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Duquesne U. Honors John Rangos

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NEW YORK – It’s a rare thing for someone to be honored by a top-notch university. It’s also rare to be honored by his city – or county, or state

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Kate Pappas Kicks off Life With Team USA Soccer Star Kyle Beckerman

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NEW YORK – “Everything happens for a reason,” they say. But it could be God or nature – or just a coincidence. Kate Pappas can’t put her finger on what

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Schools to Get More Greek Yogurt

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ALBANY – The popularity of Greek yogurt - driven by its reputation for good taste and health benefits - is growing across the United States. "A western New York dairy cooperative

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Mistras Group Makes Major Acquisition

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PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ - MISTRAS Group, Inc. (MG), a leading global provider of technology used to evaluate the structural integrity of critical energy, industrial and public infrastructure, has announced the

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Mistras Group Makes Major Acquisition

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PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ - MISTRAS Group, Inc. (MG), a leading global provider of technology used to evaluate the structural integrity of critical energy, industrial and public infrastructure, has announced the

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PA Governor Tom Corbett Talks to TNH and Sets the Record Straight

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HARRISBURG, PA – Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett (R) has a lot to be proud of as his first term winds down. He inherited a budget deficit of $4.2 billion, but

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Greek-Owned Westside Market Set to Open 5th Grocery in New York

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NEW YORK – Greek-American grocers have a long and illustrious history in New York City, most famous of all John Catsimatidis, of the sprawling Gristedes supermarket chain. But Ioannis Zoitas and his wife, Maria, have created a

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AHEPA Protests VOA Decision

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WASHINGTON, DC - The Order of AHEPA is strongly protesting the decision to eliminate the Voice of America's Greek Service. The service officially closed on August 11, 2014. "AHEPA is profoundly

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Menendez Wants VOA's Greek Service Saved

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Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, wants the Voice of America to keep its Greek service going.

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Greek-American Named America's Teen

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Marielle Marlys, a 16-year-old Greek-American high school junior from Wall Township, N.J. has been chosen “America’s National Teenager.”