Human remains found in a Florida park on Wednesday are those of Brian Laundrie, the fiancé of murdered blogger Gabby Petito, the FBI says. The body of Laundrie, who had been missing for over a month, was identified using dental...
The University of West Attica, one of Athens' premiere educational institutions, offered an honorary doctorate to Greek-American Congressman Gus Bilirakis at a ceremony in the Greek capital on Tuesday. "It was a tremendous honor to get the honorary doctorate. It...
Former US President Donald Trump has asked a Florida court on Friday to mandate that Twitter restore his social media account. In the court document, Trump asked a District Court judge for the Southern District of Florida for a preliminary...
Saint Michael's Shrine, at 113 Hope St. in Tarpon Springs, Florida, is a place where faithful have reported miracles taking place for decades now. It was built more than 80 years ago to fulfil the promise an ill 11-year-old...
The sudden collapse of the Champlain Towers' South Tower in Surfside, a small town north of Miami Beach in Miami-Dade County, has currently left eleven dead and 150 people unaccounted for, with numbers fluctuating each day since the tragedy...
99 people are still unaccounted for after a residential condo in Surfside--a town located on the Miami Beach strip--partially collapsed around 1:24 A.M. this morning. Half of the 12-story building facing the ocean caved in on itself, leaving a...
The first Greek person to ever set foot in America was a man named Theodoros Griego, and he arrived in the country in 1528.
Tarpon Springs, Florida will light up the facade of its Cultural Center this week to commemorate the Greek War of Independence.
Incredibly, the very first wooden schoolhouse in the United States which is still standing was operated by Greek immigrants.
The iconic Greek-American town of Tarpon Springs, Florida, now distills its very own Ouzo, named "Papous Ouzo."
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