Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
595 W. Main Street • Norwich, CT 06360
Phone: 860.887.7468 • Fax: 860.887.7376
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  • Deliver what we promised, for the price we promised, when we promised it.
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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

  • Small town grants mean renovations

    The state of Connecticut has given Jewett City and Lisbon, two towns that border Norwich, grants to fund projects for affordable housing.

  • Healthcare giant snaps up competitor

    On July 3, Aetna disclosed it will buy Humana, its rival health insurance company, for $37bn.

  • Two new firefighters at Norwich

    On May 28th the Norwich Fire department held a ceremony to introduce James Justice and Alex John as their newest members.

  • Mock crash on schedule thanks to mystery donor

    Killingly High School students almost missed out on their annual mock DUI/Distracted Driving accident this year because they lacked the needed automobiles., but an anonymous donor from an emergency response unit in the area gave the school the vehicles.

  • Griswold Center to undergo rebuild

    McCluggage Manor senior citizen residence will have a new neighbor, as Norwich officials plan to erect the new Griswold Senior Center on the next property over.

  • Wheels in motion for Griswold center

    The United Community and Family Services building in Griswold has broken ground, with a ceremony taking place on March 10.

  • Coach celebrates 500 wins in career

    Gary Makowicki, the athletic director of Norwich Free Academy, halted one of the girls recent basketball game to make an announcement.

  • Industrial park tops $500m in revenue

    According to a new property research report, 8% of Norwich jobs last year were with businesses located in the Stanley Israelite Business Park. These firms also brought in revenue of more than $520m

  • Ideas exchanged over new community center

    The Norwich city council recently elected a committee to analyze the expenses of a new community center, and where it could possibly be built.

  • 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.