Rock City Reels Announces Little Falls Drive-In Movie Theatre

Mayor Mark Blask excitedly has announced a new summertime event in Little Falls. “Once we knew we had to cancel many different summer programs, we set out to come up with some alternative for people to safely enjoy. We ended up deciding to build a drive-in movie theatre in the city – welcome to Rock City Reels!” describes Mayor Blask. Located in the Veteran’s Memorial Park Read More →

Little Falls Celebrates its Seniors

June 1, 2020–Little Falls, NY  Mayor Mark Blast posts, “The light poles in Little Falls got much cooler today! The DPW guys are out hanging pictures of all the seniors throughout the city. Awesome teamwork on this between the city and LFHS — thanks to Chet Woody Szymanski and Principal Leeann Dooley for getting this done. This doesn’t give the Class of 2020 back what they lost during this Read More →

LFHS Alumni Network to Migrate!

The Little Falls High School Alumni Network is excited to announce the release of its new and improved, more interactive website coming in July of 2020.  This upgraded version of our site will host several enhanced features to help engage and connect our Alumni in a more meaningful way during a time when this is more important than ever.  Members will be able to post Read More →

A Campaign of Thanks

LF Essentials: Support Those Who Support Us Shared on behalf of Mayor, Mark Blask While most of us are at home during this crisis, there are a lot of people who are out there every day doing their jobs in the face of these uncertain times.  On Monday, April 13th, a new initiative with a mission to thank Little Falls’ essential workers will begin, “Little Falls Read More →

Love for the Community while Social Distancing

Little Falls, NY –On Friday, March 27th, the Little Falls School District administration and teachers hosted a Spirit Drive throughout the streets of Little Falls to celebrate love for the community while social distancing.  The faculty of LFCSD wanted to make sure students knew how much they were missed and that they were looking forward to having them back. In a parade with nearly 100 cars, Read More →

COVID-19 Crisis: A Call for Local Volunteers

March 23, 2020– When Jordyan Mueller of Little Falls started the Little Falls Volunteer Corps (LFVC) months ago, the mission of that group was to replenish and strengthen the ranks of volunteers for the many awesome festivals and events in Little Falls.  However, as the world moves through the uncharted territory that is the COVID-19 pandemic, the Little Falls Volunteer Corps (LFVC) is now pivoting and working Read More →

Little Falls School District selected as “Best in Herkimer County”

Article written by Dave Warner, www.MyLittleFalls.com The Little Falls School District has been selected as the “Best in Herkimer County” by Niche, which is a small team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. According to their website, they are a unique blend of data scientists, engineers, parents, and “yinzers” who are passionate about helping people discover the schools, companies, and neighborhoods that are right for you. Niche Read More →

Little Falls Unveils Relocation/Marketing Website in Time for HGTV Home Town Takeover Submission

Little Falls Unveils Relocation/Marketing Website in Time for HGTV Home Town Takeover Submission

Coach Loiacono Celebrates his 500th Win with Girls Volleyball Win over Sauquoit Valley.

The Southside Walking Tour to Return in 2020

As part of the 2020 Canal Days Celebration, brought back by popular demand for its SEVENTH year is the Southside Walking Tour — a look back into growing up on the Southside (1957-1970). WHAT: The “Tour” will focus on growing up on the Southside from 1957 to 1970 with a theme that this was not “Leave It To Beaver”; “Ozzie and Harriet”, “My Three Sons”; “Donna Read More →

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