Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
23-51 Fair Lawn Avenue • Fair Lawn, New Jersey 07410
Phone: 201-791-0550 • Fax: 201-791-1456
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  • Farms still busy in Bergen County

    Many farms and markets in the Fair Lawn area are still in operation during the month of November for fall activities and products.

  • Axis partners with two companies to promote products

    Siku, a company headquartered in Fair Lawn that produces millimeter wave radio, recently announced that it has partnered with Axis Communications of North America.

  • Paramus mall boasts new stores and fashion

    Michael Kors Men, The North Face, and Timberland will be opening stores at the Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus by the end of this month.

  • Restaurant construction to begin at Teterboro Landing

    Teterboro Landing, a 540,000 sq. ft mixed-use development near Fair Lawn, is set to enter its final stage of construction this fall.

  • Outdoor yoga classes to benefit Fair Lawn farm museum

    Bloom Yoga and Garretson Forge & Farm in Fair Lawn will be teaming up to present monthly yoga classes, with proceeds of the classes going to Garretson Forge.

  • Music awards presented to Fair Lawn school

    Fair Lawn High School recently received three awards at the 2015 Metropolitan High School Theatre Awards program held on June 1 for its production of A Man Of No Importance.

  • Family-owned supermarket expands New Jersey locations

    ShopRite, a supermarket chain owned and operated by the Inserra family, will be opening a new store in Wallington, a short distance from Fair Lawn, in the Wallington Plaza Shopping Center.

  • Superman returns to Earth in Fair Lawn

    The Old Library Theatre, the resident theater company of the Fair Lawn Recreation Department, will be presenting the musical comedy, It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman! later this month.

  • Celebrated circus star to perform with rescue pets

    The Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, a short distance west of Fair Lawn, will be the host to the Popovich Pet Theater later this month with a family show featuring rescue dogs, cats, geese, parrots, and mice.

  • Campaign brings books to disadvantaged children

    The annual Books in a Bag campaign, held by the Business Volunteer Council of the Volunteer Center of Bergen County and designed to provide access to books for low-income families, is underway and running for the rest of the month.