Poll – Most Missed Businesses
Certainly one of the constants in life is change. Our jobs change, our lifestyle changes, the environment, and certainly businesses come and go. Some of them are quite surprising when we hear a business has gone bankrupt, or is moving, and Little Falls is no…
Class of 2013 10 Year Reunion Save the Date!
Please reach out to Kimberly Aney (click HERE for her contact information) if you would like to be involved on the Planning Committee. More information to come as available.
Class of 2003 to Celebrate 20 Years
Reach out to classmates: Phil Schoff, Brian Snyder, Nicole Shepardson Geraty or Kate Carpineti Regan for more information. Details to follow!
This Week in History – Week of May 29th
May 29th 1827 An attempt by Judge Sanders Lansing, who represented the Ellice Estate, to write a second charter in 1826 was aborted. Judge Nathaniel Benton drew up a new, less restrictive third charter, in which a majority of trustees must be freeholders. This was…
Little Falls City School District Award!
Congratulations! The NAMM Foundation is proud to recognize our community for the outstanding efforts of teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community leaders who are making music part of a well-rounded education for every child. “We salute the commitment of your community to ensure that every child…
This Week in History – Week of May 22nd
May 22nd 1861 The local press stated “Notwithstanding the hard times, failures and war rumors, our dairymen are hurrying forward their produce.” The streets of Little Falls were crowded with wagons as farmers shipped 1087 boxes of cheese weighing 70,503 pounds at the depot. Farmers…
This Week in History – Week of May 15th
May 15th 1917 The Buffalo Bill travelling show returned to Little Falls even though Buffalo Bill had retired. The show featured Jess Willard the former prize fighter. 2015 Artistic Director Vlad Iftinca and Bellinger Performing Arts presented an “Opera and Broadway Treasures” concert at the…
This Week in History – Week of May 8th
May 8th 1796 Mr. Bethune Dodd was appointed by the Presbytery to preach at the Octagon Church. The previous evening, he stayed at the home of John Porteous. 1895 The cannon boomed and the headlines declared “LITTLE FALLS IS A CITY AT LAST” as the…
This Week in History – Week of May 1st
May 2nd 1892 A freight train of the Central composed of 135 cars passed through Little Falls. It was probably the longest train ever drawn by one engine, being over a mile in length. 1897 A council of the Knights of Columbus was organized in…
Class of 1978’s 45 Year Reunion – SAVE THE DATE
Please click on one of the registration form links below to register for our reunion! DATE: August 11, 2023 LOCATION: Moreland Park, Little Falls, NY TIME: 4PM – 9PM COST: $25.00/person – a P.O. Box (#803) has been set up at the Little Falls Post…
This Week in History – Week of Apr. 24th
Apr. 24th 1833 In the first village census, it was reported Little Falls had 1602 inhabitants of whom 85 were listed as “colored.” 1911 A huge boulder rolled 326 feet down from the Rollway cliffs on the South Side, and plunged through the roof of…
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