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The Minuteman Press in Wheeling is a family operated business since 1989. We are known for giving our customers the complete attention to every detail of their projects and take pride in the quality and workmanship we deliver to them.
We have the knowledge, tools and experience to answer any printing questions. We offer free on-site consultations and free estimates, reliable, on-time and competitive pricing backed by our personal commitment to your satisfaction.
Easy reordering. We keep your artwork on file and a computer record of your orders. A quick phone call, fax or email is all that’s needed to reorder an item.
From your rough draft to the finished piece, Minuteman Press has the staff of professionals capable of getting your job done the way you want it, when you need it. Our professional staff can help you with the design or we can print from your electronic files. From concept to completion, your job will be handled with the quality you expect and the service you deserve.
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The Wheeling Police Department has acted to make it easier and safer for people to transact business with others whom they don't know personally.
Journeys, a local organization that helps the homeless, received a $1,500 donation from Wheeling High School students recently.
Wheeling will soon be home to a new warehouse to be built by the Woodridge firm of Morgan/Harbour.
According to the Wheeling Police Department, residents will soon be able to text for help, rather than having to call 911.
Members of Wheelings village board have unanimously agreed to approve construction of the Wheeling Town Center, a mixed-use development that could be finished by Summer 2018.
Boston Fish Market will open in the space formerly occupied by Pete Millers Steak House in Wheeling, according to a recent article in the Daily Herald.
According to an article in the Daily Herald, state, municipal, business and national leaders met this month in Wheeling for the quarterly membership luncheon of the Wheeling/Prospect Heights Area Chamber of Commerce.
Suncheon, South Korea's deputy mayor, Jae Young Cheon, visited Wheeling on August 8 to discuss setting up exchange programs between the two cities' school systems.
The Village of Wheeling recently teamed up with the City of Prospect Heights and the Chicago Executive Airport for an unusual festivalthe Rock 'n' Run the Runway event.
Over 500 volunteers from the Business Technology Department of Discover Financial Services, a company based in Riverwoods, worked to give Jack London Middle School and Eugene Field Elementary School, both within the Wheeling Township Elementary District 21 in Wheeling, makeovers. They worked both inside and out to make sure the facilities were ready for students, who will be returning to school this August.
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