Fire Ravaged Church Reopens

- January 9, 2004

NEW YORK. – One year after a fire destroyed the Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, members of the parish […]

U.S. and Greek Teens Are Fattest, Study Says

- January 9, 2004

CHICAGO (AP)*#8211;Teenagers in the United States and Greece have higher rates of obesity than those in 13 other industrialized countries, including France and Germany, a […]

10,000 Gather in Tarpon Springs for Epiphany

- January 9, 2004

TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. *#8211; Thousands of people from all parts of the country came to Spring Bayou last Tuesday to celebrate the Epiphany. The ceremonies […]

St. Basil Academy Academy Closed

- January 9, 2004

30 *#8216;troubled*#8217; children may be displacedNEW YORK.-St. Basil*#8217;s Academy in Garrison, New York, the Archdiocesan home for needy children, has been denied a state license […]

Simitis Resigns Party Leadership

- January 9, 2004

Calls for early elections, appoints U.S.-born replacementATHENS, Greece (AP) – Premier Costas Simitis asked Wednesday for early elections in March in a gambit to boost […]

Pro-E.U. Official to Lead Turkish Cyprus

- January 8, 2004

ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) *#8212;Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash on Monday appointed the leader of a pro-European Union party to form the next government in the […]

Greece Sends Earthquake Rescuers to Iran

- January 8, 2004

ATHENS, Greece (AP) *#8211; In a show of global unity, governments around the world rushed hundreds of medical experts, rescue teams, and water-purification systems to […]