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Minuteman Press in Lafayette is conveniently located at the east end of Lafayette, next door to the 4 Star, Lafayette Park Hotel, with easy access to Hwy 24 east & west bound. We are a one stop shop with over 175 years of combined staff experience and have been servicing the greater Bay Area for over 23 years.
Here at Minuteman Press Lafayette we have all of the latest in Xerox Digital equipment, Heidelberg Presses, a wide array of binding and finishing equipment. We offer the entire printing package from business cards, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, booklets, catalogs, NCR forms to Variable data printing, bulk mailing, mail merge and much, much more. We are confident that we can accommodate all of your printing and copying needs.
Whether you are a small, medium, or larger business we offer incredible quality with outstanding turnaround times. Contact Minuteman Press Lafayette and see why our service sets us apart.
The Lafayette City Council has failed in its attempt to enact a moratorium on rising rents, but will try again.
They say every dog has its day, but here in Lafayette, all dogs get theirs at once during the annual Dogtown Downtown celebration.
A majority on Lafayette city council agree to back a downtown Walgreens Pharmacy in its pursuit of an alcohol license, despite objections from some stakeholders.
The Bentley School, here in Lafayette, will be hosting a panel discussion on the topic of Women in Science and Engineering later this week.
On January 14, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) came to the aid of a woman on Highway 24 in Lafayette, whose baby just would not wait for her to reach the hospital.
Since 2007, Steven and Linda Wight have been trying to get their home construction plans approved and it looks like things are finally starting to move their way.
The Lafayette Library and Learning Center gave the community a big thank you with its Fifth Anniversary Literary Festival earlier this month.
Local businesses come to the Lafayette city council for help in freeing up parking spots for their customers.
Following a state trend, Walnut Creek shoppers will no longer be offered plastic grocery store bags and, should they not bring their own reusable bags, they will have to purchase paper bags for 10 each. Lafayette may follow suit before the end of the year.
Lafayette drivers need to be aware that Contra Costa County law enforcement will not be waiting until Labor Day to intensify their holiday crackdown on impaired drivers.
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