  • Moosup Pond regulations get the thumbs-up

    Moosup Pond's boating regulations have once again been modified, making the second time Plainfield voters at the town meeting have changed the ordinance on vessels. The first time was in May, although it did not make it to the state level because it lacked specifics.

  • Norwich native wins theater award

    Taylor Vargo of Newton High School in Norwich, Connecticut stunned the crowd at the fifth annual National High School Musical Theater awards earlier this week.

  • Ride for Independence comes to aid of guide dogs

    For new motorcyclists and motorcycle lifers alike, the 3rd Annual Ride for Independence is set to be the perfect event to get out of the house and go for a scenic trip across CT.

  • Cultural Survival Bazaar to be held at Pequot Museum

    Mashantucket of New London County will host the Cultural Survival Bazaar this summer, bringing together all sorts of worldly cultures and arts.

  • Norwich public schools to better their student lunches

    Last Wednesday, March 27, students in the Norwich public school system had the opportunity to provide input on their lunches. Normally, parents might not be too enthusiastic about children choosing their own snacks and lunch options, but this experiment was a little bit different.