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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 communities of Walnut Creek and Concord each will be hosting their own Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving.
Almost three dozen California schools were recognized recently as Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education, and one Lafayette school was on the list.
Lafayettes two-day annual festival celebrating art, wine and music is promising to be even better this year than in previous years, as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.
The Deer Hill home development has recently received the green light from Lafayette City Council, despite some protests from affordable housing advocates.
Five area Rotary clubs are joining forces to host a free concert, dubbed Operation Swingtime, to honor all of our veterans and active duty military personnel.
As a result of digging that resulted in a ruptured natural gas line, an order was sent out to local resident to shelter in place.
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.
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