Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
111 S. Wellwood Ave. • Lindenhurst, NY 11757
Phone: (631) 957-0600 • Fax: (631) 957-9618
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  • Summer twang returns to Copiague

    Preferred Promotions, Ltd will be hosting its annual Bluegrass Festival in Copiague, New York later this month.

  • Old school cars and home up for visiting

    Sagtikos Manor will soon be hosting a special event that brings together people who enjoy old cars and old houses.

  • Summer garden tour opening in West Bay Shore

    Residents of the Lindenhurst area who enjoy old, historic estates are going to be in for a treat this weekend. The curators of Sagtikos Manor are offering tours of the estate's garden area, The Peony.

  • Cars compete in North Babylon

    Gearheads who live near North Babylon, New York are going to be in for a treat this weekend.

  • Kids fair kicks off this month

    Parents or caretakers who live in the Lindenhurst area might want to take the time to visit the 4th Annual All Kids Fair for some classes and resources involving taking care of and entertaining children.

  • Scientific students to fly local flag at LISEF

    A trio of seniors from Babylon High School will represent their school and area in the Intel-level Long Island Science and Engineering Fair (LISEF) set to be held next week.

  • Gabilas knishes are back after fire

    Following the arrival of a new knish machine, Gabilas Knishes are once again able to produce the potato dumpling that made them famous.

  • Lindy wrestling coachs victories recognized with plaque

    A wrestling expert in Lindenhurst has hit a milestone in his work as a high school coach.

  • Mermaids come to Long Island

    Today, Patchogue, New York will be getting a visit from some denizens of the deep.

  • Locals given chance to rev up for new year with a new car

    People in the area looking to sell their vehicle, or pick up a new one at a low price, might want to attend the Auto Auction being held by David R. Maltz and Co., Inc. in Central Islip, New York. The event will feature more than 100 cards being sold at auction. Some of them will be vehicles repossessed by the bank, while others will be consigned from people looking to make some cash for their cars and sell them for a reduced fee.