by Kevin Litten   A Baltimore developer is planning two new projects for the city's Little Italy neighborhood that he envisions as a hearkening back to the neighborhood's Old World roots and would include a condominium tower built to resemble the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Jeff Goolst owns six rowhomes between 505 and 515 Albemarle St. that he...

"I wanted to do a cool neighborhood event that brought the neighbors together," said Joe Gardella, proprietor of Joe Benny's Focacceria about the January 8 Little Italy Meatball Fest at the Little Italy Lodge. "Little Italy is such an awesome place. I love it. What better piece of Italian food than the meatball? Everyone has their own meatball stor...

Saturday, August 17 - 12 noon to 8 pmSunday, August 17-18 - 11 am to 7 pmalong Stiles & Exeter Streets   Festival Needs:VOLUNTEERS! Volunteers volunteers volunteers! To work stands, to prepare food M/T/W before festival, to setup and break down Sunday eve and Monday morn. Call Sue 410-321-7765 or [email protected]! Book...

Promotion Center for Little Italy Baltimore welcomes GIANNI ANDRACCHIO as its new board president. Benvenuto Gianni! He has already been planning and brainstorming as to how to grow our nonprofit organization as we continue the mission of promoting Little Italy. "I'm excited to get started," he said.   Gianni is first generation Italian as t...

Several offers from out of town developers have been submitted to purchase a block in Little Italy that is expected to fetch about $12 million, the real estate representative for property owners in the historic Baltimore neighborhood said Tuesday. Joe Scalia, an attorney and real estate broker who lives in Little Italy, said he has received severa...