International Minute Press

International Minute Press
Tower Place Shopping Center (Near Bally's Gym) • 8700 Pineville-Matthews Road • Suite 520
Charlotte, NC 28226
Phone: 704-341-8800 • Fax: 704-889-5546
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  • Print company gets behind Komen Charlotte

    Susan G. Komen Charlotte is set to have a new sponsorInternational Minute Press of Pineville & Uptown Charlotte (IMP).

  • Rock Hill library hosts special events for youngsters

    Several free programs are being offered at the York County Library in Rock Hill, which is just over the border between South and North Carolina, so that residents of Pineville might want to take advantage of these activities.

  • Fish to be focus of pond tour

    The third annual Charlotte Pond Tour will be held by the Piedmont Koi and Watergarden Society this month.

  • New pool facilities coming to Pineville area

    The construction of an aquatic center in Lake Wylie, just a short distance from Pineville, was recently approved by the Clover South Carolina School Board.

  • Fort Mill Museum hosts programs featuring local history

    Several special events are scheduled at the Fort Mill History Museum in Fort Mill, South Carolina, just outside of Pineville.

  • School building and renovation projects on the rise in Clover

    Renovations to Memorial Stadium in the Clover School District in South Carolina are expected to be completed later this month.

  • UNC to provide bike trail from Pineville

    Several factors, including the LYNX Blue Line Extension, an increase in the number of cyclists on city and campus streets, and multiple off-campus housing developments at the University of North Carolina (UNC) Charlotte campus, have lead local leaders to push for improvements in the infrastructure that will connect cyclists throughout the area around the university.

  • Pineville to see new scaled-down store

    The Neighborhood Market concept of Walmart will be expanding into Concord and nearby Pineville.

  • Display highlights World War II

    To help people remember December 7, 1941 as a date which will live in infamy, Jack Clay has provided the Museum of the Waxhaws, which is a short distance from Pineville, with his collection of memorabilia from the war after what is known as Pearl Harbor Day. On that day, Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan and 2,403 people were killed.

  • New tire and auto store to be wheeled out

    Griffin Brothers Tires, Wheels & Auto Repair, with nine locations in North Carolina including one in Pineville, is planning to open a new store in Matthews in the middle of this month.