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Minuteman Press
595 W. Main Street • Norwich, CT 06360
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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

  • Increase in reserve funds suggested by financial honcho

    Joshua Pothier, comptroller of Norwich, is pushing for the city to save money with the budget this year in case pensions and overtime pay ends up being a monetary responsibility. If extra money goes into reserves, Norwich's long-term bond rating will increase as well.

  • Gas line construction hurries along

    Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) recently compacted 18 months of work into 18 weeks in completing work on North Main Street and other busy roads, it has said

  • Main Street garage repairs up for discussion

    Officials in Norwich are contemplating the restoration of a parking garage on Main Street downtown, arguing that it is an important part of the city's commerce.

  • Parents reigning over playground project

    The Board of Education for the town of Preston, just outside of Norwich, have put aside $28,000 for Preston Veterans' Memorial School playground area. Due to safety precautions, the school's playground needed to be removed.

  • Norwich student keeps NASCAR dreams despite setback

    At the INEX Legend Cars division in mid-May, 18-year-old professional racer Thomas Joseph Thompson placed second, but his luck was out at the Super Saturday Showdown's Speedbowl later in the month.

  • Police complex could feature on new land plot

    According to The Norwich Bulletin, the city has been offered a plot of land to buy to build a complex for public safety and civic departments, including a police station.

  • Norwich school starts baseball season with a victory

    The Norwich Free Academy Wildcats beat the New London Whalers on April 9 with a score of 12-11, giving them a great start to the new season.

  • 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.