Campaign activities will be prohibited from being conducted at least 600 feet from a polling station on election day, under a Senate bill introduced yesterday and sponsored by Sens.
As part of a yearly tradition for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the Nuuuli II Ward is hosting its camp to prepare for the LDS conference scheduled to be held this Sunday.
Today, Filifilia and I stand before you, to greet you on this new morning in our lives. It is also a new morning in the history of Samoa.
The Guam Department of Corrections is investigating whether drones have been used to smuggle contraband into prisons after one was found at its main facility.
Mariah Limala'u Rae Naea's story is inspiring and definitely worthy of being shared.
The Department of Port Administration is looking to host a public hearing to be held early next month, seeking public input on the “test rates” for Manu’a cargo, as lawmakers from the island group
The Petesa CCCAS Youth Choir on stage singing the US and American Samoa national anthems during yesterday’s official opening of the 104th Annual Conference for the Association of Pacific Ports (APP
O le iloiloga a le Komiti o le Puipuiga o le Saogalemu Lautele a le maota o sui, ma le Fa’atonusili o le Matagaluega o le Puipuiga o le Saogalemu Fa’alotoifale a le malo i le taeao ananafi, na fa’a
O le taeao ananafi na tatala aloaia ai le fonotaga lona 104 a Pulega o Uafu ma Taulaga o lo’o ua aofia ai le Pasefika i a latou ala o tautua fa’avaomalo ma o le lona 104 lea o nei fonotaga, lea o l
O le iloiloga sa faia a le Komiti o Aoga a le Senate ma sui o le Matagaluega o Aoga a le malo i le taeao ananafi, na manino ai i saunoaga a molimau le leai o se ripoti a le Ofisa o Leoleo fa’asaga